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Complaint claims school district discriminated against Latino studentsupdated: Tue Jun 12 2012 21:43:00

Two advocacy groups filed a federal complaint Tuesday alleging a North Carolina school district's treatment of three Latino families was discriminatory because it did not provide important information in Spanish.

How girls and boys differ when it comes to autism updated: Wed Apr 04 2012 10:35:00

Autism (now better known as autism spectrum disorder or ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder caused, at least in part, by genetic factors.

We must stop allowing mercury pollutionupdated: Wed Oct 26 2011 14:30:00

This November, the Obama administration is expected to move forward with long overdue safeguards that would finally protect our families from mercury pollution. As the mother of four children, I can only say it's about time.

Henry Winkler officially Most Excellent, receives honorary OBEupdated: Fri Sep 16 2011 11:24:00

Henry Winkler is often called the Nicest Man in Hollywood, but now he's also known as an Honorary Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE).

CDC: Autism, ADHD rates on the riseupdated: Tue May 24 2011 07:10:00

The proportion of children and teens in the U.S. who have a developmental disability such as autism has increased 17% since the late 1990s, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A coach to help with ADHDupdated: Tue May 24 2011 07:10:00

Students with ADHD can benefits from a coach as Ninette Sosa explains in the Health Minute.

Dyslexia: Scanning the brain for cluesupdated: Tue Dec 21 2010 07:35:00

For Carlton Davis, "the" always seemed to come out as "hte." Frequently having problems in school, he once threw a typewriter out of his fourth-floor window at college after making the "hte" mistake yet again.

'At First Sight'updated: Fri Oct 01 2010 16:26:00

Author Stephen J. Cannell talks about his latest book, "At First Sight."

Legendary TV producer Stephen J. Cannell has diedupdated: Fri Oct 01 2010 16:26:00

Television producer Stephen J. Cannell, known for his work on shows including "21 Jump Street" and "The A-Team," died Thursday, his publicist said. Cannell was 69.

A second opinion on learning disordersupdated: Tue Jul 13 2010 10:51:00

Aditi Shankardass explains how an EEG device revealed mistaken diagnoses in children who have developmental disorders.

Adoptive parents can feel overwhelmed during transitionupdated: Wed Apr 14 2010 10:13:00

Melissa Fay Greene woke up at night crying and wondering if she had "ruined our life."

Russia upset over adopted boy snafuupdated: Wed Apr 14 2010 10:13:00

Russia says all U.S. adoptions from the country are on hold until further notice. HLN's Richard Lui reports.

Adopted children at greater risk for mental health disordersupdated: Wed Apr 14 2010 10:10:00

Melissa Fay Greene woke up at night crying and wondering if she had "ruined our life."

People.com: Rosie O'Donnell: 'A Family is Forever'updated: Fri Jan 29 2010 14:30:00

The TV host discusses her split and becoming "the Gay-dy Bunch"

Freaky brain newsupdated: Tue Aug 25 2009 20:17:00

According to new research, the wiring of the brain may be even more complex than we knew. Liz Landau explains.

Freaky news about your brain may change your mindupdated: Tue Aug 25 2009 20:17:00

Space. Sound. Smell. Humans constantly process a slew of variables in their surroundings. According to new research, the wiring of the brain may be even more complex than we knew.

Disabled punk band fights for right to partyupdated: Mon Jul 13 2009 12:04:00

A disabled punk band has launched a campaign to fight for the rights of disabled people to be able to party late.

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