Day: January 3, 2018

Fatherly.com: New Research Finds Autism More Prevalent Than Expected

Fatherly.com: New Research Finds Autism More Prevalent Than Expected

“Autism now is not something rare.” By Lauren Vinopal Share

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After rising precipitously over the past two decades, autism rates in the U.S. have stabilized according to new research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Exciting, right? Not so fast. The same study

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Wwmt.com: Videos appear to show former autism society board member abusing a child

Wwmt.com: Videos appear to show former autism society board member abusing a child

by CODY COMBS | NEWSCHANNEL 3

Danny Fielding faces several child-abuse charges in connection with the treatment of her son, who is autistic. (Contributed){ }

EDITOR’S NOTE: The video accompanying this article contains disturbing images.

The I-Team has obtained videos of what police said show a former local autism society

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- A Bratty Slave

Blog:The Secret Aspie- A Bratty Slave

I was thinking about R as I do. Lol.

And one thing I have noticed he is soooo impatient especially when he is waiting for an answer to a question he has asked me. If he was a sub I would call him a brat. He is impatient, outspoken, demanding, needy, can be a total asshole but I know he has been so hurt in the past that he expects everyone to let him

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Medscape.com: Folic Acid in Pregnant Women on AEDs Linked to Lower Autism Risk

Medscape.com: Folic Acid in Pregnant Women on AEDs Linked to Lower Autism Risk

Folic acid supplementation, used before and during pregnancy, may mitigate the risk for autism in offspring of women treated with antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), new research shows.

Norwegian investigators studied the risk for autistic traits in the offspring of close to 105,000 mothers with epilepsy and found those who used an

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- 8 Favorite Quotes About Autism

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- 8 Favorite Quotes About Autism

The square peg quote is my favorite, too.

Stim the Line

If you interact at all with social media, you’ll know that quotes are everywhere. They’re usually posted on top of images on mountains or sunsets, and are more often than not credited to ‘anonymous’. Not to say there aren’t some good quotes out there, especially ones that describe experiences, instead of forcing vague positivity on the reader. It can be hard to sort

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Medicalxpress.com: Prenatal vitamins tied to lower autism risk in kids, study finds

Medicalxpress.com: Prenatal vitamins tied to lower autism risk in kids, study finds

(HealthDay)—Taking folic acid and multivitamins during pregnancy could reduce your child’s risk of autism, a new study suggests.

Kids were less likely to be diagnosed with autism if their moms took supplements before pregnancy and while they were expecting, according to a study of just over 45,000 Israeli children.

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Pennlive.com: Autistic child molester begs for mercy, gets 40 years in federal prison instead

Pennlive.com: Autistic child molester begs for mercy, gets 40 years in federal prison instead

Although he begged for mercy and insisted he has reformed, an autistic midstate man who filmed himself molesting children was sentenced Wednesday to 40 years federal prison.

It could have been worse for 33-year-old Evan Lawbaugh.

Assistant U.S Attorney Daryl F. Bloom asked U.S. Middle District Senior Judge Sylvia H.

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Video:The Aspie World- AUTISM eye contact info YOU MUST know

Video:The Aspie World- AUTISM eye contact info YOU MUST know

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Eurekalert.org: Are vitamin supplements used before or during pregnancy associated with risk of autism spectrum …

Eurekalert.org: Are vitamin supplements used before or during pregnancy associated with risk of autism spectrum …

Bottom Line: The use of folic acid and multivitamin supplements by women before and during pregnancy was associated with a lower likelihood of autism spectrum disorder in children but this finding needs to be interpreted with caution because other factors could explain it.

Why The Research Is Interesting: Maternal

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Blog:Stranger Darker Better- Exploring the Language of Neurodiversity: Neurodivergent vs Neurotypical

Blog:Stranger Darker Better- Exploring the Language of Neurodiversity: Neurodivergent vs Neurotypical

Welcome back! Yesterday we began our journey into the language of neurodiversity by going over the definitions of neuro* words that relate to the concept of neurodiversity. If you need a refresher, the previous post can be viewed here.

Today, we’re going to look more closely at the terms neurodivergent and neurotypical.

To begin, let’s refresh ourselves on the definitions of these words:

Neurodivergent (ND):

(adj.) having a brain that functions in ways that diverge

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