Posts Tagged
‘Infection’

January 18, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: gut, Infection, mice, pregnant, Problems, pups, Risk, Spectrum, ups

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Categories: autism

Boosting the Immune System: Changes in a mother mouse’s gut microbiome can induce an overactive immune response in her pups. IKELOS GmbH/Dr. Christopher B. Jackson/Science Source Pregnant mice that elicit an immune response have offspring with autism-like traits and an increased susceptibility to intestinal inflammation, according to a new study. The findings could help explain […]

September 18, 2021

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Tags: Autism, children, Infection, odds, raise, Severe, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Early Disease: Autistic boys were more likely than their non-autistic peers to have a serious infection before age 4. SDI Productions / Getty Images Serious infections in early childhood have been linked to autism – at least in some boys, a new study in mice and humans suggests. The results were published today in Science […]

August 19, 2021

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Tags: conditions, Coronavirus, correlating, Infection, Medicaid, Numbers, odds, Spectrum, waivers

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Welcome to this month’s edition of the By the Numbers newsletter! At Spectrum, we do our best to summarize the latest in autism research – and sometimes the best summary comes in the form of a chart or map. In this newsletter we put interesting new research results in a nutshell, […]

June 26, 2021

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Tags: COVID, Infection, Previous, Protection, Superior, Vaccine

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Categories: autism

Previous infection is superior to vaccine for protection against COVID By Cassandra Chambers Millions of Americans contracted COVID and survived. We need to examine the important question of whether they are now immune to the disease or whether it is advisable to inject one of the Emergency Use Authorized syringes – Pfizer, Moderna, or Jansen […]