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Thomas Greene Wiggins , an African American born a slave in Georgia in 1849 and who used the performing name Blind Tom, was perhaps the most successful concert pianist of the 19th century: touring America and Europe as a child, an adolescent and an adult, playing the White House and being written about by such expressive concertgoers as Mark Twain ... (more)
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A Boca Raton family already struggling with a special needs child is now left with no television, computers, broken kitchen appliances, and other damage after lightning hit their home Wednesday.
15 hrs ago | The Times Leader
A hearing assessment program for at-risk preschool children will begin in the fall thanks to support from The Blue Ribbon Foundation of Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
21 hrs ago | Freshnews
Asuragen, Inc. , a molecular diagnostic company using genomics to drive better patient management, announced today that it had received a clinical laboratory permit from the state of New York to offer Xpansion Interpreter, its reflex test for fragile X carriers and miR Inform Thyroid for use in the management of patients with thyroid nodules.
As children develop and grow, their perception of the world alters and morphs. Their impression of right and wrong progresses, they develop a deeper understanding of empathy and their sense of danger and risk improves.
There is evidence for some adverse events associated with routine vaccines recommended for children in the United States, although these events are rare, according to a review published online July 1 in Pediatrics .
If you're a regular reader of this blog, you would think that I spend a lot of time discussing autism spectrum disorders .
She was a terrible fit on "The View," but at least the presence of tight producer control and a diverse set of co-hosts kept her from spewing anti-vaccine views.
"Call me crazy, but I hear things that torture me on an unrelenting basis that never, ever, ever shut up.
SINGAPORE: A group of children from low-income homes who have learning disorders such as autism, dyslexia and attention deficit disorder will soon get subsidised therapy, under a new programme to be piloted in the North East district.
Florida is the second state in the country to create an Education Savings Account program, writes Stephanie Lynn at the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice.
It's new research that may have come in handy for concerned parents as a measles outbreak spread through parts of Canada last year: childhood vaccines are safe and don't lead to autism, a scientific review suggests.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 08:45 pm
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