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7 May 2020
Mansfield, Ohio, United States
Under 800 Words
Lip-reading is very important for clarification for those who are deaf and hard-of-hearing, but the masks mandated by the coronavirus pandemic hinder that. In response, the nonprofit Catalyst Life Services (which curr...
14 April 2020
Over 15 Minutes
Noise pollution can have negative impacts on health, but researchers in different parts of the world are working on projects that all aim to address this concern. Some solutions – such as concrete structures surroundi...
20 February 2019
San Diego, California, United States
Broadcast TV News
In San Diego, Little Angels Service Dogs are being trained to not just assist people but also recognize symptoms leading up to seizures. This practice allows people to proactively handle their seizures before they hap...
20 February 2019
Technology is being used in the medical industry to bridge gaps often created by health insurance companies' reliance on reactive rather than proactive care. From hearing loss to family planning, entrepreneurs are fin...
3 August 2018
Despite quotas intended to encourage the hiring of employees with physical disabilities, many disabled people still face hiring challenges. However, a restaurant chain in Nepal called Bakery Cafe seeks to change that....
The Irish Times
20 June 2015
Under 800 Words
In Honduras, tens of thousands of people have hearing disabilities. The National Autonomous University of Honduras has developed software that converts spoken language into an avatar on the computer who signs for the ...
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