January 2014 Table of Contents
Eating healthy is important, but not all diets are created equal, especially when it comes to SCI.
The National Veterans Creative Arts Festival provides much more to vets than a place to showcase their talents.
Who will be elected to help lead PVA and continue its mission to assist veterans and others with SCI/D?
Spinal-cord injuries don’t stop adults from winter sports activities.
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It's not too late to commit to doing something positive.
Far from the truth: The quality of care veterans receive is the same at all VA SCI centers.
SCI patients need to know their own bodies and where to go for patient care.
PVA Poster and Essay Contest winners are announced.
Marine veteran relates his transition back into the workforce.
PVA and Yale University celebrate 25-year partnership.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers honor Ben Ritter.
Author relates her fight against depression and post traumatic stress disorder.
Indego exoskeleton design is Breakthrough Innovator Award winner.
New DOT rules should make travel easier for the disabled.
Prosthetic bladder should restore some function for people with SCI.
Students can get degree in disability studies.
Central Florida PVA benefits from estate of Ginger Ann Rawley.
Discussion: Motorola claim falls short and iBot service is limited.
Mobi Electric Folding Wheelchair reportedly developed with the older wheelchair user in mind.
Pensacola has friendly beaches and rich history.
Car accident leaves teenager paralyzed.
Where SCI research dollars should be spent is examined.
PVA Racing team member takes top spot at Army and Marine events.
University of Illinois senior wins four major marathons in a year.
International Paralympic Committee looks at sports lineup for 2020 Games.
Dennis Palmer wins first event in billiards series.
PVA is disabled veterans working for disabled veterans.
Not everyone had a joyous New Year.