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The same technology that lets you pay for your coffee will also save your life! Smartphones outfitted with NFC (near – field communications) could see a jump in shipments from 416 million to 1.2 billion in the next four years, says research firm IHS Technology.

Precocious 8-year-old Zion Harvey, the world's first child to receive a bilateral hand transplant earlier this summer, and charismatic little boy who captured the hearts of millions around the world, was discharged from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Earlier this summer, surgeons at CHOP joined with colleagues from Penn Medicine and Shriners Hospital for Children - Philadelphia to complete this landmark surgery

For wheelchair athletes being active comes with risks.  An injury to parts of the body with reduced sensation can lead to some very dangerous situations.  Injuries may be left untreated and develop into performance-hindering or even life-threatening conditions.

A Reel Catch

Like all anglers, fishing enthusiasts with disabilities have differing opinions on the best places to fish, the best equipment, and the best lures and techniques. But one thing they can all agree on is the benefit of having choices.