Day: September 1, 2018

Nypost.com: This week's 6 must-read books

Nypost.com: This week's 6 must-read books

Lake SuccessGary Shteyngart (fiction, Random House)Hedge-fund manager Barry Cohen’s life has blown up rather spectacularly. His marriage is crumbling, he refuses to accept the autism diagnosis of their 3-year-old and he’s under investigation from the SEC. Fleeing the city and adulthood, he hops on a Greyhound bus, determined to reconnect

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Deseretnews.com: Former University of Utah researcher wins damages in whistleblower case

Deseretnews.com: Former University of Utah researcher wins damages in whistleblower case

SALT LAKE CITY — A former data registry director and assistant psychiatry professor at the University of Utah has been awarded damages in a whistleblower protection case she brought against the school, her attorney says.

Judith Zimmerman first filed a federal lawsuit against the U. in December 2013, claiming her

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Dailyexcelsior.com: Autism spectrum disorder

Dailyexcelsior.com: Autism spectrum disorder

Shria Abrol

The most interesting people you’ll find are ones that don’t fit into your average cardboard box. They’ll make what they need, they’ll make their own boxes. Let’s understand the world of children with autism who make their own boxes.Autism spectrum disorder is also known as ASD. ASD

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Upi.com: Obamacare Medicaid expansion may have expanded birth control access

Upi.com: Obamacare Medicaid expansion may have expanded birth control access

SATURDAY, Sept. 1, 2018 — Medicaid expansion through the Affordable Care Act, also called Obamacare, may close a big gap in women’s access to reproductive health care, a new study suggests.

In a survey of nearly 1,200 women of childbearing age enrolled in Michigan’s expansion of Medicaid for low-income adults, one

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Micetimes.asia: Discovered a new symptom of autism in infancy

Micetimes.asia: Discovered a new symptom of autism in infancy

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A non-invasive method can be used to identify symptoms of autism.

Scientists have studied young children with autism spectrum disorder and found a reduced braking neural activity reflected in gamma brain waves and abnormalities of movement.

Mitsuru Kikuchi (Kikuchi Mitsuru ) with co-authors

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Upi.com: Nearly 1 in 5 autistic young adults have history of depression: study

Upi.com: Nearly 1 in 5 autistic young adults have history of depression: study

SATURDAY, Sept. 1, 2018 — Depression affects almost 20 percent of young adults with autism, new research shows, a rate that’s more than triple that seen in the general population.

And young adults with autism who were relatively high-functioning — meaning they did not have intellectual disabilities — were actually at

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Bromsgrovestandard.co.uk: Staff from Bromsgrove firm take on Three Peaks Challenge to raise PS1100 for the Autistic Society

Bromsgrovestandard.co.uk: Staff from Bromsgrove firm take on Three Peaks Challenge to raise PS1100 for the Autistic Society

STAFF from a Bromsgrove company have completed the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge and have raised £1,100 so far for the National Autistic Society.

GMS’ operations director Ben Neate and national contract manager Matt Prokopowicz scaled the three mountains – Ben Nevis in Scotland, Snowdon in Wales and Scafell Pike in England

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