Posts Tagged 'Technology'

2015: Top 10 Global Health Issues

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Many non-profit organizations across the globe are trying their best to work against many deadly diseases. At the beginning of 2014, global health community (GHC) was focused to fight against the diseases like family planning, HIV, maternal health, etc. At that time, no one had thought that, Ebola would take up the entire limelight, pushing others on the side.

Posted by Alice Mason May 21, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized 4 Comments

This is the day…

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Monday April 6th is the second annual International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. It was created by the United Nations General Assembly to promote the importance of sports world-wide.

Posted by Bob Lujano Apr 07, 2015 Posted in Disability No Comments

Super Bowl Commercials

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I am sure that you were one of the 114 million people that watched the Super Bowl. If not, it’s OK, it will happen again next year around the same time. What may also be around or not are some of the commercials that featured people with disabilities.

Posted by Bob Lujano Feb 04, 2015 Posted in Disability No Comments

Options for Back Pain

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It is the most obvious fact that anyone struggling with a back pain for any course of time thinks that spine surgery is the one and only treatment option. But in fact, there are many different types of non-surgical treatments too that can help in reducing majority of the back problems. These non-surgical treatments are also referred as non-surgical or conservative therapies.

Posted by Bency George Jan 23, 2015 Posted in Disability No Comments

Remember the Guinness Commercial?

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Back on September 13, 2013, is when I first saw the Guinness commercial that featured a person with a disability playing wheelchair basketball with some of his friends without a disability. Almost immediately I knew this commercial was going to be talked about for a long time, as well as make me want to have a drink.

Posted by Bob Lujano Dec 02, 2014 Posted in Disability No Comments

All You Need to Know About Epilepsy and Seizure

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You may be hearing about Epilepsy and Seizures. In this blog I will throw light on how these two terms are related to each other and what is to be done to get rid of it. First of all let’s discuss about Seizures.

Posted by Sachi Dave Nov 10, 2014 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

How Kinect Can Help People with Hearing Impairments & Stroke Recovery

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In November, 2010, the first generation of Kinect hit the markets. The Kinect is a type of motion sensing device created by Microsoft, for use in game systems like the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The innovative Kinect system allows people to control the game without the use of a traditional game controller. Sales of the Kinect were brisk, with around 24 million units being sold by February, 2013. Parents and gaming fans flocked to retailers like Walmart to purchase an Xbox, one that would support the new Kinect technology.

Posted by Gizelle Lachey Oct 01, 2014 Posted in Disability No Comments

Family Fitness for people with a disability

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When a family member has a disability, the need for medical support is met within the medical community through individual practitioners as well as the medical team. Therapeutic treatment is an ongoing process whether the person with a disability is experiencing a life-long condition or has suffered an injury or illness from which there is hope of partial or even full recovery. Please seek to find programs and organizations that can advocate for emotional support by accessing an online community of individuals and families who share the experience of a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Posted by Shelly Duell Sep 30, 2014 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Tech Accessories

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A decade ago—before there were iPhones and tablets-people with disabilities (PWD) were probably the most interested in the stuff Steve Jobs was dreaming up. Jobs wanted to make communication devices more intuitive and less complex for people to use. As the technology has progressed, smartphones and tablets have incorporated several innovations for people with disabilities including:

Posted by Gizelle Lachey Aug 06, 2014 Posted in Disability 3 Comments

Seeds and Chariots

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On a rainy Saturday afternoon, I entered my friend Lynda’s virtual forum on Spirituality. I had met Lynda during a time when I was seized by doubt and fear about the pursuit of my goals to walk without assistive devices.

Posted by Kerry Jul 28, 2014 Posted in Disability 2 Comments