Yu Chan, a disabled female loggerhead turtle whose flippers were badly wounded, is swimming again thanks to customized prosthetic flippers!
A 13-hour double-arm transplant has given a quadruple amputee Iraq veteran the hope of driving again and a goal of doing a hand-cycle marathon one day soon.
In a study of more than 900,000 California children, those with multiple sclerosis (MS) were more often found to be obese and female. What is the link?
For the first time in 9 years, Jan Scheuermann was able to feed herself using her new brain implants to manipulate objects with a mind-controlled robotic arm.
A recent study shows how misguided killer T cells could be the link between sustained tissue damage in the brain and spine of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
A colorful infographic highlights ten internationally famous people who made a mark on the world and achieved extraordinary heights while in a wheelchair.
Wheelchair requests by able-bodied individuals at airports are rising, wasting time and money, while airline personnel struggle with this delicate issue.
Wealthy families are hiring disabled tour guides with Disney handicap passes to get their kids to the front of the line immediately. Smart--or sickening?
A newly developed, smaller, less-expensive, spring-loaded exoskeleton may be the key to helping more people with paralysis regain their mobility.
Sam Bridgman, who has Friedreich's ataxia, left his wheelchair and, with the help of trainers, walked across the stage to receive his college diploma.