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Hearing Impairment (INACTIVE)

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  • St. Joseph County probate judge accused of misconduct

    St. Joseph County probate judge accused of misconduct
    A long-serving St. Joseph County probate judge is accused of misconduct on the bench in connection with alleged remarks made to a woman in a guardianship hearing for a deaf teenager last year. The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications has filed...
  • Kevin Hunt: Retro Geneva Model XS alarm turns back clock

    The Geneva Sound System Model XS is an extra-small travel alarm clock that looks about as modern as "Mad Men." A travel alarm clock, circa 1960s, was a neat little foldaway case, often trimmed in faux leather like the Model XS. Inside resided a windup...
  • Theater review: 'Children of a Lesser God' from Beth Marshall Presents

    Theater review: 'Children of a Lesser God' from Beth Marshall Presents
    It's not uncommon in life to hear — but not actually listen. Ask any long-married couple. Or the parent of a toddler. Or, for that matter, the parent of a teenager. Humankind, in fact, has made rather an art of communication in which the true...
  • Review: 'Tribes' will be heard — and felt

    Review: 'Tribes' will be heard — and felt
    In the intellectually raucous British household of Nina Raine's "Tribes," family members don't so much talk as assault each other with monologues. The dinner table cacophony consists of scraps of debate, ironic jabs, aesthetic proclamations, academic...
  • Brotman: Decades later, moms' balancing act is as tough as ever

    Brotman: Decades later, moms' balancing act is as tough as ever
    Twenty years ago, when I was deep into my working mother juggling act, I would curse my generation's timing. For the women who come after us, I thought, it would surely be easier. Corporate America would no doubt stop being shocked — shocked!...
  • On Theater: Two give all to local theaters

    While most theater practitioners gravitate from show to show, venue to venue, a few may be found putting in years of artistic labor on behalf of one specific producing organization. Two such individuals are spotlighted this week. The Costa Mesa...
  • Actor to deaf Burbank students: 'If someone says no, move on to the next yes'

    Actor to deaf Burbank students: 'If someone says no, move on to the next yes'
    Bob Hiltermann was four years old when he lost his hearing to spinal meningitis, but another six years would pass before anyone around him would discover he was deaf. He was 10 when a teacher debunked his family’s assumption that he was “...
  • Is diabetes linked to hearing loss?

    Is diabetes linked to hearing loss?
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Diabetes has already been tied to an increased risk of kidney and cardiovascular troubles, nerve damage and vision loss, and now a new study finds diabetics to be more than twice as likely as those without the disease to have...
  • How to determine what medical screening is necessary

    How to determine what medical screening is necessary
    There has been a lot of news about medical tests lately. Physicians are coming out against unnecessary testing and screenings to save patients time, money and health risks. As a senior, how do you know which tests or screenings you should have done, and...
  • Lawrence R. Newman dies at 86; a prominent advocate for the deaf

    Lawrence R. Newman dies at 86; a prominent advocate for the deaf
    Lawrence R. Newman, a prominent advocate for the rights of the deaf community and a former longtime teacher and administrator at the California School for the Deaf in Riverside, has died. He was 86. Newman, who served two terms as president of the...
  • A nice dose of neighborliness might cure dog piddling problem

    Q: I live on a quiet residential street and several neighbors -- people I'm not close with -- walk their dogs near my home. Lately, most of these pets have been pausing at my mailbox to relieve themselves. Their urine is discoloring the lawn and...
  • A common virus can have devastating effects on unborn children

    A common virus can have devastating effects on unborn children
    Congenital CMV — cytomegalovirus — is the most common cause of disability in newborns. The Centers for Disease Control reports that it affects 1 in 150 children born in the United States. One in five of those will have permanent health...