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Monthly Archives: September 2006

Firefighters, family join to help paralyzed teen

Volunteers double size of Cottage Hill home It was a summer day at Pensacola Beach spent with family and friends. Cory Jackson dashed across the sand, dived head-first into the Gulf of Mexico and...

‘I will walk again’

DAP chairman Karpal Singh has been wheelchair-bound since an auto accident last January. During his hospitalisation, he and his family downplayed the severity of his injuries. For the first time, he tells CHIN MUI...

In search of the perfect stem cell medium at Davis

Last month the UC Davis Health System trumpeted the recruitment of top faculty for its "state-of-the-art stem cell research facilities" in Sacramento, but Davis chemist Jennifer Cash hadn't gotten the news. She hadn't heard...

Paralysis can’t ground aviator

He returns to flying not long after road accident, will race in Nev. event AVIATOR RETURNS AFTER WRECK Steve Griff never gave up hope when a trucker barreled into the back of his Chevy Silverado...

New Lift Now

Ricky James, paralyzed at 16 in an amateur competition, is back on his bike, riding, even if the thought of it makes his parents squirm. The temperature seemed to rise by the minute at the...

Positive Thinking Day September 13

Dayton, OH (PRWEB) September 5, 2006 -– ipopin.com (http://www.ipopin.com) is celebrating Positive Thinking Day September 13, 2006 in order to raise awareness of the benefits of positive thinking. The website is raising money for...

2-1/2 seconds – time to prevent a major life change

Two and a half seconds. That's the amount of time that many people wish they could take back. It's the time it takes to fasten a safety belt. Deciding not to fasten a safety belt,...

Spinal device easing agony

'Like a buzzing': 250 Utahns have taken advantage of the implanted stimulator Joshua Taylor spent half of his senior year in high school restricted to his bed or the couch, missing out on socializing, classes...

Breakers in every sense of word

DOWNSTATE — Two summers ago, Josh Basile was standing in the ocean at Bethany Beach when a wave sent him flying head first into the hard, wet sand below. He didn’t walk away with a...

Inside Out | Grateful for an infection? In a way, yes

I knew there was no cure for my paralysis. Nor was there any hope for my baldness. But this was an infectious-disease doctor on the other end of the line, and he was calling...