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[000:16:59;00] unresponsive jill's 8-month-old daughter kate nearly died after8- ingesting a pod. a >> holding her hand, in her small seemingly lifeless body, pumped with drugs, and literally pressing the bag to breathe for her. li >> reporter: today new research published in pediatrics shows a 17% increase in the number of kids 6 and under exposed to laundry pods in just two years. according to national poison control centers, nearly 12,600 last year. >> these children have come in in coma, they've stopped breathing.co we've even had two deaths in the last two years. >> reporter: the danger isn't just to s. putting them in the mouth. >> the child gets it in their eye, they can have severe burns. >> >> reporter: it makes it easy to do the wash. but because so many of these are brightly colored, kids often mistake them for candy. a supervised play date at nationwide children's hospital in columbus demonstrated how many kids are easily drawn to the
pods. >> what is that? >> that's candy. >> reporter: in response to the detergent, the industry said it's rolling out new packaging and packaging labels. and said they're releasing their own videos. after two days on a ventilator, kate af survived. but tonight some of the nation's top pediatricians and poison control centers are urging parents to use traditional laundry detergents until children grow out of their fascination with pods. tom costello, nbc news, washington. gi we are back in a moment with something amazing. prince has managed to achieve days after his sudden death. achiev there are two billion people who don't have access to basic banking, but that is changing. at temenos, with the microsoft cloud, we can enable a banker to travel to the most remote locations with nothing but a phone and a tablet. everywhere where there's a phone, you have a bank. now a person is able to start a business, and employ somebody for the first time.
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42,000% jump in sales. prince, of course, was also famous for keeping tight artistic control over his music. a growing trend among big names in the music business as we were reminded this weekend when beyonce released her provocative new album "her way." here's morgan radford. >> reporter: the business of beyonce has everyone buzzing. the saturday premiere of her new album lemonade, the private diva got personal and political, with cameos with trayvon martin's mother, and lyrics suggesting marital strife. but fans hoping to stream the new album can only listen to it on title. the online music service with 3 million subscribers co-owned by her husband, jay-z. critics like at spotify say such exclusive contracts are bad for artists and they're bad for fans. because they limit artists' reach. what does that mean to
the um >> it means that they're getting it more directly from the artist. it's a bummer for the consumer that maybe they signed up for title and maybe they didn't really want to. >> reporter: beyonce experimenting with where and how fans hear music. taylor swift 1989 album is only streaming on apple music. adele said good-bye to all online streaming for her album 25. but despite the restrictions, lemonade finally went on sale on itunes and amazon today, sales boosted by speculation that many lyrics about infidelity were directed at rachel roy, accused of having an affair with jay-z. >> reporter: but as the chart topper makes lemonade out of life's lemons, her art becomes another smash hit. morgan radford, nbc news, new york. we'll take a break. when we come back, a fascinating look at how music is helping to unlock language in autistic children.
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realized it could help kids. anne thompson has tonight's "making a difference" report. >> reporter: tom peterson spent a lifetime playing with a rock band, cheap trick, 20 million records sold, a place in the rock & roll hall of fame. now the band's bass guitarist is aiming for a new audience, starting with his son liam. when did he really start to speak? >> he didn't speak really at all until he was 5. >> reporter: diagnosed with autism, liam was basically nonverbal until his parents realized music was the key. unlocked by an elton john song liam's mom allison loved. >> she just kind of mentioned, oh, liam, this song reminds me of you because you have blue eyes.
and he'd wait, and he would knew the last word of e >> we felt there was a lot more in there. and we worked really hard to get it out of him. tom took my notebook and he came out with a song called "what's your name." >> reporter: simple words, repetitive phrases, but no jarring sounds. all geared to the autistic brain. the result is "rock your speech" to develop speech skills in kids with autism. >> when we look at individuals in scanners while they're listening to music, it's amazing how much of the brain is active, and it's making the networks talk more effectively to one another. >> reporter: rock your speech is a family affair. liam's sister writing her own song for the program. and it turns out liam, now 9, is speaking, and is a performer, too. >> music is something that everybody can join in. >> reporter: a family bound by the universal language of music, now wanting to share it with the world. anne thompson, nbc
news, nashville. to do it for us on a monday night. i'm lester holt. for all of us at nbc news, thank you for watching, and good night. kathleen matthews: in the race for congress, i don't believe that big money can buy votes -- not in our district. and i won't claim to have single handily passed just
about every bill in annapolis. we can't settle for the same old politics, not when our basic rights are being threatened by trump and cruz. i'll stand up to their bigotry and be a passionate voice for maryland women and families.