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When Jamiah Lewis was 9, she nearly died after contracting bacterial meningitis — an infection which traveled through her bloodstream, affected her organs and damaged tissue in her leg. To save her life, doctors placed her in a coma and performed surgery. ...continue.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recognizes National Family Caregivers Month this November honoring the 5.5 million family members, friends and neighbors who care for Veterans suffering from chronic conditions, disabilities, disease or daily difficulties. ...continue.
All of us remember our childhood, some of us enjoyed playing games, some enjoyed reading, but one thing we all have in common is a favorite toy while growing up. Toys make up an integral part of our childhood because they give ...continue.
If you had to take a driver's test again like you did when you were a teenager, do you think you'd pass? Due to a recent change in state regulations, thousands of Wisconsin amputees are facing a question that could put their ...continue.
The Amputee Coalition would like to wish everyone a happy Veterans Day. This is a time to thank and honor our veterans for their commitments and sacrifices, and to recognize and appreciate all who have served. ...continue.
His ambition was to climb one of Africa's tallest mountains, despite having lost all four of his limbs and Alex Lewis is a man of his word. Six years ago Alex caught a cold that led to a life-threatening illness, multiple amputations ...continue.