A new study has found that children, especially boys, whose mothers were exposed to higher levels of outdoor particulate air pollution at the same time that they were very stressed were most likely to develop asthma by age six. The study was presented at the 2017 American Thoracic Society International Conference.
Whether culture or sports, whether at home or on vacation – there are more and more offers for people with different disabilities who want to live their life as actively as possible. What kind of opportunities blind and vision impaired travel fans have for example and what the website travelable.info is all about, you will get to know in our Topic of the Month May: Active in everyday life and while traveling.
No matter if blind or with a walking impairment – climbing is a sport which is appropriate for people with different kind of disabilities. That’s why the members of the inclusive climbing team from Cologne, Germany, climb the steep walls together on a regular basis. Petra Schneider is one of them. REHACARE.com accompanied her at the climbing wall.