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Protect Your Health Information

Protect Your Health Information

Research from Michigan State University (MSU) and Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is the first to uncover the specific data leaked ...

Ways to Prevent Caregiver Burnout

The demands of being a caregiver for a loved one can take their toll without the right outlets and coping ...
House Calls May Not Be a Thing of the Past for People With Limited Mobility

House Calls May Not Be a Thing of the Past for People With Limited Mobility

For some amputees, severe mobility restriction is a short- or long-term problem. When experiencing this problem, they may not be ...

NEWS ARCHIVE

COVID-19 Q&A: Hand-washing Hacks of Upper-limb Amputees

COVID-19 Q&A: Hand-washing Hacks of Upper-limb Amputees

Before the pandemic, most of us didn't have a fully considered hand-washing strategy—or a poorly considered one, for that matter ...
Telehealth Case Study: Sheila's New Foot

Telehealth Case Study: Sheila’s New Foot

Rural Iowa is gorgeous. But when you need to see a prosthetist to adjust your new high-tech foot, and you ...

Instagram Amputees: Jack Thomas

Many musicians have twice as many arms but not even a tenth of Jack Thomas's emotional range. This amputee reminded ...
Going the Distance on Social Distance

Going the Distance on Social Distance

Sometimes it feels like we've been living in quarantine forever. To put things in perspective, we rounded up a few ...
COVID-19 Q+A: How will the pandemic affect employment for amputees?

COVID-19 Q+A: How will the pandemic affect employment for amputees?

The pandemic is pushing all of us, able-bodied or not, into unfamiliar territory—but that's often where new opportunities lie, John ...

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