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Special to CTgetsMarried.comIf you have normal hearing, you probably take for granted the gift of sound. But if you are a guest at a wedding where someone is deaf you realize how much he or she is missing. From the ceremonial toasts at the pre-wedding reception to the ceremony and...
The Medicine CabinetQ: My 42-year-old husband suddenly lost hearing in one ear. They did some blood tests and he was given steroids. But he has not improved. Is there anything else that can be done? A: There are two basic types of hearing loss: conductive and sensorineural....
Elbow to elbow around a kitchen island, a family dinner is unfolding. One teen is thumbing around on her phone; another is dousing his dinner in ketchup; the other two are talking music and dubbing their teacher Grim Reaper. The parents, meanwhile,...
The Hartford CourantAbout 30 American School for the Deaf alumni lined the sidewalk in front of the school on Monday morning, holding purple signs saying "Preserve ASD" and "ASD Not For Sale" and eliciting honks from passing cars. The "Concerned Alumni" group came together...
Special to The Herald-MailChange the diaper. Feed the baby. Burp. Hold. Sleepy time. After babies are born, fussing often is a way of communicating some basic needs. When they get a little older, it’s not always that simple. Babies can point, or they can make some...
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South Bend TribuneThe United Way of St. Joseph County will distribute 30 percent less to programs at its partner agencies for the next two years, or a total loss of $500,000 each year. It stems from a United Way campaign that, officials say, suffered from workplace losses...
West HartfordThe American School for the Deaf recently received notification from the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET), that they have met the standards to be selected as 2013-2014 NASET School of Excellence. This distinction has been...
WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND -- More people are dying in fires and here's why it's so startling: most of those deaths could have been prevented. Indiana's fire marshal says most of those fatal fires involved homes without smoke detectors or working ones. Jim Greeson...
Chloe Rice has never thought of herself as having a disability. Rice lives an active life. She's a freshman soccer player at Corona del Mar High, where she is a good student. She also enjoys scuba diving and snowboarding. She had competed in gymnastics....
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Every year, more college students in the U.S. are learning a new language without uttering a word. American Sign Language, or ASL, has become one of the most popular language classes, ranking fourth in the latest Modern Language Association Survey and...
Premium Health News ServiceBERRIES MIGHT LOWER HEART RISKS A recent study in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association offers more evidence to bolster berries' health benefits. The study included 93,000 women (ages 25-42) who were enrolled in the Nurses' Health...
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