A Nassau Community College professor’s claim that she was discriminated against due to her “severe chronic sinusitis” has been thrown out by a Nassau County, N.Y., judge.

In Staskowski v. Nassau Community College, 16616/2006, Supreme Court Justice Thomas A. Adams dismissed Andrea Staskowski’s suit, saying that under the Americans with Disabilities Act, sinusitis “does not qualify as a disability.”

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