Travel in Opelika, AL

By Linda Williams, Ph.D., and Monica Slabaugh / Invisible Disability Project
The bags are at the door. Take one last look around at your childhood,...

It’s World Emoji Day on Sunday (17 July) and we’re celebrating by releasing a set of 18 emoji designs featuring disabled people and Paralympic sports. Billions of emojis are sent every …

As our knowledge of the Zika virus develops, here’s what you need to know to stay healthy.

Last month, Meow Village Cat Rescue of Aurora received an unusual call. Could it help find a home for a dead man's five cats?

Yes, Botox can preserve your smooth, wrinkle-less skin, but did you know it could even help you maintain your blow-out post-spin class or stop your...

Family members often take time away from work to care for loved ones with disabilities. Now, a proposal in Congress seeks to ensure that they don't lose out on Social Security for doing so.

New statistics on death rates in the United States appear to confirm a grim prediction -- that obesity is reversing decades of steady expansion in Americans'

The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure aims to raise money for breast cancer research. Some of the new advances involve breast reconstruction.

Mother of a 4-month-old girl with Down syndrome wants people to know what not to say

National parks are popular vacation destinations, but pet travelers need places that their dogs can enjoy, too! Here are the most dog friendly national parks in the U.S.

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a Westlake Village company's injectable drug as a treatment to reduce double-chin fat in adults.

A faucet designed by a Royal College of Art student employs cunning perforations to create a gorgeously patterned flow of water.