Many deaf children lack early access to American Sign Language. This woman is harnessing tech to change that.

From apps to digital books, Melissa Malzkuhn is dedicated to making ASL accessible — and fun

These women care for their ailing husbands. They say dating other men is how they take care of themselves.

‘Unless someone has lived my life, they have no idea what it’s like’

Science has long excluded pregnant women from research. That’s changing.

High U.S. maternal mortality rates have intensified activists’ efforts to include pregnant women

Meet Madeline Stuart, one of Australia’s fashion models — who also has Down syndrome

Stuart is in demand at events worldwide, including New York Fashion Week

By age 3, she had her leg amputated and several rounds of chemo. Now she plays varsity basketball.

‘You have to look at the positive sides and not look back,’ she said

Kitty O’Neil, a deaf adventure seeker dubbed the ‘world’s fastest woman,’ dies at 72

Her exploits inspired a Mattel action figure and a 1979 TV movie, ‘Silent Victory: The Kitty O’Neil Story’

This 25-year-old woman is set to crutch the New York City Marathon two years after falling off a cliff

After an injury left her paralyzed from the waist down, Hannah Gavios was determined to rehabilitate herself

As maid of honor, I had the chance to be seen as a woman — not just a woman in a wheelchair

On display at a wedding, I was seen in the best way

Texas voted to remove Helen Keller from its curriculum. Here’s why it’s crucial she stay.

Deleting Keller could mean deleting disability from the curriculum

Hollywood is making uneven strides toward inclusivity

What does ‘true inclusion’ mean in the ‘Age of Representation’?