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  • After the NICU: Educational tools for those caring for babies born drug-dependent

    After the NICU: Educational tools for those caring for babies born drug-dependent

    Friday, April 18 2014 8:45 PM EDT2014-04-19 00:45:45 GMT
    After the NICUPrevious Stories:Sullivan County has the highest rate of drug dependent newborns in the stateMoms of drug-exposed newborns one step closer to facing jail timeCopyright 2014 WJHL. All rights reserved.
    After the NICUPrevious Stories:Sullivan County has the highest rate of drug dependent newborns in the stateMoms of drug-exposed newborns one step closer to facing jail timeCopyright 2014 WJHL. All rights reserved.
  • Autism Alert: Early Diagnosis — Early Treatment

    Autism Alert: Early Diagnosis — Early Treatment

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    (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Although autism is a complicated and varied condition, there are some tests that can help diagnose children.For example, scientists can look to see which side of an adult’s face babies focus on.
    (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Although autism is a complicated and varied condition, there are some tests that can help diagnose children.For example, scientists can look to see which side of an adult’s face babies focus on.
  • People with disabilities lose part-time jobs with VA

    People with disabilities lose part-time jobs with VA

    Friday, April 18 2014 5:03 PM EDT2014-04-18 21:03:02 GMT
    For nearly 20 years, people with disabilities have worked inside the cafeteria at Mountain Home VA campus. Recently that long run came to an end for six part-time employees. Allan Cole is one of them. The 52 year-old man has Down's syndrome. Before he lost his job last month he had worked at the VA for 16 years. "I miss my friends," Cole said. "I wish I could go back. It's hard to say goodbye."
    For nearly 20 years, people with disabilities have worked inside the cafeteria at Mountain Home VA campus. Recently that long run came to an end for six part-time employees. Allan Cole is one of them. The 52 year-old man has Down's syndrome. Before he lost his job last month he had worked at the VA for 16 years. "I miss my friends," Cole said. "I wish I could go back. It's hard to say goodbye."
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