Day: January 4, 2018

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- A great song of it's time…

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- A great song of it's time…

This song is probably one of the best songs of it’s time, but it is at least one of my all time favorite songs. In some weird way it reminds me of my autism, those days I wish things weren’t so impossible to over come. I blame society, but still… Great song. It is also one of the many songs both my dad and I share the love for. 🙂

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Sha la, la,

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Newsmax.com: Prenatal Vitamins Lower Autism Risk

Newsmax.com: Prenatal Vitamins Lower Autism Risk

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.

“Reduced

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Healthcentral.com: Can Prenatal Supplements Reduce Autism Risk?

Healthcentral.com: Can Prenatal Supplements Reduce Autism Risk?

Can Prenatal Supplements Reduce Autism Risk?

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Studies have shown that maternal vitamin and mineral deficiencies during pregnancy may be associated with an increased risk for neurological problems in children. Therefore, prenatal dietary supplements are routinely recommended, and women of childbearing age are often advised to

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- I am sick…Life rant with some good news. (Crap blog title tbh)

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- I am sick…Life rant with some good news. (Crap blog title tbh)

Hello all my lovely followers and readers!

This is not a planned post, but today is one of my scheduled days to post a blog so here we go… Just keep in mind it is not planned and probably won’t be edited much, so if it is kind of sounds like a ramble I am sorry ahead of time. Think I will kinda write this post like a journal or thought entry. 😃

I will

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Futurity.org: Is autism more common that we thought?

Futurity.org: Is autism more common that we thought?

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The number of children in the United States diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder may be significantly higher than previously thought, a new analysis suggests.

The analysis of data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that 2.4 percent of American children

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Signalscv.com: COC to prepare 'Uniquely Abled' students for manufacturing careers

Signalscv.com: COC to prepare 'Uniquely Abled' students for manufacturing careers

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This March, College of the Canyons will begin its partnership with the Uniquely Abled Project to train individuals with

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Video:Remrovs World of Autism- Happy New Year – Remrov’s World of Autism #54

Video:Remrovs World of Autism- Happy New Year – Remrov’s World of Autism #54

Happy New year!
In this video Remrov wishes everybody a very happy new year, and he shares his goals with you for the new year.

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Psychcentral.com: Vitamin Supplements for Mom May Reduce Autism Risk in Kids

Psychcentral.com: Vitamin Supplements for Mom May Reduce Autism Risk in Kids

A new study finds soft evidence that the use of folic acid and multivitamin supplements by women before and during pregnancy may lessen the likelihood of autism spectrum disorder in children. Investigators note, however, that this finding needs to be interpreted with caution because other factors could explain it.

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Spectrumnews.org: Anxiety drug reverses problems in mice with autism mutation

Spectrumnews.org: Anxiety drug reverses problems in mice with autism mutation

Social drug: Mice with only one working copy of ARID1B interact more with unfamiliar mice after receiving clonazepam.

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A widely used anxiety drug can eliminate some of the cognitive and social problems seen in mice missing a copy of ARID1B, a gene associated with autism1.

The drug, clonazepam,

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Video:Ambitious about Autism- Martyn Craddock is ambitious about autism!

Video:Ambitious about Autism- Martyn Craddock is ambitious about autism!

Martyn Craddock has taken on 13 challenges over 12 months for Ambitious about Autism and has raised over PS2,500. If you’re interested in taking on a challenge for autism, visit https://www.ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk/take-action/events

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Radiotimes.com: Paddy McGuinness is scammed out of PS600 by someone posing as Derek Griffiths on Twitter

Radiotimes.com: Paddy McGuinness is scammed out of PS600 by someone posing as Derek Griffiths on Twitter

Thursday, 4th January 2018 at 11:16 am

Paddy McGuinness has revealed that he was scammed out of £600 by someone pretending to be Derek Griffiths.

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The Take Me Out host had excitedly tweeted about winning an auction on eBay for a dinner with the children’s TV and Coronation

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Video:Purple Ella- HAPPY AUTISTIC NEW YEAR|Purple Ella

Video:Purple Ella- HAPPY AUTISTIC NEW YEAR|Purple Ella

First video of 2017 a Happy Autistic New Year. I’m talking about New Year and autism and a catch up on life in the Purple house over Christmas holidays. If you like my videos don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE and ring the NOTIFICATION BELL. More below.

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Ideamensch.com: Kelle Rich – Executive Director of Central Texas Autism Center

Ideamensch.com: Kelle Rich – Executive Director of Central Texas Autism Center

Learn how to delegate, recognize strengths and weaknesses (“know thyself”) and never be afraid to ask for help.”

Kelle Wood Rich grew up in Dallas, Texas and attended the prestigious college preparatory school, The Greenhill School, from K-12. It was there that she received her first exposure to behavior

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Timesofisrael.com: Women who take vitamins, folic acid '73% less likely to have autistic child'

Timesofisrael.com: Women who take vitamins, folic acid '73% less likely to have autistic child'

Expectant mothers who take folic acid and multivitamin supplements before and during pregnancy appear to be far less at risk of bearing children with autism, a new study led by the University of Haifa suggests.

Women who take the supplements prior to pregnancy are 61 percent less likely to have

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