December 2017 Table of Contents
From simple to technical and from inexpensive to plush, these ideas make for a great present for anyone on your list.
From new national leaders to making air travel better to moving a paralyzed limb with a thought, this year has provided many amazing and noteworthy moments.
Paralyzed Veterans of America members, along with other military veterans, learned just how invigorating and memorable the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto could be.
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This month, let’s honor those we’ve lost, emulate the value they brought and carry it into 2018.
S’NS is the nation’s premier publication for wheelchair sports and recreation.
After a very busy year on Capitol Hill, it’s important to reflect on the advocacy work of the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) Government Relations team in 2017.
There’s a magical moment for every new child when he or she takes those first wobbly steps in life. It’s a transcending experience.
Sleep issues have become an epidemic, with 50 million to 70 million U.S. adults having a diagnosed sleep disorder, according to the American Sleep Association.
A new online tool launched by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) earlier this year is providing veterans with data to help them make informed decisions about their health care and more.
Those words have been immortalized by Charles Dickens in his famous book A Christmas Carol.