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Paralympics offers a vision of 'what's possible'updated: Sat Mar 20 2010 20:15:00

Ever since he was a child, Jasmin Bambur dreamed of going to the Olympics. In college, he played competitive handball and was close to making the national team that would take him to the big games.

Wheelchair mobility at the tip of the tongueupdated: Mon Jan 25 2010 09:27:00

Cruise Bogle, 18, was skimboarding with friends in Delray Beach, Florida, when he took a wave that whipped his board out from under him. Bogle was thrown backward, and his head hit the ocean floor. When friends saw him lying still in the surf, they knew something was wrong and rushed him to the hospital.

Tongue-controlled wheelchairupdated: Mon Jan 25 2010 09:27:00

Susan Hendricks reports on a new wheelchair that can be controlled by the tongue.

Wheelchair rugby puts athletes back on the teamupdated: Mon Nov 16 2009 10:10:00

Talbot Kennedy became a quadriplegic on the last day of high school. He's still an athlete.

Wheelchair rubgy not easyupdated: Mon Nov 16 2009 10:10:00

Living in a wheelchair doesn't have to mean a life without sports. Athletes compete in wheelchair rugby.

Teen's uncommon recovery sparks cross-country journeyupdated: Fri Sep 04 2009 11:05:00

Matthew Sanchez had rarely seen his father cry. But when Rudjard Hayes looked at the X-rays of his son's spine after a high school football accident, he held his wife close and broke down, not knowing that his son could see him.

Pedaling for a purpose (Part 1)updated: Fri Sep 04 2009 11:05:00

Meet a young man who aimed to give back to his former doctors through a cross-country bike ride. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

Time.com: Research Aims to Put Tongues in Control of Devicesupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 12:00:00

Scientists hope to add one more ability to the tongue and turn it into a computer control pad

Yoga's appeal broadening to disability communityupdated: Fri Apr 18 2008 10:36:00

A middle-aged woman arrives at yoga class, a guide dog beside her wheelchair. She slides onto a mat on the floor and begins warming up with help from the instructor, stretching her knee and leg muscles to the side.

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