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A Radical Theory of Autism

Mirror neurons, the cells within the mind that fireplace when watching others do actions, is perhaps poor in individuals with autism. Perhaps, medicine like ecstasy that improve empathy, might be used to deal with this deficiency. Check out the remaining of V.S. Ramachandran’s interview at http://bigthink.com/vsramachandran. V.S. Ramachandran: Children with …

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How is Autism Diagnosed? | Autism

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Autism Assessment, Katherine Tsatsanis

The central theme of this presentation is analysis and evaluation of autism spectrum issues. Diagnosis is a medical endeavor, made by skilled clinicians with information of the options of ASDs. The latter are outlined in behavioral phrases and fall into three main classes: social, communication, and restricted and repetitive behaviors. …

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Autism, Functional Medicine – Know The Cause – 8/25/17 B

Show Summary Autism, Functional Medicine – 1st Episode (11176) Host: Doug Kaufmann Guests: Jenny Hrbacek, Deborah Bain, MD, Kyle Drew Topics: Functional Medicine: Dr Deborah Bain, MD Autism… Doug’s Hypothesis Dandelion Root: Jenny Hrbacek, RN Facebook Questions Psoriasis And Fungus SUBSCRIBE To Our Channel ➥ http://9nl.co/57rp Facebook ➥ http://9nl.co/amk9 Twitter …

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Computer algorithm links facial masculinity to autism

A hyperlink between masculine facial options and autism has been found by researchers from The University of Western Australia, Telethon Kids Institute and Princess Margaret Hospital for Children. The first-of-its-kind research used 3D photogrammetry to look at whether or not pre-pubescent girls and boys with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) …

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