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Clickondetroit.com: New sensory room at Grosse Pointe Woods school helps students with autism

Clickondetroit.com: New sensory room at Grosse Pointe Woods school helps students with autism

GROSSE POINTE WOODS, Mich. – A single room inside a Grosse Pointe Woods elementary school is going to help improve the lives of hundreds of children.

The staff at Mason Elementary School is trying something new to help children express themselves in different ways. It’s called a sensory room, and

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Thenewcivilrightsmovement.com: This GOP Lawmaker Just Promised to Battle the CDC to Get 'Real' Data Showing Vaccines Cause Autism (They Don't)

Thenewcivilrightsmovement.com: This GOP Lawmaker Just Promised to Battle the CDC to Get 'Real' Data Showing Vaccines Cause Autism (They Don't)

Republican Congressman-elect Mark Green is promising his new constituents in Tennessee he’s going to battle the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) so the public can get the “real” data on the link between autism and vaccines.

There is no link between autism and vaccines, but try telling

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News4jax.com: Study: Light, sound sensitivity ease with age for those with autism

News4jax.com: Study: Light, sound sensitivity ease with age for those with autism

New research shows people with autism might experience some changes in the condition as they get older, including improved light and sound sensitivity.

The study, a collaboration between the University of York and Stanford University, showed sensory responses change between childhood and adulthood in people with autism.

People with the

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Huffingtonpost.com: Tennessee U.S. Rep-Elect Walks Back False Claim That Vaccines Lead To Autism

Huffingtonpost.com: Tennessee U.S. Rep-Elect Walks Back False Claim That Vaccines Lead To Autism

Tennessee’s newly elected Rep. Mark Green (R) has walked back comments he made to constituents on Tuesday at a town hall, where he said that he believes vaccines may lead to autism.

Green, a state senator and physician, made the dangerous and medically-unfounded claim in response to a question from

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Freebeacon.com: Incoming Tennessee Congressman Says Autism May Be Linked to Vaccines, Suggests CDC Fudging Data

Freebeacon.com: Incoming Tennessee Congressman Says Autism May Be Linked to Vaccines, Suggests CDC Fudging Data

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BY: David Rutz Follow @DavidRutzDecember 12, 2018 4:24 pm

Tennessee Rep.-elect Mark Green (R.) told constituents at a town hall Tuesday that vaccines may cause autism and said he would challenge the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention once in office to get the

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Newsweek.com: Republican Congressman-Elect Suggests Autism Linked to Vaccines, Without Evidence, Wants to Get 'Real Data' From CDC

Newsweek.com: Republican Congressman-Elect Suggests Autism Linked to Vaccines, Without Evidence, Wants to Get 'Real Data' From CDC

Despite multiple reports that measles and other preventable diseases are on the rise due to the decline in vaccine rates, an incoming Republican Congressman is questioning vaccine use. Without offering any proof, Congressman-elect Mark Green told constituents this week that he believed children’s vaccines were possibly causing a rise in

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Thehill.com: Incoming GOP congressman says vaccines may cause autism, contradicting CDC

Thehill.com: Incoming GOP congressman says vaccines may cause autism, contradicting CDC

An incoming Republican Congressman told constituents at a town hall this week that he believes vaccines may cause autism, contradicting the Centers for Disease Control and other scientific institutions, according to tennessean.com.

Mark GreenMark GreenTrump to help impoverished nations educate their children US has made a genuine response to the

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Nj1015.com: No autism next door: NJ nonprofit sues neighbors over manure vandalism

Nj1015.com: No autism next door: NJ nonprofit sues neighbors over manure vandalism

MIDDLETOWN — A group that helps young people with autism transition into adulthood got some welcome news from an appellate court after getting anything but a warm welcome when they moved into the neighborhood.

Oasis Therapeutic Life Centers had sued neighbors after they said their property was vandalized and

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Medpagetoday.com: Older Sibling With Autism or ADHD Raises Risk for Younger Children

Medpagetoday.com: Older Sibling With Autism or ADHD Raises Risk for Younger Children

Action Points Researchers found that children with an older sibling who had autism were 30 times more likely to be diagnosed with the disorder, and 3.7 times more likely to be diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder themselves. The study suggests that physicians and parents may want to institute early surveillance

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Ajc.com: School where 13-year-old with autism died after being restrained violated state rules

Ajc.com: School where 13-year-old with autism died after being restrained violated state rules

EL DORADO HILLS, CALIF. — 

As a grieving California couple shares photos of their 13-year-old son with autism, who died last month after being restrained by teachers, other parents have begun pulling their children from the inclusive private K-12 school where it took place. 

The parents of Max Benson, a student

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Latimes.com: Kinks' 1968 'Village Green' album to be performed at Feb. 23 Wild Honey benefit for Autism Think Tank

Latimes.com: Kinks' 1968 'Village Green' album to be performed at Feb. 23 Wild Honey benefit for Autism Think Tank

That ensemble is scheduled to include guitarist-singer Elliot Easton; drummer-singer David Goodstein; bassists Derrick Anderson, Robby Scharf and Dan Rothchild; keyboardists Chris Price, Willie Aron, Jordan Summer and Danny McGough; percussionists Andrew Sandoval, Rob Bonfiglio and Nelson Bragg; multi-instrumentalist Probyn Gregory; and string players Kaitlin Wolfberg and Lyn Bertles.

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