Month: July 2017

Morningstaronline.co.uk: FIGHTING FUND

Morningstaronline.co.uk: FIGHTING FUND

How many young disabled people are missing out on a university education due to the complexity of a system not fit for purpose, asks Bernadette Horton

MY YOUNGEST son is hoping to start university in September here in Wales.

If he succeeds, it will be an almighty achievement because

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Dealwithautism.com: Finding a Natural Cure to Thyroid Dysfunction – A Comorbid Condition for Kids with ASD

Dealwithautism.com: Finding a Natural Cure to Thyroid Dysfunction – A Comorbid Condition for Kids with ASD

Autistic children are often diagnosed with various forms of thyroid dysfunctions. A recent study stated that the reasons for frequent thyroid complexities in children is often associated with a higher expression of a Folate receptor known as “Frα.”

The receptors are present from the initial stages of the prenatal

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Wilx.com: Researching the benefits of exercise for children with autism

Wilx.com: Researching the benefits of exercise for children with autism

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WILX)– Many studies claim exercise can improve your overall health.However some studies show how exercising can be challenging for children with autism, and other special needs.

Drew Parks is a researcher at Michigan State University who is working to learn the possible good or bad effects of

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Deadlinedetroit.com: Video: See Why This Birmingham Senior's Graduation Speech Exceeds 1.7 Million Views

Deadlinedetroit.com: Video: See Why This Birmingham Senior's Graduation Speech Exceeds 1.7 Million Views

Summer started with a big surprise for Birmingham teen Ben Gretchko, who’s suddenly ultra-popular on YouTube.

A four-minute video (below) of his address to fellow graduates at Seaholm High has been played more than 1.7 million times in just over two weeks. 

“I thought it would be an inspiring speech.

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Davidwolfe.com: Autism Linked To Common Agricultural Practice In New Study

Davidwolfe.com: Autism Linked To Common Agricultural Practice In New Study

Piles of research tell us about the health and environmental dangers of pesticides. Agricultural pesticides have been linked to dangerous health problems including cancer, birth defects, Alzheimer’s disease and kidney failure, just to name a few. According to a recent study, they’re also linked to autism.

Pesticides And Autism

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Telegraph.co.uk: Women should find themselves a toyboy if they want to start a family, Harvard study shows

Telegraph.co.uk: Women should find themselves a toyboy if they want to start a family, Harvard study shows

Women should find themselves a toyboy if they want to start a family, new research suggests.

A study of almost 20,000 cycles of fertility treatment found that women with younger lovers fared far better than those with partners of the same age or older.

Experts said sperm from younger

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Blog:The Silent Wave- Asperger's / autism and the mental jukebox

I’m awake, therefore there’s a song running through my head.

Today, because it’s sunny (in South Texas, what else is new?), and I’m reasonably relaxed and content, the song happens to be “Sonic” (link to YouTube video), by The Charlatans UK, a fairly unknown and under-appreciated track from their fantastic 1990 release, Some Friendly.

It’s a simple and shimmery song, with an incessant quick-paced beat, but it’s neither upsetting nor overwhelming.  It mirrors my emotional

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Thesun.co.uk: Paddy McGuinness' wife Christine reveals their four-year-old twins have autism

Thesun.co.uk: Paddy McGuinness' wife Christine reveals their four-year-old twins have autism

‘YOU AMAZE ME EVERYDAY’

The star made the revelation in a heartfelt Instagram post to celebrate their fourth birthdays

PADDY McGuinness’ wife Christine has revealed in an emotional Instagram post that her twins have autism.

The mum-of-three posted a heartfelt poem on the social media site to celebrate Leo

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Yourlocalguardian.co.uk: Paddy McGuinness's wife reveals their twins have autism

Yourlocalguardian.co.uk: Paddy McGuinness's wife reveals their twins have autism

Take Me Out star Paddy McGuinness’s wife has told fans their four-year-old twins have autism.

Model Christine McGuinness, 29, revealed both son Leo and daughter Penelope have the condition in a touching Instagram post to mark their fourth birthday.

She wrote: “Today you both turn four, and I celebrate so

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Dailymail.co.uk: 'You are beautiful inside and out in an extra special way': Paddy McGuinness' wife Christine reveals their four-year-old twins have autism

Dailymail.co.uk: 'You are beautiful inside and out in an extra special way': Paddy McGuinness' wife Christine reveals their four-year-old twins have autism

Paddy McGuinness’ wife Christine has revealed their four-year-old twins have autism. 

The 29-year-old, who shares twins Leo and Penelope as well as a baby daughter Felicity with the

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