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When I had dogs as a kid, and later as a young adult, there didn't seem to be anything difficult about finding the right canine or taking care of it. But things seem to have gotten a lot more complicated since then. First of all, unless you want a...
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A wheelchair ramp and handrails lead to Temple Beth Israel's bima. And restrooms have wide doorways to accommodate persons in wheelchairs. For having these architectural features and a philosophy of including individuals with disabilities in synagogue...
Autoblog.comFiled under: Safety, Videos, Motorcycle Now for a lesson in target fixation. As we're sure most of you know, your vehicle tends to go where your eyes go, and that's doubly true for motorcycles. Lock eyes with something you don't want to hit and...
In January 2013, Sue Davis from the PA Bureau of Blindness and Visual Services (BBVS), contacted Lions Zone Chairman Rob Stemple from Lions District 14M to see if the Lions could assist a student at Shade Elementary School. Davis indicated that 4th...
Few days opened more darkly for the U.S. Navy than March 9, 1862. Mangled by the lethal guns and armored sides of the CSS Virginia on the previous afternoon, the Union fleet in Hampton Roads still reeled from the brutal loss of two warships and 300...
Tags: USS Monitor, CSS Virginia, Unions, Mariners' Museum, U.S. Navy
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,"...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — A Bloomington man is promoting awareness of accessibility problems by compiling a list of restaurants that offer menus catering to people who are blind or have impaired vision. Byron Smith is blind and tells The Herald-...
KickingTiresIn a press briefing today, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood characterized his four-plus-year campaign against distracted driving as a "crusade." The latest weapon in the government's fight is a set of voluntary guidelines for automakers designed to...
Channel Guide MagazineAs we open this week’s episode, Dance Moms nation, the Pitt Crew is setting up shop at Stepping Out Studios in New York City. Because not only are we all going to appear on The View, but we’re also attending a competition while we’re out...
Last week, I shared with you the disturbing stories of profoundly disabled children being asked to take standardized tests that defy common sense. A tube-fed 10-year-old being asked questions about which fruit he would like to eat. A 9-year-old...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — The baby girl is small. Tiny. She has a big pink flower on her little head, and you'd swear she's smiling. Although she was born three months premature, Raela (pronounced RAY-luh) Ruchell Loe has plenty to smile about....
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