Paralympic Snowboarder Continues to Inspire as Sports Illustrated’s First Amputee Swimsuit Model
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Paralympic Snowboarder Continues to Inspire as Sports Illustrated’s First Amputee Swimsuit Model

Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue makes a splash every season it comes out. Historically, this has not always been for the most empowering reasons. This years issue, however, features at least…

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The Tradition of Chinese Paper Cutting is Restoring the Dignity of Hemophilia Patients
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The Tradition of Chinese Paper Cutting is Restoring the Dignity of Hemophilia Patients

According to a story from sixthtone.com, patients with hemophilia living in China are using paper cutting to help restore their dignity and reclaim control of their lives. Hemophilia is a…

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A Study From Yale University is Helping Solve The Mystery of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
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A Study From Yale University is Helping Solve The Mystery of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

According to a story from seas.yale.edu, a recent study conducted under the supervision of Yale University is providing new clues for the underlying cause of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. The researchwea…

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Treating Dogs With Spina Bifida Might Help With Treating Humans
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Treating Dogs With Spina Bifida Might Help With Treating Humans

Researchers at UC-Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital look to utilize dogs and cats to help find rare disease treatments, reported The Daily Beast. Recently, two bulldogs, Darla and Spanky, with…

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Can an App Play Doctor? The Surprising Answer for Hydrocephalus and Parkinson’s
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Can an App Play Doctor? The Surprising Answer for Hydrocephalus and Parkinson’s

A breakthrough app won the Henry Ford Health System’s first artificial intelligence challenge. A team from Israel developed the app to assist in monitoring conditions such as Parkinson’s and hydrocephalus.…

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