An army vet and his wife are considering to get a divorce to pay for their daughter's health expenses. The couple's 6-year-old daughter is suffering from Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome, which requires the child to need 24-hour care.
Public Health July 11, 2018
Lucas Warren, the new face of baby food company Gerber, is about to change how the world views disabilities. All he needs to do is flash his charming smile.
Public Health February 10, 2018
'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe' is a solid game for everyone, and by everyone, that means people with disabilities, too. A little girl who suffered a stroke was even able to play it thanks to Smart Steering and Auto-Accelerate features.
Video Games May 1, 2017
Older adults who regularly engage in physical exercise, especially walking, are most likely to recover quickly from a disability, a new study suggests. Researchers say it is not too late for seniors to begin exercising.
Healthy Living/Wellness September 27, 2016
Wearing earplugs to loud concerts or night clubs, albeit not so cool, can considerably prevent temporary noise-induced hearing loss which is rising prevalently in young adults.
Life April 13, 2016
A new study found that women are outliving men, but these extra years are spent with disabilities.
Life March 18, 2016
A multi-talented student who lost both her legs to a rare disease has begun forging her own modeling career. She is campaigning for the representation of people with disabilities in the modeling industry as part of Models of Diversity.
Society February 29, 2016
The project, undertaken by the University of Wisconsin-Madison and funded by the federal government, would automatically format any device to the user's needs and preferences.
Internet October 27, 2015
Swedish Mobility products company Permobil is developing a smart wheelchair that works with the Internet of Things.
FUTURE TECH September 16, 2015
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analyzed data from a national survey to determine the prevalence of individuals with disabilities and any form of disability. The researchers found that one in five Americans have some form of disability.
Life July 31, 2015
On her 8th birthday on Aug. 16, Addie Bryan is planning to give a check to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital as her way of giving back to those who cared for her when she was diagnosed with Larsen syndrome. She has raised more than $15,000 so far.
Life July 31, 2015
Massachusetts' Attorney General is questioning Uber and Lyft's ability to extend services to people with disabilities. No formal actions have been started but concerns are continuously rising.
Business July 21, 2015
Sony has an upcoming firmware update in the works for the PlayStation 4 that could make gaming more accessible for players with disabilities.
Video Games March 12, 2015
Smiley, a golden retriever who was born without eyes, is not hindered by its disability to cheer people up in nursing homes and hospitals.
Life March 12, 2015
It's not easy living among people that don't communicate the same way you do. That's why this heartwarming video is sure to bring you to tears.
Internet Culture March 11, 2015
Europe's top court ruled that obesity can be considered a disability when this hinders a person from performing tasks at work, a decision tied with a number of workplace implications.
Life December 19, 2014
Samsung's Eyecan+ technology allows people with disability to navigate computer screens using only their eyes. The company also said that it will be making the technology open source.
Computers November 27, 2014
Researchers at MIT have developed a device that, when worn, gives the user two extra fingers to increase efficiency and easiness of routine tasks that involving basic objects. Study aims to create device for disabled and elderly people.
July 20, 2014
Researchers from Georgia Tech used a robot and Angry Birds on an Android tablet for the rehabilitation of developmentally challenged children.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 11, 2014
Seniors who do not want to easily lose their ability to walk should engage in regular exercise. Researchers found that older adults who are physically active are less likely to have mobility problems than their peers with a more sedentary lifestyle.
Life May 29, 2014
A vaccine to help protect people from the deadly meningitis B has been tagged by the FDA as a breakthrough therapy. See what's next for the meningitis vaccine.
Life April 8, 2014
For adults over 60, sitting down may not be the innocent rest one might think. Sitting down frequently and for extended periods of time, sometimes called sitting disease, may cause disability as a direct result of sedentary habits.
Life February 19, 2014