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Month: April 2022

Deepening Our Knowledge about Autism

Autism affects about one out of every 100 children, and it is often not diagnosed until later in life. Autism spectrum disorder refers to a group of conditions related to brain development that is characterized by some levels of complexity with communication and social interactions, atypical patterns of activities and behaviors such as difficulty transitioning […]

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  Eating well and exercising regularly will be a challenge for anyone. Except for those with autism spectrum disorder or intellectual disabilities, that challenge is exponentially greater. Many young men and ladies with autism and intellectual disabilities face a significantly higher risk for obesity, and every one the health complications that follow. Aside from diet […]

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