Day: Jan 23, 2019

Knowridge.com: Lack of zinc in early development is linked to autism, Stanford study shows

Knowridge.com: Lack of zinc in early development is linked to autism, Stanford study shows

The emergence of autism in children has not only been linked to genes encoding synaptic proteins—among others—but also environmental insults such as zinc deficiency.

Although it is unclear whether zinc deficiency contributes to autism, Stanford scientists have now defined in detail a possible mechanistic link.

Their research found how

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Video:Our AUsome Life- HER DIFFERENT STIMS | AUTISM FAMILY VLOG

Video:Our AUsome Life- HER DIFFERENT STIMS | AUTISM FAMILY VLOG

Kenzlee has a lot of stims and today they were excessive. I answer YOUR questions about stimming.

Kaden (12), Jaelee (11), and Kenzlee (4).
Each of the kids are on the autism spectrum and have been diagnosed with other special needs as well.
Autism doesn’t have a look and despite the challenges we live an AUSOME life.

I’m on all of the things:

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Iowapublicradio.org: Advocates Want Medical Marijuana Treatment For Severe Autism Patients Regardless Of Age

Iowapublicradio.org: Advocates Want Medical Marijuana Treatment For Severe Autism Patients Regardless Of Age

Iowa public health officials are considering allowing medical marijuana access for some children with severe autism. But advocates are pushing to expand that access to all patients regardless of age.

The Iowa Board of Medicine is formally considering approving a rule that would allow certain children with autism to use

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Nj1015.com: Exec stole $115K from NJ autism nonprofit, spent it on lawn and fish tank

Nj1015.com: Exec stole $115K from NJ autism nonprofit, spent it on lawn and fish tank

The former chief financial officer for an autism resources nonprofit pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing nearly $115,000 from the organization that is largely funded by taxpayers.

Peter Pflug, 56, of Freehold, the former CFO for New Horizons in Autism, pleaded guilty to second-degree charge of theft by unlawful taking. Under a plea agreement,

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Wrexham.com: First Minister Questions: Labour accused of “tribalism” over Autism Bill in angry exchanges

Wrexham.com: First Minister Questions: Labour accused of “tribalism” over Autism Bill in angry exchanges

Published: Wednesday, Jan 23rd, 2019

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The below is the first in a new quick weekly summary of this week’s First Minister Questions session from Cardiff Bay. First Minister Questions takes place every Tuesday when the Assembly is sitting and can be watched live via Senedd.tv.

For those who

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Patch.com: Ex-CFO Admits Stealing $115K From Monmouth Autism Nonprofit

Patch.com: Ex-CFO Admits Stealing $115K From Monmouth Autism Nonprofit

FREEHOLD, NJ — A Freehold man who was the chief financial officer for a nonprofit organization that provides services to individuals with autism pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing nearly $115,000 from the organization, state Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced.

Peter Pflug, 56, of Freehold, pleaded guilty to second-degree theft by

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