Posts Tagged 'paralysis'

Scuba Diving Study for Veterans with Paralysis

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There’s a new research study on scuba diving and people with disabilities. The pilot study will take place in the Cayman Islands; and will conduct trials on 10 veterans with paralysis. The goal is to measure the neurological, psychological and pulmonary effects of scuba diving. The research process will include testing, evaluation, and data gathering to scientifically measure the efficacy of scuba diving as an activity-based therapy that benefits people with disabilities.

Posted by Jenny Carlton May 23, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

The Quick Zip

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Ever have trouble with jacket zippers? I do … depending on which jacket. Interestingly, not all jacket zippers are created equal – some zippers are easier to zip than others.  And, the reason probably because there are several dozens of different zipper manufactures.

Posted by Jenny Carlton Feb 11, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized 7 Comments