"You feel better when you're laughing, even if it's at yourself."
"It didn't occur to me that I was taking on these roles. I just did them because I loved her."
So far the system is only temporary, but offers new hope for paralysis.
And feel a little better about the world.
Some stuff actually went right in 2016.
The Cybathlon is where athletes with disabilities use robotics to compete.
A new surgery aims to do just that.
A new implant joins a small set of treatments offering hope to people with spinal injuries.
The paralympic gold medalist opens up about waking up from a coma, living with paralysis, and learning to walk again.
A new study reports that microelectrode implants can stimulate otherwise unresponsive parts of the brain.
A legend in the Pittsburgh cycling community, Chew had a brief dizzy spell that caused him to veer off the road and lose control of his bike.
Stroke damage is usually permanent, so Stanford researchers were surprised to see some patients regain mobility after receiving stem cell injections to the brain.