October 2013 Table of Contents
Eating right and staying healthy starts at the grocery store.
A group of veterans and wounded warriors took on one of the top sailing events on the East Coast.
The National Veterans Wheelchair Games don't happen without thousands of volunteers coming together to help.
People with spinal-cord injuries find job opportunities, information and career networking on the Internet.
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It gives me great pleasure to see that once again there is a sense of patriotism and support.
My injury in service to my country took a lot of things from me. What it didn't take is the pride I have in living in the greatest nation on earth.
Thinking ahead and having a plan ready to go when heading for a safe location is a must.
Whether you provide detailed instructions through a letter stored in a deposit box or you use one of the many available services, it’s important to think about your digital life when trying to plan for the unexpected.
Paralyzed Veterans of America Executive Committee elected at August national convention.
VA reports 20 percent drop in the number of backlogged claims from a peak that was hit around April.
New law puts those who have been injured while serving on the airport security fast track.
Twenty countries to share information in advancing disability rights.
MobilityWorks acquisition expands its services to consumers and businesses.
A progressive disease like multiple sclerosis can drag a person through the grief process again and again.
Although the emergence of countless electronic devices has transformed our lives, we’re now immersed within an electromagnetic cloud.
Many factors should be taken into consideration as you decide when to retire.
New book helps people with SCI take control of their associated complications by adjusting daily diets.
Synthetic Cannabis/marijuana derivative does not slow multiple sclerosis progression.
ALS Association receives research grants supporting 35 new projects.
Drug appears to preserve motor function for persons with cervical injuries.
Following cancellation caused by Hurricane Sandy, New York City Marathon competitors looking forward to this year's event.
Army vets Ce-Ce Mazyck, Scot Severn and Scott Winkler lead Team USA at IPC Athletics World Championships.
Wounded Warrior Battalion and PVA Cal-Diego compete in air rifle/pistol event in San Diego.
Curbless shower is key feature for accessible and life span living.
Information is provided for veterans regarding multiple sclerosis benefits.
The person who treats his spouse purely as a caregiver will eventually end up with just a caregiver for a wife and exist in an emotionless marriage.