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Organization offers on-the-job training to disabled teens

Parents of students with disabilities may face countless worries. For example, children with physical or cognitive disabilities often required specialized educational services. Additional assistive services may also be required so that students can receive educational instruction throughout the day. The educational attainment level may be unknown for such students, which can lead to concerns bout their future employment potential.

Will the FDA revisit its approval of aspartame?

In the hot months of the Georgia summertime, sweet tea is a favorite of many locals. Yet this tasty beverage contains high amounts of sugar, which can elevate blood sugar levels, triggering increased insulin production and potential weight gain. As we’ve discussed in past posts, obesity may lead to more serious health issues, and potentially disabling conditions requiring Social Security disability insurance benefits.

Surviving a stroke may only be half of the recovery spectrum

Survivors of a stroke can count themselves lucky, according to data from the American Stroke Association. The organization attributes stroke as ranking fourth in causes of death in America.

Researchers develop new theory about fibromyalgia pain

In previous posts to Georgia readers about fibromyalgia, we’ve discussed the challenge associated with treating this disease may arise from the lack of physiological tissue damage. Although a patient may report symptoms of pain, that information may be the result of dysfunctioning proprioceptors.

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