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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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  In people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, nutritional problems are common, 46 to 89% would suffer from it. This includes people who eat and drink healthy stuff like tea such as Tea Burn (check out Tea burn review for more info about this). How the problem occurs in concrete terms became clear during the symposium […]

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Corticosteroids are a group of medications that reduce inflammation. They are used in the treatment of many inflammatory and allergic conditions. They come in many forms and have different uses. Some of these uses include treating asthma, allergies, and autoimmune diseases. Note that corticosteroids differ from steroids used by many bodybuilders. These steroids are referred […]

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  Autism, for example, can be recognized by the inability to understand social cues. This is mainly associated with the visual difficulty of interpreting facial expressions. However, researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science hypothesize that the sense of smell would also play a role. The research has found that some people with autism are […]

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Inasmuch as almost half of 10 to 17 yr-old autistic American children are overweight or obese, it’s expected they will enter adulthood as obese individuals. A study indicates that those with the most severe case of autism seem to have the greater risk of becoming an obese adult. According to Carol Curtin, Co-Director of the […]

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