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Athlete With Cerebral Palsy Signs College Wrestling Scholarship

Posted by on Nov 13, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on Athlete With Cerebral Palsy Signs College Wrestling Scholarship

His upper body is strong, but Devon Berry’s legs aren’t strong enough to hold him up. Cerebral palsy forces him to use a walker. But this week, Berry took another step toward proving he won’t let his disability stop him. He accepted a scholarship to wrestle for St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. “Today was probably my best day in my life besides giving my life to Christ,” Berry posted on his Facebook page. A senior at Hampton High School in Hampton, Ga., Berry also played football and throws the shot put and discus for the track team. Plus, he plays wheelchair basketball and handball....

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Accessibility Urged On Road To Self-Driving Cars

Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on Accessibility Urged On Road To Self-Driving Cars

A federal agency is calling on automakers and lawmakers alike to consider the needs of people with disabilities as self-driving cars inch closer to reality. With a report released this week, the National Council on Disability said that self-driving cars have “enormous potential” for people with disabilities, many of whom cannot currently obtain a driver’s license. But, the independent federal agency charged with advising Congress and the president on disability matters said that many factors that are still in flux — both technological and regulatory — will determine how meaningful these cars...

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NY Times: F.D.A. Gives Food Industry 3 Years to Eliminate Trans Fats

Posted by on Jun 16, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on NY Times: F.D.A. Gives Food Industry 3 Years to Eliminate Trans Fats

To view the entire article click here >>>> WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday gave the food industry three years to eliminate artery-clogging, artificial trans fats from the food supply, a long-awaited step that capped years of effort by consumer advocates and is expected to save thousands of lives a year. Trans fats — a major contributor to heart disease in the United States — have already been substantially reduced in foods, but they still lurk in many popular products, including frostings, microwave popcorn, packaged pies, frozen pizzas, margarines,...

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NY Times: Disables Vets Challenge is Navigating the Benefits Maze

Posted by on Jun 1, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on NY Times: Disables Vets Challenge is Navigating the Benefits Maze

Sergeant Sanders was 23 when he was paralyzed on Dec. 4, 1969, while on patrol in Cu Chi, outside Saigon, when his platoon came under heavy fire. While trying to call in a helicopter airstrike, he was shot in the back. He spent the next year in and out of military hospitals before returning to the Panama Canal Zone, where he was born, to live with his parents. When his parents took early retirement, they all moved to Florida so Mr. Sanders could get better medical care. Continue reading the main story >>>>> Source:  New York Times “Disabled Vet’s Challenge is to...

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WSJ – Studebaker: Still Stands Out after 60 Years

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on WSJ – Studebaker: Still Stands Out after 60 Years

Studebaker wasn’t a big Detroit corporation. It was a smaller company out of South Bend, Ind., and had to be highly imaginative to compete with Ford and General Motors. This resulted in unique designs and powerful engines. The one in my President is called a Passmaster (a 259 cubic inch V8); the meaning is obvious. Still, the company made its last vehicle in 1966. I knew the Studebaker would present a different kind of ownership. Parts are hard to find; you have to join the community of owners. Where I live, there are a lot of retired Boeing workers, people who can make their own parts....

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