Dive Brief: A recent study by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found Social Security's Disability Insurance program overpaid $11 billion since 2006 to people who returned to work and made more than their allowed income limit. Additional problems, the study … [Read more...] about Federal study finds $11B overpayment of disability benefits
More and more research is drawing a link between neurodevelopmental disabilities and environmental toxins found in everyday products. Now a recent editorial published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives listed 10 widespread chemicals that are to blame. While more … [Read more...] about 10 Chemicals Linked to Autism and Learning Disabilities
The UK has many popular attractions that make it worth visiting. In fact, its capital city, London, receives more tourists than any other city in the world. For disabled travelers, though, it’s important that they’re able to know their specific needs can be catered … [Read more...] about Is the UK a Suitable Place to Visit for Disabled Travelers?
Funny how we trust. We trust authority figures such as teachers, police, Doctors, political figures. It’s a funny business this trust thing. It must be in human nature to just trust that all of the above mentioned will simply do the right thing, especially Doctors. Their … [Read more...] about The Reality of Fluoroquinolones- or- How I Became Disabled over night
When 47 year-old Arthur Boorman, a disabled Gulf War veteran, when told he’d never be able to walk on his own again, he lost hope. Feeling defeated upon hearing the news, he started gaining weight, eventually hitting the 300-pound mark. He was sad, camera-shy, walked with … [Read more...] about Thanks to Yoga, Disabled Veteran Learns to Walk Again & Loses 140 pounds in 10 Months