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Johns Hopkins University Senior Design Team
Amputees Can Now Get High-Heeled Prosthetics
Students at Johns Hopkins University have developed a prosthetic foot that can adapt to heels up to four inches high.
Designing Medical Devices for the Poorest Four Billion
My plea is - particularly to funders - to focus support on the valley of death between proof-of-concept and commercialization. Without it, there is no impact at scale.
Stunning Photos Of Women With Disabilities Showcase Their Beauty And Strength
14 People Who Lost Limbs But Not Their Sense Of Humor
Using 3D Printing And Design To Change The Way We Look At Disability
Writer and entrepreneur
DARPA's New Robotic Limb Will Let Amputees Feel Again
In Support of Limb Loss Awareness Month
Professor of Theater, Ursinus College
April is Limb Loss Awareness Month. Our nation has become all too aware of limb loss this April as a result of the Boston bombings. I am not an amputee myself, but I share a connection with the amputee community because of my dogs, both of whom are missing limbs and are certified therapy dogs.
WATCH: Researchers Create Creepy 'Phantom' Sensation
Newlyweds Use Honeymoon Savings To Save Dog
Pentagon Denies Help For Afghan War Wounded With Genital Loss
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TEDxStanford Opens Its Doors Today With Free Live Streaming
In just two short years, Krista Donaldson and her team at D-Rev have changed the lives of over 3,500 people in India. Donaldson is one of 21 outstanding speakers at TEDxStanford that you can watch live on LiveStreaming today.
Afghan War Casualties Remain High and Increasingly Severe
Inspiring Disabled Veterans To Run
Amputations Increase With Surge In Afghanistan
Don't Overlook People With Disabilities in Haiti
Director of Protection, Women's Refugee Commission
The emergency response and reconstruction efforts in Haiti are opportunities to amend past neglect and discrimination, and assist persons with disabilities to live richer, more dignified lives.
Veterans Advocates Worried About Care For Troops Wounded In Afghan Surge
WATCH: Amputees Find Freedom on a Surfboard
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