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  • Leisure activities stressful for working adults with disabilities, study finds

    Doctoral student LaWanda Cook studied the significance of leisure activities in the lives of employed adults with mobility impairments under the guidance of recreation, sport and tourism professor Kimberly Shinew.

    Doctoral student LaWanda Cook studied the significance of leisure activities in the lives of employed adults with mobility impairments under the guidance of recreation, sport and tourism professor Kimberly Shinew.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Recreation, sport and tourism professor Kimberly Shinew.

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  • To reach LaWanda Cook, call 607-255-2928; email lhc62@cornell.edu.