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Helle-Viv Helle Magnerud - That's how she rolls

Helle-Viv Helle Magnerud likes metal music, is in love with Captain Jack Sparrow and would like to understand her cat at least once. She advocates more public commitment, disability rights and their realisation. What kind of dreams she has and why dolphins and pirates play a role in it, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Marit Müller - That's how she rolls

Marit Müller’s life is like a blockbuster: From romance over drama to western, it includes just everything. And the protagonist herself convinces with unconventional thinking and a healthy self-confidence. Which questions bother her and why does she want to kick some people’s shin, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Lara Möhlenbeck - That's how she rolls

Lara Möhlenbeck wants more accessibility and more intensive research. She has a big heart, values honesty, her health and having time for herself. On REHACARE.com she tells us why she likes the German actress Alexandra Maria Lara so much and what else is important to her, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Looking for and finding inclusive shared housing options at WOHN:SINN

A look at the living situation of many people with learning disabilities reveals they often only get to choose between living in care homes or their families’ homes. Many of them are not aware of the numerous inclusive shared housing options that gradually emerge in Germany and where people with or without disabilities live together.
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Will software automatically describe movie plots in the near future?

In order to understand the plot of a movie an audio version is very helpful for visually impaired people. Authors watch the whole movies and describe what happens in each scene. But wouldn’t it be possible for a computer software to do this kind of work? Researchers work on developing a program which automatically generates movie descriptions and reads them out.
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Blessing or curse? Using robots in the healthcare sector

In the distant future? – But today already a reality: robot caregivers are designed to make the daily tasks of healthcare workers easier. Today these types of helpers are already being used in Japan. They lift people in need of care out of their beds, play cards with them or cuddle with dementia patients.
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Aquatic treadmill walking may increase exercise capacity after stroke
For patients in rehabilitation after a stroke, walking on an underwater treadmill produces better measures of exercise performance compared to conventional treadmill walking, reports a study in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the official journal of the Association of Academic Physiatrists.
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Recommended blood pressure targets for diabetes are being challenged
The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare recently raised the recommended target blood pressure for patients with diabetes. This may lead to more patients suffering from stroke or heart attack, according to a new study from the Sahlgrenska Academy. The new study is the world's largest on the subject and is based on data from the National Diabetes Register.
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Changes to retirement savings system may exacerbate economic inequality
A shift to defined-contribution retirement plans, such as 401(k) plans, has led to an income and education gap in pension savings that could exacerbate future economic inequality, according to a study that will be presented at the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA).
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Chronic pain linked to partners of people with depression
Partners of people with depression are more likely to suffer from chronic pain, research has found. The study shows that the two conditions share common causes - some of which are genetic whilst other causes originate from the environment that partners share.
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Wearable tech helps adults with autism manage anxiety
Reflecting back on incidents can help people manage their anxiety – though, traditional reflection aids such as written diaries are often abandoned. However, wearable technology could provide the solution.
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Brain-machine interfaces: Paraplegics regain feelings and movements
Eight people who have spent years paralyzed from spinal cord injuries have regained partial sensation and muscle control in their lower limbs after training with brain-controlled robotics.
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Gaming camera could aid MS treatment
A commonly used device found in living rooms around the world could be a cheap and effective means of evaluating the walking difficulties of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
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Combining medications could offer better results for ADHD patients
Three studies to be published in the August 2016 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACAP) report that combining two standard medications could lead to greater clinical improvements for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than either ADHD therapy alone.
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Brain-machine interfaces: Paraplegics regain feelings and movements
Eight people who have spent years paralyzed from spinal cord injuries have regained partial sensation and muscle control in their lower limbs after training with brain-controlled robotics.
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Acupuncture may help to improve dementia precursor
Acupuncture may help to improve the subtle memory loss that precedes the development of dementia, otherwise known as mild cognitive impairment, or MCI for short, suggests a review of the available published evidence in Acupuncture in Medicine.
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iEAT Feeding Robot
Meet the i EAT feeding robot. This electrical controlled feeding support is suitable for people with a limited arm, hand or finger function. The i EAT feeding robot can be controlled with one switch...
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Meet worlds most compact electrical arm support
Meet the i FLOAT Powered Assist arm support. The i FLOAT Powered Assist is related to the already existing i FLOAT arm support. The i FLOAT Powered Assist is meant for people who need just a little...
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ORTHOS XXI - EUROPEAN MANUFACTURER OF MEDICAL DEVICES
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE ORTHOS XXI is a manufacturer and distributor of orthopaedic material and hospital devices located in Portugal, EU, with more than 30 years’ experience. We have a wide range of...
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LIFTKAR PTR 130/160 tracked stairclimber
The LIFTKAR PTR is a mobile unit that has been especially developed for operating on straight steps. Wheelchair users can now move around more freely and helpers no longer need to strain their backs...
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SUMO 200 KG
Unique portable design with huge load carrying capacity. We set our design engineers a goal that was previously thought to be unachievable. The amazing test results exceeded all our expectations and...
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Sports Wheelchairs Get a Makeover with CEW’s Maintenance-free X-CORE® 6 Spoke Wheel
CEW has developed special wheels that attend to the needs of differently abled students. Known as the X-CORE® 6-Spoke Wheel, it has been developed for every day wheelchair users as well as some sport...
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CEW Creates One-of-a-Kind Wheel Assembly for New Motivo Tour Walker
CEW has extended the benefits of its Polyurethane and Injection Molding capabilities to many products and custom wheel assembly offerings. They have incorporated this technology in Motivo’s Tour...
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The World's Smallest PowerChair - MINI
Freedom to move in Confined Spaces. Designed specifically for indoor use only the amazing MINI Power Chair provides you with the ability to access limited space area indoor with complete ease.
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