Posts Tagged
‘Autism’

October 14, 2021

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Tags: Autism, birthday, Boy, Friends, Messages, receives, Wishes

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Daniel Harrison is a 15 year old boy from Nottingham, England with autism. At school he was instructed to write down two important things he wanted to accomplish. His answer was to drive a car and make friends. His father, Kevin Harrison, said he was shocked to see Daniel wanted to make friends, as children […]

October 13, 2021

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Tags: Autism, ineffective, Intranasal, Large, Oxytocin, Spectrum, trial

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Placebo Effect: According to a new study, intranasal oxytocin is unlikely to increase sociability in most autistic children. amriphoto / iStock An intranasal form of the hormone oxytocin is no more effective than placebo at improving social behavior in autistic children, according to perhaps the largest clinical study of the treatment to date. The results […]

October 13, 2021

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Tags: AGE, Autism, COVID, politics

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From 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 itself is a major cause of chronic autoimmune disease, as is a significant number of respected published science to the same conclusion, which […]

October 12, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Dream, Finally, Hired, Job, Lands, struggling, Woman

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The 24-year-old Sarina stern is struggling to get a job despite the labor shortage in the country. Stern, who is autistic, had applied for several positions but was overlooked by all of them. She chose a professional training program at Sports Social, which offers programs for people with various disabilities. In the end, she interviewed […]

October 10, 2021

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Tags: AGE, Autism, winning

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By Cathy Jameson A friend shared a link to a video with me last week. Given the length, I hesitated to hear it. In the late afternoon, at a time when I am often interrupted by the children, I dared to start. The way life goes, I don’t always finish what I started. I had […]

October 8, 2021

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Tags: Association, Autism, National, Nonspeaking, Vision, WebiNAAr

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Whatever pathways, treatments, therapies, educational models, medical treatments, behavioral programs we pursue, the only, perhaps the only thing that has ever united the diverse autism community is the desire to help our children. From our friends at NAA. ### Is non-speaking autism a cognitive disorder or could it actually be a difference in motor skills? […]

October 6, 2021

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Tags: Alexithymia, Autism, measurement, outcome, Spectrum, Webinar, Williams, Zachary

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Zachary J. Williams Medical and PhD student, Vanderbilt University View full bio Register for the next Spectrum webinar with Zachary J. Williams, a medical and graduate student at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, who talks about measuring alexithymia in autistic people and the importance of developing and validating interventions for specific populations will speak. Press […]

October 6, 2021

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Tags: among, Autism, checkups, children, delayed, Diagnoses, lowincome, Missed, Spectrum

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Missed Opportunity: Most of the autistic children in the new study attended fewer than half of the recommended visits to healthy children. Maskot / Getty Images According to a new study, children from low-income families are diagnosed with autism about eight months later than their wealthier peers, regardless of how many “good children” visits they […]

October 5, 2021

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Tags: Autism, brain, form, growth, neurons, Precocious, rare, Spectrum, stunt

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Early maturity: Compared to wild-type mouse neurons (left), those in mice with a mutation in the MYT1L gene (right) mature before they can reproduce, which leads to an above-average brain. Courtesy of Jiayang Chen, Mary Lambo, Dora Tabachnick / Washington University St. Louis Mice with a mutated copy of MYT1L, a leading autism candidate gene, […]

October 4, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Global, Pandemic

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Categories: autism

By Anne Dachel Long live the big lie A few years ago I started writing about what I call The Really Big Lie on Autism. Here is my original 2006 article about “The really big lie.” In the years that followed, I added to the Really Big Lie story because it’s the lie that can […]

October 4, 2021

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Tags: attend, Autism, conferences, person, Plan, Researchers, Spectrum, survey, Year

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Session adjourned: Another wave of pandemics has caused some autism researchers to postpone their return to face-to-face academic conferences. ALEAIMAGE / iStock Today is the final day of pre-registration for the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) annual meeting, which will be held virtually and in person in Chicago, Illinois in November. For many autism researchers, however, […]