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In this age of nuclear families, the smaller number of available caregivers for paralyzed patients is a major problem. The shifting of such patients to a wheelchair is a delicate process and in most of the instances, two or more caregivers are required. 210 more words

Spinal Cord injuries could no longer be a lifelong prognosis

“For people who become paralyzed after a spinal cord injury, the condition is usually permanent, but a new study suggests that zapping the spine with electricity during physical training could help paralyzed patients regain movement. 73 more words


Boston Strong 2014

My heart is in Boston today, as I think about the Marathon last year and the tragic events that resulted in people dying, losing limbs, suffering brain injuries and more. 240 more words

Push To Walk

Mephiboseth, your David is looking for you!

And David said unto him, “Fear not: for I will surely shew thee kindness for Jonathan thy father’s sake, and will restore thee all the land of Saul they father; and thou shalt eat bread at my table continually.” 407 more words


Cycling Europe Day 7: Living In the Moment

I don’t have any major problems in my life. My family and I are healthy, we have food in our bellies and roofs over our heads. 696 more words



by Richard L. Sartore

Mr. Sartore, despite a severely crippling disability, is the happy author of numerous published books and award-winning screenplays.  Please welcome his first contribution to happinesshereandnow.com… 387 more words

Shadow people

Has anyone heard of shadow people? Do they get us in our sleep? Do they haunt our dreams? #shadowpeople,#haunting,#dreams