Alice de Pooter, 3, shows her surgery scar and the bulge from a pacemaker battery Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015, in Tomball, Texas. An adult pacemaker saved Alice's life but specialists say pediatric medical devices built specifically for kids are a serious need. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)

Move to spur pint-sized medical devices to treat sick kids

The industry acknowledges medical devices designed specifically for children often lag five years to 10 years behind new technology for adults, and Food and Drug Administration statistics illustrate the disparity.

Snowday food truck employee Crystal Copeland, 27, converses with a customer as she takes an order during Smorgasburg, Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015, at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza in New York. Copeland is part of a group of formerly incarcerated young people being mentored and trained for employment in the culinary industry by the nonprofit organization Drive Change. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Serving second chances: NYC food truck hires ex-inmates

Jordyn Lexton founded the nonprofit Drive Change, which uses the food truck to teach the formerly incarcerated cooking, hospitality, money management and even emotional development to prepare them for re-entry into the job market.