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Cruisn’ for Autism in Minnesota Ride celebrates 10 years

A brand new route will greet motorcyclists June 25 during the 10th Annual Cruisn’ for Autism in Minnesota (CAMs) Ride. For several years the ride began at The Junction/Cave Liquors, but this year the ride will depart from the Aitkin American Legion. …read more

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Charity demands action after rise in kids with autism

The number of autistic children across Northern Ireland is increasing, new figures have revealed, leading to renewed calls for urgent action to help struggling families. According to latest Government statistics, the estimated prevalence of autism and … …read more

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Having close relative with epilepsy may increase autism risk

London, June 17 (IANS) Having a close relative with epilepsy may increase a person’s risk of being diagnosed with autism, says a study. “Other studies have linked the two conditions. However, our study looks specifically at the brothers and sisters and … …read more

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Teen with autism receives 10,000 birthday cards after plea

A young woman with autism who was left crying into her birthday cake last year when nobody showed up to her party is going to have an awesome celebration this year thanks to her cousin’s online plea that has flooded her mailbox with 10,000 birthday cards. …read more

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Cops celebrate boy with autism after no one shows up to his party

NORTH PORT, Fla. — A police department in Florida came to the rescue of a little boy in need of some birthday love. Members of the North Port Police Department showed up to 8-year-old Daniel Nicastro’s party after his parents say none of the friends he … …read more

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Nutrient Deficiency Addressed By Therapist

We are overweight, sick, weak, tired, have autoimmune diseases, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, colitis, IBS, autism, ADD, ADHD, Aspergers, migraines, blood sugar imbalances that lead to heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, high cholesterol. You name it … …read more

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Major autism study needs Louisville families

Individuals with autism and their families have an opportunity to participate in what is expected to be the country’s largest autism study. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is reaching out to people in Louisville and other parts of the … …read more

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How Autism is Seen in Cuba

HAVANA TIMES — In 2013, Cuba had the honor of hosting the First International Forum on Autism and Inclusion, highlighting the Island’s excellent special needs education and the prestige of its specialists, however… Have the Cuban people, doctors and … …read more

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