Wednesday, May 22, 2024

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Mother of girl who ran over Bloomington boy order to pay $1M

BLOOMINGTON -- A Bloomington mother convicted of child endangerment for allowing her daughter to drive without a license was ordered to serve one day...

‘He’s every kid’s hero’

WALLED LAKE – From great adversity, heroes can emerge. They then can inspire and lead others to become more than they ever imagined. Walled...

Breathing Device For Spinal Injuries

Surviving a spinal cord injury is something to be thankful for, but it's still devastating. For one New Yorker, an accident changed his life forever...

Freshman takes spinal cord injury in stride

Brooke Rallis came to the University of New Hampshire in high hopes of being considered an equal among the thousands of freshmen. Standing at 5...

Tackling spinal cord injuries

Dr. Ragnarsson is a physiatrist (specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation) and professor and chairman of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Mount Sinai....

Whatever happened to: Travis Roy

Eleven seconds was all it took to change Travis Roy’s life. As a freshman at Boston University in 1995, Roy lived his dream of playing...

Putting a face on the stem cell argument

SOMETIME SOON, perhaps even this week, President Barack Obama is expected to lift federal regulations on the use of embryonic stem cells in medical...

Light revival

Researchers are discovering how light can manipulate the nervous system A FEW years ago researchers found a way to create a remotely controlled on-off switch...

Ex-Kwantlen student launches paper while coping with spinal-cord injury

Starting a student newspaper is a challenge under the best of circumstances. Doing this while partially paralyzed takes it to a whole new level. These...

Warnings about stem cell therapy tourism

MARK COLVIN: Australian scientists are worried about what they describe as a growing industry of stem cell tourism. More and more people suffering spinal cord...