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Can robotic exoskeletons offer grip strength to those with spinal cord injury?

Can robotic exoskeletons offer grip strength to those with spinal cord injury?

Imagine a day your grip strength deteriorates due to a spinal cord injury, and you lose the ability to hold and release objects. Now...

Ensuring people with disabilities are included in the workplace

Experts reveal practical implications of the 2017 Kessler Foundation National Employment and Disability Survey: Supervisor Perspectives Researchers from the Kessler Foundation and the University of...
MPS

Champions of self-help support and research for therapy

Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPS) are slowly progressive and inheritable metabolic diseases They occur in children of healthy parents and are triggered by a genetic defect that leads...

Survey shows UK gyms do not cater for disabled people

Millions of disabled people are not being catered for in UK gyms, according to a new survey. Personal trainers (PTs) not being equipped to work...
European Elections: are disability rights being violated?

European Elections: are disability rights being violated?

The 2019 European Elections are imminent, but did you know that thousands of Europeans will not be able to vote because of their disability?...
MPS

Understanding mucopolysaccharide storage diseases

What are mucopolysaccharide storage diseases? What are their signs and symptoms? And what treatment options are available for patients? These are just some of the...

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