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Pharmacynews.com.au: Interesting link between autism and prenatal vitamins

Pharmacynews.com.au: Interesting link between autism and prenatal vitamins

Women who took multivitamins were less likely to have children with autism, but more research required

Taking a multivitamin in pregnancy may help reduce the risk of autism, researchers report in the BMJ, but more research is required before a change in practice.

Researchers followed 273,107 pair of mothers and children,

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Insideedition.com: Missing Toddler With Autism Found With Family Dog, Mom Gets Arrested for Neglect

Insideedition.com: Missing Toddler With Autism Found With Family Dog, Mom Gets Arrested for Neglect

Headlines by Deborah Hastings 9:00 PM EDT, October 5, 2017 William Odom, 2, disappeared from his Mississippi home with the family dog. (Harrison County Sheriff’s Office)

A missing toddler was found locked inside a truck, with his trusty dog keeping watch, hours after he wandered away from his house,

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Fox6now.com: $350K cash bond for mother accused in death of son with autism; bound with belts, set on fire

Fox6now.com: $350K cash bond for mother accused in death of son with autism; bound with belts, set on fire

MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee mother accused in the death of her four-year-old son — her only child, who had autism, appeared in court Thursday, October 5th for the first time since charges were filed.

Amelia Di Stasio

Amelia Di Stasio made her initial appearance in court Thursday. Cash bond was set

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Sdsu.edu: Improving Autism Education

Sdsu.edu: Improving Autism Education

An SDSU education researcher received funding to improve strategies for teaching students with autism.

San Diego State University education professor Jessica Suhrheinrich recently was named co-recipient of a three-year, $1.4 million grant that will be used to study ways to improve the implementation and effectiveness of evidence-based education strategies for

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Law.com: Justices Nix Exclusion Barring In-School Coverage for Autism Treatment

Law.com: Justices Nix Exclusion Barring In-School Coverage for Autism Treatment

An insurance carrier cannot use a general exclusion barring coverage for in-school treatment to disclaim coverage for autism-related services, the state Supreme Court has ruled.

In a 4-1 decision in Burke v. Independence Blue Cross issued Thursday, the justices determined that, although the Autism Insurance Act, or Act 62, was ambiguous, the

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Refinery29.com: How One Hairdresser Became An Everyday Hero For This 6-Year-Old

Refinery29.com: How One Hairdresser Became An Everyday Hero For This 6-Year-Old

His youngest client, however, is 6-year-old Wyatt Lafrenière. Wyatt’s mother, Fauve Lafrenière, told CNC News that Wyatt is both hyposensitive and hypersensitive, meaning he doesn’t feel pain from his hair being touched, but the sensation that happens when he’s in the barber’s chair can be unbearable.

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Albanystudentpress.net: ABC's 'The Good Doctor' Shines a Light on Autism

Albanystudentpress.net: ABC's 'The Good Doctor' Shines a Light on Autism

Katy Dara 2017-10-05 Source: 2film.in. Actor Freddie Highmore’s portrayal of a young autistic doctor has impressed millions.

ABC’s new drama “The Good Doctor” had a strong series premiere last Monday with 11.8 million viewers. The series, from “House” creators David Shore and Daniel Dae Kim experienced the highest viewership

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Nationalpost.com: Autistic characters lead TV's 'Good Doctor' and 'Atypical,' but are they realistic?

Nationalpost.com: Autistic characters lead TV's 'Good Doctor' and 'Atypical,' but are they realistic?

TORONTO — Characters with autism are increasingly finding prominence in film and television, most recently in the new TV network offering “The Good Doctor” and “Atypical,” which debuted in August on the streaming service Netflix.

Such series may provide viewers with a glimpse into the world of those with

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Victoriaadvocate.com: Gratitude expressed for support of Autism event

Victoriaadvocate.com: Gratitude expressed for support of Autism event

Editor, the Advocate:

Crossroads Autism Network would like to express our gratitude for everyone who attended, purchased raffle tickets and donated items for The Rockin’ the Blues for Autism event held Sept. 23.

We would like to give special thanks to Justin and Leslie Schroeder, Shane Schroeder, The Bug Man, Armer

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Pennlive.com: 'The Good Doctor' Facebook post gathers praise from viewers with autism and their families

Pennlive.com: 'The Good Doctor' Facebook post gathers praise from viewers with autism and their families

The new ABC series “The Good Doctor” debuted on Sept. 25, and it has struck a chord with many viewers with autism and their families.

The star of the show, Freddie Highmore, went on “The Good Doctor” Facebook page to share a brief video thanking the viewers for watching the first

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Msn.com: Are TV's characters with autism realistic?

Msn.com: Are TV's characters with autism realistic?

TORONTO – Characters with autism are increasingly finding prominence in film and television, most recently in the new TV network offering “The Good Doctor” and “Atypical,” which debuted in August on the streaming service Netflix.

Such series may provide viewers with a glimpse into the world of those with autism

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