December 2001 Table of Contents
Today's state-of-the-art standers can provide strength and mobility for a wide range of users. Here's what's available and where to find it.
This first of four articles takes a close-up-and-personal look at renal function and failure—and the therapeutic options.
Under no circumstances will the author ever refer to MS as Master Sclerosis!
Like thousands of New York-area businesses and individuals, Eastern PVA and its staff needed to find a way to help the rescue effort following the terrorist attacks.
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PN Editor Cliff Crase notes that finally a memorial will honor America?s 2.3 million veterans who became disabled for life while defending their country?s freedom.
Many gadgets and gizmos claim to make short work of food preparation, but before you load up your kitchen with useless tools, ask yourself these questions?
Cost assistance for qualified adaptive equipment on eligible Toyota and Lexus vehicles.
Meet the wheeler whose ideas literally are ?floating around in space.?
The smart way start saving for your kids? (or grandkids?) college educations.
Accessibility is a given on this cruise and at these accommodations in Germany and Montana.
Getting back to basics.
When faced with life?s tragedies, do you emerge with lemons or lemonade?
Precautions that help prevent the spread of infections, at home and in the hospital.
The national Multiple Sclerosis society spent nearly $30 million this year to support research programs. Here?s a glimpse at few of them.
Some good news about flying, and an encouraging lawsuit settlement.
Check out these online resources.
If you recently experienced a significant physical disability, you are about to embark on a journey that has been well-traveled.