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Robert Greenberg got tired of hearing from senior engineers that it wasn't possible to build his product idea: a bionic eye that gives sight to the blind. "A lot of the folks straight out of school didn't know any better, so I hired them instead,"...
Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.It was fun for the kids to run relays, but the field day at BB&T Field on Wednesday was even more fun for many because they could meet and be among other children who have impaired hearing or vision. About 175 people took part in the field day events,...
Tags: Special Olympics
The Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThe workplace hazard is unavoidable: Sirens put firefighters at greater risk for hearing loss, experts said on Tuesday. "The damage is invisible. It's internal to your ear," said Dr. Catherine V. Palmer, director of audiology and hearing aids in the...
South Bend TribuneNILES — Attend a free seminar on hearing loss, treatments and hearing aids led by Lakeland Ear, Nose and Throat professionals Dr. Deborah Habenicht and audiologist Craig Rigler at Lakeland Medical Suites, 42 N. St. Joseph Ave., Niles, from 6 to 7 p....
Tags: Ear, Nose, and Throat, Human Body
Milwaukee Journal SentinelA Madison-based apartment development firm has proposed an office building for a West Allis site. Cardinal Capital Management Inc. plans to begin work on the one-story building this summer in the 900 block of S. 70th St., just south of Tri City National...
Springfield News-Sun, OhioHis hearing is fine. But auditory neuropathy runs in Robin Hoopes' family. "Even though the ear might be registering sound," he explained, the auditory nerve "fires out of sequence" and the message that's supposed to be delivered "doesn't quite get...
Tags: Music, Washington, DC, Gallaudet University
The Santa Fe New MexicanHedy Udkovich-Stern imagines that a lot of people driving down Cerrillos Road past the New Mexico School for the Deaf wonder what goes on behind its walls. That's one reason the school and its AmeriCorps members -- who teach American Sign Language to...
St. Joseph News-Press, Mo.For all the advances in workplace safety programs, many jobs still carry substantial risks -- particularly those jobs involving outdoors work. This makes safety a big issue in the Midland Empire, where agriculture occupies such a central role in the...
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...
Sun SentinelA few dozen pennies, shiny and perpetually floating in a clear brick of plastic sit on Herman Shooster's desk. Given as a gift celebrating the 1968 initial public offering of his first entrepreneurial venture, a frozen food company, it wasn't long...
Audiences who attended Sunday's performance of "Tribes," Nina Raine's play currently running at the Mark Taper Forum, were able to witness a rare bit of understudy musical chairs. Center Theatre Group said actress Gayle Rankin, who played the the role...
Russell Harvard plays the deaf brother in a dysfunctional family in "Tribes" at the Mark Taper Forum through April 14. The Austin, Texas-based actor, who won a Drama League Award for the role off-Broadway, will move with the production to the La Jolla...
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