To see how mobility loss affects the brain, a neuroscientist wore a pink cast and spent lots of time in an MRI machine. Here are the findings.
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Many people with disabilities and their loved ones are fearful about COVID-19. "There is a long history of discrimination and isolation and segregation that people with disabilities have faced."
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People with serious mental illness perceive their physical health as a greater barrier to employment, a study finds.
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A historian explains the caucus system and how its design can keep voters, such as those with disabilities, from having a say in the process.
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Check out this video to see kids with and without disabilities on the same court competing against each other in a new game called iGYM.
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Social and physical changes in the home can help older adults live alone more easily and protect their cognition, researchers say.
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Some students may have a 60 times greater risk than others of facing a school suspension, a new study of St. Louis schools shows.
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Ableism, or bias against people with disabilities, increases over time, research finds. At the same time, though, public displays of it decline.
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A smart suitcase called BBeep and a wayfinding app can help visually impaired people get around the airport quickly.
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