Disabled people, especially wheelchair users, want to know how to live a healthier lifestyle while sitting, and with health complications that may come from a disability diagnosis. They want to be stronger so they can … Read the rest
We were SO EXCITED to have Jesi Stracham join us for PUSHLiving Podcast #32. Jessi is a wheelchair user who’s adventurous, athletic, capable, and an all around tough girl! She is quite the firecracker and … Read the rest
Physical activities play an essential role in any child’s life, regardless of whether they walk or roll.
From improving the child’s emotional and … Read the rest
Not only can exercising bring you a load of important health benefits, but it can also help you manage your daily life, emotionally, mentally, and physically.Benefits of Physical Exercise
Physically speaking, exercising can help … Read the rest
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‘No, Really.’ is a humor-with-heart comic strip series on PUSHLiving.com by artist/disability advocate Jennifer Latham Robinson about life with a disability.
I tend to simultaneously deal with the struggle in two ways: to really dive into … Read the rest
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Let’s face it, in today’s day and age – being healthy isn’t easy. I don’t care what anybody says.
Everything you thought … Read the rest
Protein and spinal cord injuries: how much protein do we really need and why? This article is not just for SCI women, it’s for men, teenagers, and babies. We all need protein, but what for?… Read the rest
Voices of the Community Series
The “Paralyzed Bride” Speaks on Cure Research, Medical Equipment Funding, and Pain
Editor’s Note: Rachelle Friedman has become known by the moniker “The Paralyzed Bride” in the Media and we are … Read the rest