Day: July 12, 2017

Healthcare-in-europe.com: New understanding for autism through eye tracking

The results show that the moment-to-moment movements of children’s eyes as they seek visual information about their environment are abnormal in autism and under stringent genetic control in all children. “Now that we know that social visual orientation is heavily influenced by genetic factors, we have a new way to

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Cbn.com: AMAZING: Teen Refuses to let Autism Define Him, See What Action He Takes

Cbn.com: AMAZING: Teen Refuses to let Autism Define Him, See What Action He Takes

A 15-year-old autistic boy says he is “putting his autism aside” to help brighten the lives of children with cancer. 

Carter Crocket is a high school freshman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While many may see the autistic teen as disabled, the children at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee see

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Dailymail.co.uk: Taking antidepressants during pregnancy DOESN'T raise a child's risk of developing disabilities like Down syndrome or autism, new study claims

Dailymail.co.uk: Taking antidepressants during pregnancy DOESN'T raise a child's risk of developing disabilities like Down syndrome or autism, new study claims

Mothers who take antidepressants during pregnancy don’t risk their child’s risk of developing an intellectual disabilityIntellectual disabilities are defined by an IQ below 70 with symptoms impacting everyday functioning The research comes amid widespread confusion and disagreement about antidepressant use during gestationAuthors studied children and found there was no link between

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Annistonstar.com: Autos for Autism

Students of The Learning Tree on Roy Webb Road, Jacksonville, will benefit from the first annual Autos for Autism Car Show event set from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 5. The event is free, and the public is invited.

“The funds raised will go toward educational and residential supplies

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News-medical.net: Genetics plays major role in how infants visually explore social world, twin study reveals

July 12, 2017

New research has uncovered compelling evidence that genetics plays a major role in how children look at the world and whether they have a preference for gazing at people’s eyes and faces or at objects.

The discovery by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St.

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Suttoncoldfieldobserver.co.uk: Volunteer wanted to live in glass box at Tesco New Oscott in Sutton Coldfield for TWO days

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A VOLUNTEER is wanted to stay in a glass box for more than two days in a busy Sutton Coldfield supermarket – all for a good cause.

The endurance lock-in at Tesco Extra in New Oscott’s Princess Alice Drive will see a the ‘suitable’ willing participant kept inside

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Eurekalert.org: Study: Diet not connected to GI problems in children with autism

Eurekalert.org: Study: Diet not connected to GI problems in children with autism

IMAGE: Research led by Brad Ferguson, PhD, has found that diet doesn’t appear to be a factor in gastrointestinal issues in children with autism. view more 

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COLUMBIA, Mo. (July 12, 2017) — Many children with autism spectrum disorder experience significant gastrointestinal issues, but the cause of

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Blog:Unstrange Mind- Friendship, Support, and My Inner Circle

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I’m going through an intense and exciting time in my life.

Like most (all?) humans, I am greatly enriched by any and all support during this intense time of great change. And I am blessed to have so much support and so much love from others.

I want to talk

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Express.co.uk: Katie Price and guest discuss hiring prostitute for her autistic son on Loose Women

Express.co.uk: Katie Price and guest discuss hiring prostitute for her autistic son on Loose Women

Kathy, 58, admitted to the panel – consisting of Katie, Janet Street-Porter, Andrea McLean and Stacey Solomon – that she considered going down that route just before her her son Jules’ 21st birthday.

She explained: “When you have autism, girls your own age find you too quirky and rejections meant

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Wustl.edu: In autism, genes drive early eye gaze abnormalities

Wustl.edu: In autism, genes drive early eye gaze abnormalities

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Twin study reveals strong genetic influences on how infants visually explore social world

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Metro.co.uk: Katie Price has considered hiring prostitute to have sex with son Harvey once he's 18

Metro.co.uk: Katie Price has considered hiring prostitute to have sex with son Harvey once he's 18

Katie Price and Harvey have previously appeared on Loose Women (Pictured: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Katie Price has claimed that she might hire a prostitute to have sex with her son Harvey when he turns 18 but is unsure of how much he should experience.

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