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2015

Fall 2015, Vol. 31, No. 4   
WE'RE STILL HERE!   
Polio Survivors in Turkey   
Aging in Place with a Disability   
Promoting Positive Solutions  
Ask Dr. Maynard

Summer 2015, Vol. 31, No. 3
Effects of Whole Body Vibration   
Multicenter, Multi-country Study Underway   
Mid-Study Report: Summary of Poliovirus Genome in Patients   
  with Post-Polio Syndrome   
Promoting Positive Solutions   
Ask Dr. Maynard

Spring 2015, Vol. 31, No. 2
India Needs to Focus on Its Polio Survivors   
ADA is 25   
Research: PHI Issues Request for Proposals   
A Sister Remembers   
PHI Columnists Weigh In on Future Life with a Polio Survivor   
PHI Welcomes Two New Board Members   
55 Years Later: Friends Reconnect Via PHI   

Winter 2015, Vol. 31, No. 1
Is It Post-Polio – Or Something Else?   
The Long View: Remembering Dr. Ernie Johnson   
Special Rules for Postpolio Sequelae   
Update on Anesthesia   
Choosing the Best Mobility Device   
Ask Dr. Maynard


2014

Fall 2014, Vol. 30, No. 4
Let’s Clink Our Champagne Glasses!   
Post-Polio Medical Care:
   Post-Polio Specialists and Primary Care Physicians
    
Promoting Positive Solutions   
In “Thriving” Tepley Recounts Stories of Triumphing over Trauma

Summer 2014, Vol. 30, No. 3
$100,000 Grant Announced at 11th International Conference   
WE'RE STILL HERE!   
With Trach and Vent: Plan Ahead for a Great Travel Experience   
Promoting Positive Solutions   
Ask Dr. Maynard

Spring 2014, Vol. 30, No. 2
Celia Yoder Looks Toward 99th Birthday   
Ankle Brace for Post-Polio Leg Pains   
New Book Asserts FDR   
Promoting Positive Solutions   
Ask Dr. Maynard   

Winter 2014, Vol. 30, No. 1
Kenya Polio Survivors Embrace Yoga   
The Iconic Iron Lung and Polio Survivors in the USA   
Promoting Positive Solutions   
Ask Dr. Maynard    
Thank You


2013

Fall 2013, Vol. 29, No. 4  
Post-Polio Health International Doubles Reseach Fund
  Grant to $50,000   
A Gentle Death, Part III   
Ask Dr. Maynard
Research Update Role of Oral Glutathione   
Research Update   
Promoting Positive Solutions   
Shingles Vaccine Experience   

Summer 2013, Vol. 29, No. 3
Learning to Dance in the Rain   
Promoting Positive Solutions   
WE'RE STILL HERE!   
  What Having a Disability Taught Me   
Ask Dr. Maynard   
A Gentle Death, Part II

Spring 2013, Vol. 29, No. 2  
A Gentle Death (Part 1)  
Neurogenic Bladder: What Are My Options?  
Ask Dr. Maynard
 
Promoting Positive Solutions
  

Winter 2013, Vol. 29, No. 1  
On Losing A Polio Mom   
From the Director   
Navigating the Seating and Mobility World with Post-Polio   
Research Update   
Promoting Positive Solutions   
Ask Dr. Maynard   


2012

Fall 2012, Vol. 28, No. 4
Conquering Mysterious Foot Pain  (JAPANESE)
Polio Survivors and the Paralympics: We're Still Here  
Ask Dr. Maynard
  
Promoting Positive Solutions
  
Aging Well with Post-Polio: The Weight of the Matter

Summer 2012, Vol. 28, No. 3
Looking Back, Moving Forward
WE'RE STILL HERE ... AND WE VOTE!
Promoting Positive Solutions
Ask Dr. Maynard

Spring 2012, Vol. 28, No. 2
What Having Had Polio Causes, Might Cause and Does Not Cause (DUTCH)   (SPANISH)
WE’RE STILL HERE! … AND WE VOTE!
Promoting Positive Solutions
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome:
The Promise of PROMIS

IVIg Update
Ask Dr. Maynard
The Joyce and Arthur Siegfried Memorial Fund

Winter 2012, Vol. 28, No. 1
Is a Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan the Right Fit for You?
PHI Board of Directors Honors Larry Becker
More Research About Bisphosphonate Treatment in Polio Survivors
Updates from The PHI Research Fund's 2011 Grantees
Ask Dr. Maynard


2011

Fall 2011, Vol. 27, No. 4
30 Years Later ... We're Still Here!
Pressure Sores Are Painful, but Preventable
Promoting Positive Solutions
Ask Dr. Maynard
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome: The Benefits of Muscle Strengthening
Letters to the Editor

