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Monthly Archives: August 2006

Skin Deep: Imaging Technologies May Detect Pressure Ulcers

Skin Deep: Imaging Technologies May Detect Pressure Ulcers And Deep-tissue Injuries That Healthcare Workers May Miss For people with impaired mobility and reduced ability to...

Playing a game with a head tracker

This video shows how it is possible to play a game with a headtracker.

T.O. veteran earns medals

Thad Taft, a 75-year-old disabled U.S. Air Force veteran from Thousand Oaks, received two gold medals at the 26th annual National Veterans Wheelchair Games,...

$1.4 million in refunds urged

Charity raffle under scrutiny | Officials allege proceeds were spent for personal use. A new lawsuit has been filed after a spinal cord injury research...

QUADRIPLEGIC MOM WALKS: After gymnastics move goes wrong, a remarkable recovery

RANDOLPH - As a child, Diane Niles loved doing cartwheels. She found them easy - up and over. So when her 12-year-old daughter, Ashley,...

Green light for stem cell program

SAN FRANCISCO — California's stem cell agency last week approved a four-year, $151 million grant program focused solely on human embryonic stem cell research...

I hoped I’d be able to walk, says scam victim

Wheelchair-bound Justine Asher forked out R120 000 on what she believed was a "miracle" stem-cell cure that would allow her to walk again -...

Slippery-slope concerns are valid

JUST when you think the debate over embryonic stem cells can't get any more degraded, an outfit called the Campaign to Defend the Constitution...

Little by little, stem-cell supporters gaining ground

When Bernie Siegel started pushing for stem-cell research three years ago, the tide was moving decidedly in the other direction. Laws were being proposed to...

cotton to the core Jim MacLaren

When ex-football and lacrosse star Jim MacLaren graduated from Yale a little more than 20 years ago, he thought life's plan for him was...