March Is Workplace Eye Wellness Month!

Prevent Blindness, the nation’s oldest eye health and safety nonprofit organization, has declared March as Workplace Eye Wellness Month. That’s particularly important this year, since so many people are working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning a LOT more screen time. So...

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“I started missing out on the joys of life.”

For Dianne Keil, losing her hearing dramatically changed the way she interacted with the world. As she described herself to us: “I’m a very active lady. I enjoy music, art, church, exercise, dining out.” But when her hearing started to go, “It made me something of an...

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Deaf Culture Enters the Mainstream

If you were among the millions who watched the Superbowl last weekend, you were also treated to a wonderful performance, as Deaf rapper Warren “Wawa” Snipe performed the national anthem in American Sign Language. His rendition of the Star Spangled Banner showed the physical eloquence...

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Time to Ditch the Gas Guzzler?

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought good news and bad news when it comes to reducing polluting auto emissions. The good news: fewer people are commuting, and that means they’re driving less. The bad news: fewer people want to risk public transportation, and they are driving more. More of those...

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