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Psychology Professor Provides Clues about Autism Causality through Birth Order Study
[2013-05-15 17:59:04]

More children are diagnosed with autism each year than juvenile diabetes, AIDS, and cancer combined. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism now affects 1 in 88 American children, prompting researchers to scramble for answers. Hoping to provide a ...

Autistic Children See Movement TWICE as Quickly as Those Without Condition
[2013-05-09 15:12:46]

Children with autism see simple movement twice as quickly as other children their age, according to a new study.

Extremes in Birth Weight Tied to Greater Risk of Autism
[2013-05-08 03:45:12]

A new study reports that babies whose growth in the womb is at either end of the extreme — either very small or very large — are at a greater risk of developing autism.

Study Debunks Lyme Disease-Autism Link
[2013-05-02 17:09:25]

A new study failed to find any evidence to back up a suggested association between Lyme disease and autism spectrum disorders.

Abnormal Placenta May Reveal Autism Risk
[2013-04-30 17:09:59]

A relatively high number of abnormal folds and cell growths in the placenta could be a strong indicator of an infant’s risk for developing autism, according to new research at the Yale School of Medicine.

Environment Interacts With Genes in Autism, Twin Study Shows
[2013-04-25 16:56:13]

Scientists have found patterns of change in gene activity involved in autism in a study that shed light on how environmental factors can work to turn certain genes on or off and contribute to the development of the brain disorder.



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