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Hearing Impairment (INACTIVE)

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  • 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...
  • Deaf West's Ed Waterstreet retires; new artistic director named

     
    Deaf West Theatre has named a new artistic director to succeed its retiring founder, Ed Waterstreet....
  • Valencia College opens ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’

     
    Valencia College Theater is presenting the Tony Award-winning musical comedy “The Drowsy Chaperone” as the opening production of its 2011-2012 theater season. This unusual musical was born in 1997 by a group of comedy writers who created a...
  • Five Yards at a Time

     
    The phenomenon of UCLA running back Derrick Coleman Jr. goes far beyond remarkable ball handling....
  • Monster Mash: Steve Jobs statue unveiled; Beethoven's deafness

     
    Paying tribute: A statue of the late Steve Jobs has been unveiled in a technology park in Budapest, Hungary. (Los Angeles Times) Genius: Experts say Ludwig van Beethoven's gradual deafness may have influenced his music. (BBC News) They're in the......
  • Back Talk: It gets better?

     
    TribLocal and The Mash, the Chicago Tribune’s weekly newspaper and website for teenagers in the city and suburbs, has been checking in with area high …...
  • Evanston police investigate suspected robbery of hearing impaired man

     
    A hearing impaired man was found lying on the ground in Evanston early Sept. 2, bleeding after an apparent robbery, authorities said. The man was …...
  • The health of our gardens, and the people who tend them

     
    The Dry Garden: Mow and blow crews -- and mow and blow gardens Years ago, as a photographer and I were at work on a photo essay for a magazine about some of the more accident-prone people in Britain, we......
  • Firefighters take on Chicago Wheelchair Bulls

     
    Arlington Heights firefighters are very good at fighting fires, but they’re pretty lousy at wheelchair basketball, according to their boss fire Chief Glenn Ericksen. To …...