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College Students Help Non-Verbal Children Communicate Many For The First Time
Students majoring in communication disorders at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, are ahead of their peers nationwide who are working toward careers in speech pathology because of a one-of-a-kind program that gives the undergraduates more hands-on experience than most graduate students in the field. [Medical News Today]

Parental Divorce in Childhood Linked to Stroke in Adulthood
Children who experience a parental divorce are over twice as likely to suffer a stroke at some point in their lives, according to new research presented in New Orleans at The Gerontological Society of America’s (GSA) 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting. [Science Daily]

Johnson & Johnson Recalls More Children’s Medicines
Just days after Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ) Children’s Tylenol started returning to pharmacies’ shelves, the health care giant recalled about 4 million packages of Children’s Benadryl allergy tablets and some 800,000 bottles of Junior Strength Motrin, citing manufacturing problems. [Daily Finance]Help Save a Child – November Is National Adoption Month
This November, as millions of American families begin making plans for Thanksgiving banquets and festive holiday get-togethers, more than 100,000 children are again hoping against hope that some with room in their homes – and their hearts – may finally reach out and make them part of their own “Forever Families.” [Health News Digest]

Why We Shouldn’t Cut Food Stamps to Pay for School Lunch
In the dying days of this Congress, food activists face an awful choice: Should we support the increased funding of children’s school lunches, even if it means taking money from a family’s food stamps? That is what’s on the table in a version of the Child Nutrition Reauthorization Bill passed by the Senate, in which an improved school meal program will be paid for by cutting back $2 billion in funding for food stamps in 2013. [The Atlantic]

Autistic Children Get Trial Run for Air Travel
At 8 p.m. on a recent Saturday, Southwest Airlines Flight 2149 was poised to push back from the gate. Flight attendants gave fasten-seat belt instructions, and First Officer Peter Hayes announced, “There’s 25 minutes of flight time until we touch down in Philadelphia.” Capt. Todd Siems said the Boeing airliner was cruising at 37,000 feet. And after he turned off the seat belt sign, the young passengers were served complimentary Sprite, cranberry apple juice and airplane-shaped crackers. [The Washington Post]

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