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Ruby Joseph ByRuby Joseph

Recent Study Concludes Music Therapies Have Better Outcome than you think

Do relational factors play a greater role in autism assessment and music therapies to incline towards a better outcome? A recent study finds so.

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Isa Jones ByIsa Jones

Can Bilinguality Help Autistic Children Better Fare in Their Communication

Autistic children are often seen to struggle while switching from one task to another. However, a recent study has observed Bilinguality is often a boon and may help them communicate better.

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Ruby Joseph ByRuby Joseph

Have Researchers Finally Hit the Autism Treatment Button

The latest study in finding the probable therapeutic fixes and understanding the mechanism of intellectual disabilities and autism has led researchers from Nebraska Medical Center to conclusive results.

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Samuel Brown BySamuel Brown

Decoding the Risk between Autism and MMR Vaccines

A recent study reveals the much-misunderstood risk about vaccinations and suggests MMR vaccines cannot be associated with risks of having ASD even among those children who are at higher risk for the condition.

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Alfin David ByAlfin David

Can Video Games Help Improve Balance in Individuals Diagnosed with Autism

Have you ever found yourself trying to stop your autistic teen from spending prolonged hours from playing video games?

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Can your smoking grandma be responsible for your autism?

The latest study aims to decode a link between smoking habits of grandmother’s and their autistic grandchildren in a bid to uncover more information underlying autism symptoms.
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Lexi Garcia ByLexi Garcia

Can Blood Reveal Autism Traits?

Can blood hold the key to distinguishing between autistic people and their normal peers? A recent unpublished study has conducted intensive research and presented the results at the 2017 International Meeting for Autism Research in San Francisco, California.

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Alfin David ByAlfin David

Decoding the Underlying Link between Autism and Preeclampsia

In one of the recent studies, researchers have observed offspring being twice likely at a risk of being born with ASD to mothers with preeclampsia during their pregnancy phase. Researchers strongly believe there is an underlying link between the two, autism and preeclampsia.

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Ruby Joseph ByRuby Joseph

Can Sulforaphane Chemical in Sprouts, Broccoli Help in Treating ASD?

Sulforaphane, a chemical present in vegetables and broccoli, in particular, has shown promising signs in helping to improve few behavioral symptoms of the autism disorder.
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Isa Jones ByIsa Jones

Can Pesticide Exposure Lead to Autism Risk?

Researchers previously carried out have already proposed indicative risks about pregnant women who are exposed to higher levels of air pollutants have a greater risk in their child being born autistic.

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