Looking at Environmental Protection Through the Lens of Disability

By Alliah Czarielle, Hemophilia News Today

Climate change has been a hot topic in our circles lately. We feel it very much in the Philippines, where hot summers in the months of April and May have quickly turned into a season of strong typhoons and dangerous floods. Recently, a major typhoon hit the province of Leyte, causing a tragic landslide. Continue reading Looking at Environmental Protection Through the Lens of Disability

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Psilocybin Spurs Brain Activity in Patients With Depression, Small Study Shows

Psychedelic compounds like LSD, Ecstasy and psilocybin mushrooms have shown significant promise in treating a range of mental health disorders, with participants in clinical studies often describing tremendous progress taming the demons of post-traumatic stress disorder, or finding unexpected calm and clarity as they face a terminal illness. Continue reading Psilocybin Spurs Brain Activity in Patients With Depression, Small Study Shows

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New spinal cord stimulation study puts people with paralysis on their feet again

Michel Roccati lost the ability to walk after a motorcycle accident in 2017, when he had a complete spinal cord injury. But today, equipped with an electrode device implanted on his spinal cord, Roccati can enjoy the simple things again: standing at a bar for drinks with friends, taking a shower without a chair and even strolling through the town with a walker. Continue reading New spinal cord stimulation study puts people with paralysis on their feet again

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A Future for People With Disabilities in Outer Space Takes Flight

, NY Times

Eric Ingram typically moves through the world on his wheelchair. The 31-year-old chief executive of SCOUT Inc., a smart satellite components company, was born with Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome, a rare condition that affects his joints and blocked him from his dream of becoming an astronaut. He applied and was rejected, twice. Continue reading A Future for People With Disabilities in Outer Space Takes Flight

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The Intersection of Disability and Climate Change

BY GIANNA CACCIATORE

Master’s student David Liebmann works to build awareness of the elevated threat level of climate change for people with disabilities.

Climate change threatens all of us. But for those of us living with a disability — an estimated 15% of the global population — the threat, compounded by discrimination, marginalization, and other pre-existing inequalities, is even greater.
Continue reading The Intersection of Disability and Climate Change

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  1. City Career Fair
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  2. The Small Business Expo–Multiple Event Dates
    February 17, 2022 - December 1, 2022
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