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Permanent Injuries

Paralyzed man walks thanks to a mind-controlled exoskeleton

This is a big step for science and a bigger message of hope for all paralyzed people. In Grenoble, France, a tetraplegic patient can now walk again, thanks to an exoskeleton controlled by his brain. What if tomorrow we could equip all disabled people with an exoskeleton like this?

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Inspirational

We need to talk about mental health

After a traumatic brain injury, followed by the unexpected suicide of her husband after years of battling depression, Jill Merrell is now dedicated to helping people open their eyes, hearts, and minds to the importance of mental health. This is her inspiring story.

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Dealing with Personal Injury

How to Manage TMJ Pain at Home

On this Pain Awareness Month, let’s focus on a too often misunderstood condition that affects up to 12 percent of people: temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), the main cause of jaw and facial pain.

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Community Involvement

Mad about MADD

MADD Canada was formed in 1989 to create a national network working to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.

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Community Involvement

All for Food, and Food For Thought!

My charity of choice is the Food for Thought program for school children in need across the city of Edmonton. The schools identify students that have no breakfast or have little or no lunch, so that Food For Thought can them provide with nutritious, whole food so that they can focus on learning.

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