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What Happens When Autistic Kids Become Adults?

New program gives main medical care, social help for sometimes “forgotten” sufferers. Learn More at: http://go.osu.edu/CAST (COLUMBUS, Ohio) August 2014 – Since 1987, the variety of youngsters recognized with autism spectrum dysfunction has skyrocketed greater than 1,100 %. Today, we spend $11.5 billion dollars a yr on all the things …

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A miracle treatment for children with autism? Pot might be

When Noa Shulman got here residence from faculty, her mom, Yael, sat her right down to eat, then spoon-fed her mashed candy potatoes — combined with hashish oil. Noa, who has a extreme type of autism, began to chew her personal arm. “No sweetie,” Yael gently informed her 17-year-old daughter. …

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Autism Severe Meltdown Had To Be Taken To Hospital

Riley had been sick for five days and he had a allergic response to his new drugs (steroid), It brought about him to have this match for about four hours straight. Riley has Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. Doctors ending up having to provide him one thing to make him …

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Code Blue for Behavioral Emergencies in Autism

Mother documents importance of properly diagnosing and PROMPTLY treating pain in NON VERBAL autistic son who couldn’t tell anyone why he was hurting. Her son, like many non-verbal, severely-autistic people, will use INCREASED self-injurious behavior, screaming or biting themselves, to try and communicate they are in PAIN. And need prompt …

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MMR Autism study: NO LINK BETWEEN VACCINE AND AUTISM

Another huge study, 95,000 children followed for 5 years showed no increased rates in children given the MMR as compared to children who did not receive the vaccine. This is not a conspiracy to make money for the pharmaceutical industry. There were hundreds of medical professionals, insurance professionals, statisticians and …

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Autism Recovery – Questioning the Impossible

In the midst of all the unknowns in the diagnosis and treatment of autism, UConn psychology professor Deborah Fein’s studies on recovery from autism have brought validation and hope to thousands of parents. Her research suggests that some children with autism can overcome the symptoms of the disorder over time …

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