Day: April 26, 2018

Wwlp.com: Autism on the rise

Wwlp.com: Autism on the rise

(NBC News) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now estimates one in 59 children has autism.

 That’s up from one in 68 children just two years ago.

 The numbers are based on groups of 8-year-olds living in 11 states, so the report does not necessarily represent the country

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Latimes.com: Here's why the apparent increase in autism spectrum disorders may be good for U.S. children

Latimes.com: Here's why the apparent increase in autism spectrum disorders may be good for U.S. children

The report for 2014 focused on 42,644 children in 11 states (Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee and Wisconsin). Researchers determined that 5,473 of these kids met the definition for an autism spectrum disorder.

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Wbgo.org: Childhood Autism On The Rise

Wbgo.org: Childhood Autism On The Rise

New Jersey has the highest rates. Researchers say that might be because of better awareness.

The childhood autism rate continues to rise, and New Jersey’s rate is the highest in the nation.

A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that one in 59 children were

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- The Struggle

Blog:The Secret Aspie- The Struggle

I’m awake and it is way too early, I don’t want to be awake, I don’t want to face the day and I definitely don’t want to study. There has been an underlining depression to my thoughts and even though I have tried to push it away it reaches out for me like a ghost from the past.

And thoughts of R bubble beneath the surface of my skin looking for a way out.

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