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Reprogrammed Cells a New Tool in Researching Alzheimer's, Schizophrenia, Autism
[2013-06-13 19:15:45]

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, autism and other difficult-to-study diseases now can be probed more safely and effectively thanks to an innovative new method for obtaining mature brain cells from reprogrammed skin cells. The method was developed by a ...

Nearly 1 in 3 Kids with Autism Have ADHD Symptoms
[2013-06-11 20:11:18]

Nearly 30 percent of young children with autism also have symptoms of ADHD — a rate that’s three times greater than the general population, according to a new study published in the journal Autism.

Special Learning, Inc. Promotes Global Autism Awareness with Complimentary Educational Product Giveaway
[2013-06-07 17:34:56]

The global special needs resource provider is giving away a free downloadable e-book to spread knowledge of autism globally. For the month of June, Special Learning is giving away The ABCs of Autism, its most popular e-book on Autism Spectrum ...

Special Learning, Inc. to Expand its Services for Individuals with Special Needs with Opening of New Special Education School in the Philippines
[2013-06-07 17:33:25]

With the opening of a world-class SPED school and integrated Autism Treatment Center, Special Learning solidifies its position as a leading global provider of solutions for the special needs community.

How high-tech jobs could solve the autism unemployment crisis Some adults on the autism spectrum are uniquely suited for tech jobs — and the industry
[2013-06-07 17:19:29]

Since getting his first Game Boy at five years old, Aaron Winston knew he wanted to work in the gaming industry. But as he got older, the prospect seemed less and less likely: Winston, who is autistic, enrolled in community ...

More Thorough Developmental Screenings Recommended
[2013-06-07 16:21:34]

In an effort to improve long-term outcomes, a leading group of pediatricians says doctors should routinely evaluate babies and young children for motor skills delays. The American Academy of Pediatrics said in a clinical report published this month that motor skills ...

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