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Dailymail.co.uk: 2Day FM breakfast hosts Em Rusciano and Harley Breen are furious that anti-vaccination movie …

Dailymail.co.uk: 2Day FM breakfast hosts Em Rusciano and Harley Breen are furious that anti-vaccination movie …

2Day FM breakfast hosts Em Rusciano and Harley Breen are furious that anti-vaccination movie ‘Vaxxed’ was screened in Melbourne this week.

‘Shown at Village crown, 100’s

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Thedailystar.net: HANS: A Door of Possibility for Special Children

Thedailystar.net: HANS: A Door of Possibility for Special Children

Special children, or to be more specific, autistic children, are profoundly artistic. Their art cannot be perceived through ordinary eyes- it requires aesthetic vision- believing in this, HANS, a university student run organisation started its journey on 12th October, 2005. Primarily it started with the aim of social progress through

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Dailycaller.com: Brooklyn Hipsters And Anti-Vaxxers Are Preventing Their Pets From Getting Inoculations And …

Dailycaller.com: Brooklyn Hipsters And Anti-Vaxxers Are Preventing Their Pets From Getting Inoculations And …

The growing anti-vax movement is spreading beyond calls to stop vaccinating children, to even family pets.

Veterinarians in Brooklyn say that some residents of the city’s most populous borough are now withholding life-saving inoculations from their cats and dogs, which may cause the spread of dangerous diseases.

“We do see

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News-medical.net: 'Residual echo' of Neanderthal genes may hold clues to deficits in mental disorders

News-medical.net: 'Residual echo' of Neanderthal genes may hold clues to deficits in mental disorders

July 26, 2017

Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) have produced the first direct evidence that parts of our brains implicated in mental disorders may be shaped by a “residual echo” from our ancient past. The more a person’s genome carries genetic vestiges of Neanderthals, the more

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Patheos.com: God, Gays, Autism and Embodiment

Patheos.com: God, Gays, Autism and Embodiment

What’s it like raising a child on the autism spectrum? Or being married to an adult on the spectrum? In an extended special segment, Amy and Christian Piatt talk about living with these and other realities, as well as how Church deals (or sometimes doesn’t) with special needs. We look into

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Gloucestershirelive.co.uk: Autism friendly screenings are coming to Gloucestershire cinemas

Gloucestershirelive.co.uk: Autism friendly screenings are coming to Gloucestershire cinemas

Autism friendly screenings are coming to Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud.

250 Cineworld cinemas across the UK will be holding the autism family friendly screenings, as well as Vue cinemas too.

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And Gloucestershire families won’t have to travel too far afield to attend these, as they’ll be coming right

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Donegaldaily.com: Surf's Up! – Donegal boy with autism films the benefits of Liquid Therapy

Donegaldaily.com: Surf's Up! – Donegal boy with autism films the benefits of Liquid Therapy

Noah Clinton, aged 9, has published his first vlog to show how ‘awesome’ surfing is with the Liquid Therapy school.

The Manorcunningham boy is a talented filmmaker and avid surfer who has autism. He has been surfing with Liquid Therapy for the past three years and this year he has created a

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Irishexaminer.com: Dr Temple Grandin: Focus on strengths rather than deficits in children with autism

Irishexaminer.com: Dr Temple Grandin: Focus on strengths rather than deficits in children with autism

Autism advocate and animal specialist Temple Grandin tells Helen O’Callaghan it is important to focus on strengths rather than deficits in children with autism

Dr Temple Grandin, renowned American animal scientist recommends one-one-one interactive teaching for 20 hours a week as early as possible.

WHEN Temple Grandin says you

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Learningdisabilitytoday.co.uk: Autism-friendly shopping coming your way

Learningdisabilitytoday.co.uk: Autism-friendly shopping coming your way

Hundreds of thousands of people living with autism stand to enjoy an improved shopping experience in the autumn with ‘autism hours’ taking place across the country.

A week long campaign being led by the National Autistic Society will see the UK’s busiest shopping centres and retailers turn down their lights and

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Learningdisabilitytoday.co.uk: Autism 'off-switch' coming to shopping centres

Learningdisabilitytoday.co.uk: Autism 'off-switch' coming to shopping centres

Hundreds of thousands of people living with autism stand to enjoy an improved shopping experience in the autumn with ‘autism hours’ taking place across the country.

A week long campaign being led by the National Autistic Society will see the UK’s busiest shopping centres and retailers turn down their lights and

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Wigantoday.net: Autism group's grand plans

Wigantoday.net: Autism group's grand plans

An autism support group has revealed plans to turn into a registered charity to help bring services “into the 21st century”.

Autistic Wigan Hub will adopt a dynamic charitable model that will combine leisure programming with social development and greater mental health support.

Darren Duddle, Autistic Wigan project co-ordinator,

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