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Texas Family Seeks Cannabis as Autism Treatment – TWC News

AUSTIN, Texas—The push to broaden medical marijuana use in Texas continues. Last session, lawmakers accepted using CBD oil, a marijuana extract, to assist these with intractable epilepsy. While that was seen as a step ahead amongst individuals wanting to make use of the plant as drugs, some advocates say it …

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Dad walking through uncertainties of autism – The San Diego Union-Tribune

On Saturday morning, Scott Salter can be walking the stroll for his daughter, Lauren — and for the almost 10,000 different San Diego households affected by autism — on the Autism Speaks’ annual fundraising walk. Lauren, 23, is on the low-functioning scale of the autism spectrum. She doesn’t converse and is vulnerable to behavioral issues. She …

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Israeli Researchers Make Breakthrough in Autism Research – Algemeiner

Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. JNS.org – Researchers at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have made a big breakthrough in a singular research on autism that brings docs one step nearer to understanding the genetic mechanism for the dysfunction, in addition to with the ability to diagnose …

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