The hormone is no better than placebo at boosting social behavior in autistic children, according to a new study, but it may still benefit a subset of people with the condition.

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One of my favorite rides at Magic Kingdom is the Pirates of the Caribbean.  Just like Haunted Mansion is Logan’s go to ride, I insist on this one.  Now, Logan is not a fan of the drop in the beginning.  When we first started going...
 In The Politics of Autism, I discuss the employment of people on the autism spectrum.Jonathan Bennett at Human Resource Executive:Businesses across the country are facing a labor shortage. Employe...

Mayada Elsabbagh talks about her “neurotic scheduling” (and its limits), why she is not active on social media, and her lab’s cookie time.

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Trials on a water-retention drug hailed as a promising autism treatment have been halted.

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Efficient and competent feeding skills ensure that every developing child acquires the right nutrition that … The post PRE-FEEDING SKILLS appeared first on Jewel Autism Centre Blog.
By Dr. Richard Moskowitz In more than fifty years of family practice, I have cared for many, many vaccine-injured children and adults, an experience that has convinced me that the vaccination process is itself a major cause of chronic, autoimmune...
Susan and I obtained a third-party neuropsychological evaluation for our oldest daughter, Leigh, to ensure she receives the public education supports mandated by federal law. Many parents don’t realize you can obtain and submit an independent evaluatio...