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Chico State to host autism symposium – Oroville Mercury Register

Chico >> Chico State University will host an autism symposium subsequent month, bringing analysis and advocacy specialists to the north state for the 2-day occasion. In partnership with the Yellow Door, the Regional and Continuing Education workplace at Chico State will current the inaugural Northern California Autism Symposium on Sept. …

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My Son, Autism, and Me – The Good Men Project (blog)

The Good Men Project (blog) My Son, Autism, and MeThe Good Men Project (weblog)It occurred three years in the past. We gathered in an enormous room. My spouse, me, and a number of different skilled our bodies to debate the behaviours and thought processes of Alex. We had suspected he …

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New diagnosis covers ‘borderlands’ of autism spectrum – Spectrum

Syndrome similarity: Some youngsters who should not have autism might meet the standards for social communication dysfunction. futurewalk / iStock Children with social (pragmatic) communication dysfunction (SCD) have the identical options as youngsters with autism — simply fewer of them, in accordance with a big research of youngsters …

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Walk raises money for local autism awareness group – NJ.com

JERSEY CITY — More than 100 gathered at Liberty State Park on Sunday morning to boost money for a local autism awareness group.  The Hard Grove Run/Walk 2 Kick Autism started at 10 a.m. to profit the Jersey City Colors of Autism.  Vendors arrange firstly of the race and the Hudson County …

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Does Autism Risk Reside in Cells’ Energy Engines? – WebMD

By Mary Elizabeth Dallas HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Aug. 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Mitochondria, the facility crops of human cells, might play a big position in autism danger, new analysis suggests. Not solely that, historic human migration patterns might have predisposed some teams to a higher danger for the …

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