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Why Kids With Autism Are More Likely To Drown

A new American study has confirmed what every autism family has heard anecdotally: Accidental death by drowning is a significant risk for kids with autism. Researchers at the Center for Injury Epidemiology and Prevention at Columbia University looked at more than 39 million death records over a 16-year period (up to 2014) to determine the relationship between autism and death by injury.
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Man, Dog Rescue Drowning Children

EDMONTON - Adam Shaw was taking an Easter stroll with his wife, two young children and the family dog when they heard the screams.It sounded at first as if kids were cavorting in the spring sunshine i...

Leafs Draft Pick Plays Beach Hero

LITTLE COMPTON, R.I. - A Toronto Maple Leafs draft pick and a group of his Brown University teammates helped save three young swimmers this week in Rhode Island.Dennis Robertson, a trained lifeguard f...