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Polio Is Now an International Emergency, Says the World Health Organization

World Health Organization: Polio Is an International Emergency

If you've experienced poor mental health and you read one thing I think it should be this. Ian Hacking's ongoing work about "making up people."

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India's Bold Solution to the U.S. College Crisis: Federal Universities

india's bold solution to the u.s. college crisis: federal universities.

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Supreme Court Case May Stop States That Still Execute Mentally Disabled

The Supreme Court Tells States It Was Serious About Not Executing the Intellectually Disabled

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Lunch with the FT: Tim Berners-Lee -

Tim Berners-Lee on Apple, Facebook and the Digital Divide | Financial Times 9/7

USAID | Learning out of poverty! Education is foundational to human development and has a clear multiplier effect with benefits in health, broad-based economic and poverty reduction.

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Understanding Deafness: Not Everyone Wants to Be 'Fixed'

Kids With Cochlear Implants Experience Cognitive Risks

malnutrition infographic.

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13 Graphs Anyone Who's Ever Been Depressed Will Understand

13 Charts That Perfectly Describe What It Feels Like To Be Depressed

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Sterilizing a Child, for a Better Life

Sterilizing a Child, for a Better Life: Though it can tread dangerously close to eugenics, some parents argue that sterilization improves quality of life for their disabled children, and themselves. | The Atlantic

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Deaf gerbils 'hear again' after stem cell cure

Stem cell research produces encouraging result for people with hearing loss.


My early days in the mobile revolution -

My early days in the mobile revolution | CNN 9/10


Bionic Brains and Beyond

Are people with disabilities surpassing able-bodied people thanks to technology?