Posts Tagged 'life'

A Year in Review

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As the end of the year brings forth a new year, we should all take this opportunity to think about how this year has been. Has it turned out the way you wanted? Did you get to accomplish every goal that you set? Did you even set any goals?

Posted by Bob Lujano Jan 01, 2016 Posted in Disability No Comments

Why So SAD?

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to season changes.  It can affect anyone however it is more common in Women 15 to 55 years of age.   The risk of getting a first diagnosis of SAD will decrease as you age.   SAD can also carry the name of Winter Depression or Seasonal Depression. 

Posted by Windy Wills Dec 25, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

Tis’ the Season to be…

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At this time of the year as we look to buys gifts and decide who has been naughty and who has been nice. Let’s not forget to check ourselves.

Posted by Bob Lujano Dec 23, 2015 Posted in Disability No Comments

Change Coming to College Wheelchair Basketball

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I hope this finds you well and that you are enjoying this holiday season. It has been a while since I posted, as I have been busy with work and completing another semester of graduate school.

Posted by Phillip Crain Dec 17, 2015 Posted in Disability 2 Comments

The benefits of handcycling!

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Cycling is fast becoming an exercise of choice for many people all over the world for a number of reasons. It is not only a preferred method of exercising your upper and lower limbs but it is also a form of recreation for many people. In addition to that, it is also a method of transportation for a number of people all over the world.

Posted by Charles Ingram Dec 15, 2015 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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December 10th is Human Rights Day, the annual recognition of the 1948 adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations. As one of the core documents of the UN – among other things, it defines basic things like “human rights” that are frequently referenced elsewhere – the UDHR remains one of the most important documents in the world.

Posted by Mark Kirkpatrick Dec 10, 2015 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Why Benefits Are Denied

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Being diagnosed with a disability can be stressful and frightening as well. There are many health and life issues to deal with, it can be  multiplied by the financial worries that often accompany people with a disability especially if it prevents you from continuing your job.

Posted by Rachel Oliver Dec 09, 2015 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Nutrition During The Holiday Season

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Its tricky sticking to your healthy eating plan over the holiday season, especially when the treats are so readily available on the counter.  With so many temptations to gorge on cookie trays and reasons to skip exercise routines, how on earth will you ever stay motivated to stick to your plan this winter? 

Posted by Rebecca Cline Dec 07, 2015 Posted in Disability No Comments

November: National Family Caregivers Month

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A couple winters ago, it was time for Nonno (“grandfather” in Italian) to have his back surgery.  So we took him for the procedure; unfortunately, the surgery did not go as well as planned, and Nonno suffered a malicious spinal cord injury.  Now paralyzed from the waist down, Nonno had to adjust and transition into the wheelchair life.

Posted by Rebecca Cline Nov 25, 2015 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Diabetes Care Better Now

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Over the years, diabetes care has become relatively easier. Thanks to the newer technology, which allows advancement in the diabetes medical field, diabetic patients today are in better positions than diabetic patients in the 1980s and 1990s. Things are definitely looking better now for diabetics.

Posted by Arjay Miller Nov 23, 2015 Posted in Disability 2 Comments