Summer 2011, Vol. 27, No. 3
Calcium, Vitamin D and Bisphosphonates, Oh My!
Promoting Positive Solutions
Ask Dr. Maynard
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome: Don't Take Fatigue Lying Down
Letter to the Editor
Thank You
Share Your Experiences at Polio Place

Spring 2011, Vol. 27, No. 2
Anesthesia Use in Polio Survivors: What's New?
WE'RE STILL HERE! Improving Accessibility in Places of Worship
Promoting Positive Solutions
Ask Dr. Maynard
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome: Don't Let Fall Prevention Fall through the Cracks

Winter 2011, Vol. 27, No. 1
Every Body Benefits from Massage
PHI Launches Polio Place – www.polioplace.org
Thoughts from a Seminar on Aging with a Physical Disability
Promoting Positive Solutions
PHI Announces Research Grants for 2011
Ask Dr. Maynard
Thank You
Updating Post-Polio Directory


2010

Fall 2010, Vol. 26, No. 4
"Not Going Is Not an Option"
Worthy of Note
Ask Dr. Maynard
Successful Bracing Requires Experience, Sensitivity
Promoting Positive Solutions
Thank You

Summer 2010, Vol. 26, No. 3
Learning to Drive Again: One Hand at a Time
Worthy of Note
When Do You Need a Power Chair?
Swallowing Difficulty and the Late Effects of Polio
Promoting Positive Solutions
Ask Dr. Maynard
Thank You
PHI and Rotary International Collaborate

Spring 2010, Vol. 26, No. 2
What Your Voice Is Saying About You: Vocal Changes and the Late Effects of Polio Polish
Worthy of Note
Our Journey to India
Final Report:
Persisting Noninfectious Genome Fragments of Poliovirus in PPS Patients

Ask Dr. Maynard
Promoting Positive Solutions
WE'RE STILL HERE! announcement
Thank You

Winter 2010, Vol. 26, No. 1
New Knowledge about Cholesterol Drugs and Muscle Problems
Worthy of Note
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome: Dealing with Pain
Ask Dr. Maynard
Promoting Positive Solutions
New Vaccine Could Boost Eradication Efforts
Research Update: Biomarkers and Persistent Viruses
World Polio Eradication Update
Thank You


2009

Fall 2009, Vol. 25, No. 4
Promoting Positive Solutions
Call for Proposals/Worthy of Note
The Mohs and Me
Reaching for Wellness: Skill by Skill
Ask Dr. Maynard
Update and Thank You

Summer 2009, Vol. 25, No. 3
Bits of Wisdom from Living with Polio in the 21st Century
Worthy of Note
Total Hip Replacement: My Procedure of Choice
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome: Addressing Habits that Cause Sleep Problems
Aging with a Physical Disability Survey Study
Ask Dr. Maynard

Spring 2009, Vol. 25, No. 2
Remembering The Polio Crusade
(Long version)
Worthy of Note
Ask Dr. Maynard
The Garden: Incorporating the Principles of Universal Design
(Long version)
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome and Sleep Problems

Winter 2009, Vol. 25, No. 1
Surgery: Another Point of View   JAPANESE
Worthy of Note
Ask Dr. Maynard
Feldenkrais®: An Exploration in Possibility
Aging Well with Post-Polio Syndrome


2008

Fall 2008, Vol. 24, No. 4
$25,000 Grant Awarded to Advance Noninfectious Virus Detection in Polio Survivors
Rehab for Incontinence Solves Two Problems
The ADA Amendments Act of 2008
Polio Wonder Welders
Books: Seven Wheelchairs: A Life beyond Polio
A Community Guide to Environmental Health

Summer 2008, Vol. 24, No. 3
Shingles Vaccination: Should Polio Survivors Receive One?
Study Tour of United States and Canada Identifies Techniques to Better Manage the Late Effects of Polio
Development of a Polio Antiviral Drug Begins
Disaster Planning Help for People with Disabilities at www.disability911.com
My Story about Polio
Living with Polio in the 21st Century, PHI’s 10th International Conference
Post-Polio Wellness Retreat Promises Personal Attention, Renewal
2008 Campaign Focus Announced (WE'RE STILL HERE!)

Spring 2008, Vol. 24, No. 2
PHI’s Fourth Research Award Final Report: Regulatory T Cells as a Biomarker of Post-Polio Syndrome
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Technology   JAPANESE
I am T.V. Ganesh
Books: Understanding Viruses; Love, War & Polio – The Life and Times of Young Bill Porteous

Winter 2008, Vol. 24, No. 1
To Have Surgery or Not to Have Surgery – That Is the Question!
PHI’s “Leadership” Column Comes to the Website
Change of Perspective Benefits Survivors in Northern Nigeria
Letters to the Editor: From Clara Reiss; Margaret Whitcomb
Call for Proposals: PHI’s Fifth Research Grant
Physicians Join PHI Board of Directors

 

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