Aimee Verrall and Randall Owen presented several posters and presentations at the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA this November 2014.
If you’re living with a chronic condition, like multiple sclerosis (MS), an unclear future is a normal part of life. When it comes to health care and the costs, not knowing what will happen is stressful.
Our survey are going out! Just under 2,000 people are participants in our Survey of Aging with Physical Disability.
Our group presented several things at the International Society for Quality of Life’s (ISOQOL) 21st Annual Conference in Germany this October 2014.
Technology is widely used by people to gather information about their health (heart rate), movements (number of steps walked), and physical activity (running miles and pace).
Social relationships are an important part of our lives. Social support refers to how much we feel we’re cared for by our friends, family, and spouse or partner.
Two of our studies are open and seeking volunteers!