Day: January 9, 2018

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Elaine, do you think I would go willy-nilly into a situation so obviously fraught with potential complications?”

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “Elaine, do you think I would go willy-nilly into a situation so obviously fraught with potential complications?”

The Depression Monster is sitting on my head.  I’m ignoring him out of spite.  It makes me feel powerful (because I’m winning.)  Unfortunately, I’m still moving slowly and taking (really) long pauses to overthink.  It’s messing up my schedule.  I also got an invoice from the legal office negotiating the partnership at work.  I cried a little (because it’s fair despite feeling like robbery.)

I was raised by Great Depression-era parents in the 80’s. 

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Insideedition.com: Woman, 20, Falls in Love With Tetris, Plans to Have 'Commitment Ceremony' After College

Insideedition.com: Woman, 20, Falls in Love With Tetris, Plans to Have 'Commitment Ceremony' After College

Love comes in all shapes and sizes, and for Noorul Mahjabeen Hassan, 20, the building blocks of love are all falling into place.

The 20-year-old Florida student, who prefers to be known as Fractal Tetris Huracan, told InsideEdition.com she has fallen in love with Tetris and has been in a

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Tulsaworld.com: Turning 'A New Leaf': Broken Arrow nonprofit announces plans to build 'agrihood' in Owasso

Tulsaworld.com: Turning 'A New Leaf': Broken Arrow nonprofit announces plans to build 'agrihood' in Owasso

Casey Durbin and Gregg Melton are hands-on. They work hard, learn new skills and help others through their experiences.

The close friends work at A New Leaf, a nonprofit based out of Broken Arrow that helps improve the lives of adults with developmental disabilities and autism.

Established in 1979,

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Video:Fathering Autism- Weird Things In My Ears | Tech Tuesday | Wireless Headphones

Video:Fathering Autism- Weird Things In My Ears | Tech Tuesday | Wireless Headphones

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Glamour.com: 'Runaways' Actress Virginia Gardner on Playing One of Marvel's First Gay Superheroes

Glamour.com: 'Runaways' Actress Virginia Gardner on Playing One of Marvel's First Gay Superheroes

After a season of self-discovery and acceptance on Hulu’s Runaways, Karolina Dean became one of Marvel’s first gay superheroes. For actress Virginia Gardner, who plays Dean, it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that meant being a part of TV history. “It’s huge,” she tells us. “But I just want to see

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Houstoniamag.com: A Black (and Gold) Tie Affair

Houstoniamag.com: A Black (and Gold) Tie Affair

More than 200 of Houston’s glitterati turned out last Saturday night to toast Donae Cangelosi Chramosta, better known as The Vintage Contessa, for her 50th birthday.

Along with her husband, Rob, Chramosta runs the internationally recognized Houston showroom The Vintage Contessa & Times Past, which is filled with the couple’s carefully curated

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Themighty.com: Former Board Member of Autism Advocacy Group Charged With Abusing Her Autistic Son

Themighty.com: Former Board Member of Autism Advocacy Group Charged With Abusing Her Autistic Son

A former board member of the Kalamazoo Battle Creek Autism Society in Michigan is facing charges of child abuse against her 16-year-old nonverbal, autistic son.

The investigative team at WWMT, a local news channel in Michigan, obtained footage from the police that appears to show Fielding hitting and cursing at

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Stream.org: Some Fear New Autism Diagnosis Method Could Lead to More Abortions

Stream.org: Some Fear New Autism Diagnosis Method Could Lead to More Abortions

Labcorp, a top health care diagnostics company, recently patented a new diagnosis method that can detect autism. The method can even be used on unborn babies. 

The technique takes tissue or a body sample, the Burlington Times-News reported. Right now, autism spectrum disorders are diagnosed solely on the basis of behavior. Testing may provide “insights

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Statnews.com: Oprah 2020: Science is not her secret

Statnews.com: Oprah 2020: Science is not her secret

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prah is beloved. Her fans love her. Stedman loves her. Even President Trump loves her.

The science community does not love her.

Oprah Winfrey has had indisputable influence over public health knowledge. Millions of people watched Winfrey every day for decades. She has a monthly magazine with her face on the cover.

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Augustafreepress.com: Mary Baldwin University to offer first-in-Virginia autism/ABA degree

Augustafreepress.com: Mary Baldwin University to offer first-in-Virginia autism/ABA degree

Published Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, 2:18 pm

Front Page » Local News » Mary Baldwin University to offer first-in-Virginia autism/ABA degree

Mary Baldwin University’s College of Education plans to address one of the most significant and growing needs in education by providing undergraduate students with a path toward a

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