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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...
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Toys "R" Us, alleging the company broke the law when staff at its Columbia store refused to provide a sign-language interpreter for a job applicant who is deaf. The lawsuit, filed last week in U.S....
Because a schoolmate didn't quit, Lauren Sherry stuck with it, too. A student was having difficulty catching a ball during a game. The task was challenging, but the boy would not be denied. "He didn't get it at first, but he caught it at the end,''...
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...
In the play "Tribes," a young deaf man with a boisterous, hearing family learns something from a new girlfriend that his parents and siblings never bothered to teach him: how to sign. He had always been expected to keep up with them by reading lips....
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Channel Guide MagazineSwitched at Birth: “Uprising” airs Monday, March 4, at 8pm ET on ABC Family. For those worried about the prospect of watching an hour of television entirely in sign language — that means no voices or ambient noise — Switched at...
ABC Family will make history tonight, airing an episode of “Switched at Birth” completely in American Sign Language, with subtitles for hearing viewers. It's something the network says has never been done before on scripted, mainstream...
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!...
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Anyone who’s gone to too many rock concerts or worked with loud machinery for too long (or listened to too many kazillion-decibel advertisements at a movie theater) may eventually pay the price: hearing loss caused by damage to tiny, sound-...
Hearing loss among older adults appears to be associated with faster cognitive decline than people without hearing loss, researchers found. The study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday suggests that, on average, individuals with...
email@example.comNothing can prepare a person for living in silence. After all, the world is filled with sound — car horns beeping, babies crying, conversations and music bouncing off the walls of a noisy restaurant. But sometimes, those sounds disappear, either...
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