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Healthy Food: Good Food on a Tight Budget

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written by The Environmental Working Group, a not-for-profit organization that protect shuman health and the environment; in collaboration with Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters that teaches families at risk of hunger how to get more food for their money and better nourishment from those foods.


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Do Vocational Programs Help Young Adults with Autism?

'Startlingly little' info on how to help those with autism perform best at work, says author

(CNN) -- Google "vocational interventions for young adults with autism" and you'll get more than 200,000 results. But a new study finds there's little science to backup the efficacy of current methods used to help young adults with these neurodevelopmental disorders segue into the workforce.


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Poll: Most California Ethnic Voters Welcome Health Reform

88 percent of Black voters and two-thirds of Koreans and Latinos support Affordable Care Act

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Health care reform -- enshrined in the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA) -- enjoys widespread support in California among African American voters (88 percent) and about two-thirds of Korean and Latino voters support the law, according to a Field Poll voters released this week.


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Survey: 17 Percent of High Schoolers Drink, Smoke, Use Drugs During School Day

86 percent of students say they know the 2.8 million who are abusing substances during the day

(CNN) -- About 17% of American high school students drink, smoke or use drugs during the school day, a new survey by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University says.

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