Day: January 7, 2018

Huffingtonpost.com: 'The Good Doctor' is Back. And Exactly Why Have So Many People Been Watching it?

Huffingtonpost.com: 'The Good Doctor' is Back. And Exactly Why Have So Many People Been Watching it?

It’s tricky to find an easy explanation why ABC’s The Good Doctor became this season’s biggest prime-time broadcast network drama.

Nor does the second half of the season, which premieres Monday at 10 p.m. ET, make things much clearer.

It’s not that The Good Doctor, which stars Freddie

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Themarysue.com: Jay Edidin's TEDx Talk About Autism, Gender, and Finding Yourself Through Stories

Themarysue.com: Jay Edidin's TEDx Talk About Autism, Gender, and Finding Yourself Through Stories

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Jay Edidin—the mind behind @WorstMuse, one half of the podcast “Jay & Miles X-Plain the X-Men,” a crucial contributor to this year’s Buzzfeed article about alleged sexual harasser Eddie Berganza, and ComicBook.com’s Comics Person of the Year 2017—gave a TEDx talk in Cambridge, MA last October, and it’s now been posted

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Cityam.com: More questions raised over Libor trader trials as families write to MPs

Cityam.com: More questions raised over Libor trader trials as families write to MPs

The families of three former traders convicted of manipulating the Libor benchmark have written to MPs in an attempt to clear their relatives’ names.

It follows criticism of the Serious Fraud Office’s (SFO) use of an expert witness who apparently lacked in-depth knowledge of the market.

Alex Pabon appealed against

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Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- *Reblog* It's a Birthday/Blog Anniversary Meet and Greet!

Blog:Aspie Rude Girl- *Reblog* It's a Birthday/Blog Anniversary Meet and Greet!

Lacey is having a blog meet and greet party over at Big And Pinky Toes, head on over and join in the fun if you’d like!!!

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You know what would make your Monday and really your entire week better? Being a part of a birthday/blog anniversary meet and greet! That’s right. It’s my birthday week, and the anniversary of my blog is the week after. So we are going to celebrate.

Below I

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Blog:The Silent Wave- Still recharging…

Blog:The Silent Wave- Still recharging…

I’ve returned home, with nary a flight delay.  In fact, we landed a full hour ahead of schedule on Wednesday night (!).  🙂

Since then, I’ve been switching gears, an activity that has never come easy to me.  (My Asperger’s/autism spectrum discovery of 2016 explained why, decoding for me what had otherwise been a very confusing personal trait that no one around me seemed to share or, for that matter, understand.  Switching gears is a

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Bustle.com: Why Are Some People Left-Handed? There's Actually A Scientific Reason Behind It

Bustle.com: Why Are Some People Left-Handed? There's Actually A Scientific Reason Behind It

Any lefties out there? Being a lefty is pretty rare — only 10-12 percent of the population is reportedly left-handed. What determines handedness? According to a recent study, why some people are left-handed actually has to do with the spinal cord and not the brain as previously thought. Though my

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Clickondetroit.com: Social media movement inspired by Michigan girl with autism reminds people to 'hold on to kindness'

Clickondetroit.com: Social media movement inspired by Michigan girl with autism reminds people to 'hold on to kindness'

MIDLAND, Mich. – The social media saying #holdontokindness is doing more than going viral, it’s going straight to the hearts of thousands of people.

On Wednesday, Nicole Webster was trying to get off a crowded flight in Detroit with her 9-year-old daughter, Lillie.

Nicole has brain cancer. Lillie has autism and is living

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Dailyecho.co.uk: PHOTOS: Hundreds of runners head to Somerley Estate for 50th birthday event

Dailyecho.co.uk: PHOTOS: Hundreds of runners head to Somerley Estate for 50th birthday event

HUNDREDS of runners faced the cold weather and took part in an annual fun run in aid of those affected by autism in Hampshire.

THE Somerley Estate near Ringwood hosted the event over the weekend in support of Autism Wessex, kick-starting the charity’s 50th birthday celebrations.

Following a thorough warm-up,

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Blog:Reports from a Resident Alien- Life is interesting…

Blog:Reports from a Resident Alien- Life is interesting…

Things I learned as a poor millennial renting a room in a half-refurbished 1950s house

Yes, it is possible for two cats and a human to live in a bedroom that is fifteen feet by ten feet. Unfortunately, the cats will use your bed as a wrestling mat while you are sleeping in it. Taking a shower in a fifty-degree house, with the window open on the five-degree outdoors to offset the lack of a

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Thetimesnews.com: LabCorp patents autism diagnosis method

Thetimesnews.com: LabCorp patents autism diagnosis method

By Elizabeth Pattman / Times-News

LabCorp has received a patent on a method for diagnosing autism spectrum disorders.

The method, invented by David Michael Margulies and Mark Firman Bear of Massachusetts, involves taking a tissue or body sample from a subject and then conducting a test to identify variant sequences in the subject’s genetic

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Cjonline.com: Telemedicine is growing, but some health care professionals say Kansas could do better

Cjonline.com: Telemedicine is growing, but some health care professionals say Kansas could do better

Before Julie Laverack’s son, Lincoln, could have his autism medications managed through telemedicine, treating him at home in Pittsburg meant “trial and error.”

Laverack said Lincoln has aggression associated with his autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. She took him to the Community Health Centers of Southeast Kansas

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Blog:Pharaohs World!- Does my blog matter ?

Blog:Pharaohs World!- Does my blog matter ?

Interesting point this as it’s a two point answer…or a two part question..or two questions..

I was looking at my viewing stats today and realised, depressingly, that nobody is reading my blogs.

Not that I’m forcing anyone to read it but, just not occasionally, it would be nice to think that I wrote something that captured the imagination or was interesting or useful and I had some views.

I’m a little envious of those who

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Dailyitem.com: Cold puts runners to the test

Dailyitem.com: Cold puts runners to the test

MIFFLINBURG — Icicles coated Kathy Young’s eyelashes as she made her way along a 1.6-mile trail at R.B. Winter State Park Saturday morning.

“It’s just another race day,” the Lock Haven woman said as she participated in the fifth annual CJ’s Resolution Challenge to benefit autism research.

Race organizer

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Heraldbulletin.com: Safety program for at-risk people returns to Madison County

Heraldbulletin.com: Safety program for at-risk people returns to Madison County

ANDERSON — After a two-year absence, Madison County is resuming a program that helps track medically vulnerable people at risk of wandering away from their caregivers.

Project Lifesaver is a Virginia-based nonprofit that provides small transmitter bracelets or anklets that emit individualized tracking signals.

The devices are for those who

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Mysocialgoodnews.com: BIOHM Health Spearheads Largest Autism Microbiome Study Ever Conducted

Mysocialgoodnews.com: BIOHM Health Spearheads Largest Autism Microbiome Study Ever Conducted

Microbiome company looks to unlock the mysteries of digestive microbiome as it relates to Autism.

Press Release – Cleveland, OH (January 5, 2017) — Beginning on January 11, 2018, BIOHM Health, a microbiome company guided by the cutting edge research of Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum, will leverage their DNA sequencing platform

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