February 2002 Table of Contents
Perimenopause: What is it? Does SCI impact women who have it?
When your kidneys are shutting down, what are your choices?
Volunteer Janice Horton found a new "career" working with Summit Assistance Dogs.
A welcome helping hand for eligible college students.
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Also in this issue:
PN Editor Cliff Crase notes that while people with disabilities should not passively accept their lot in life, in some cases decreeing equality does more harm than good.
How men can be better lovers.
A few "bridges" that can help people feel more comfortable about approaching someone in a wheelchair.
Could scalp acupuncture help you find relief from pain?
So you got a PC for Christmas. Now what?
A new tax law increases your opportunities to save.
How to be prepared in case of a hotel fire, where to find travel information on the Internet, and who to contact to arrange an African adventure.
Wheelchair caster options, a roll-up ramp, and new technology that increases the performance and life span of wheelchair and scooter batteries.
Two men who have found confidence and fulfillment through the power of work.
How will Social Security reform impact you?
How to find the right architect for your project.
A look at two Olympic torchbearers, some Bass Trail changes, and a golf forum.
Info on anxiety levels post-9/11, an assistive technology award, a guide to visiting private gardens, a group looking for parents with disabilities, a project to include people with disabilities in national and community service, a court ruling on prisoners' rights, three grants for women's studies, and a report on gender and disability.