Archive for the ‘Medical’ Category

Tissue bank considers facility in Lee County (click here for full post)

This could significantly help those with autism.  Click here for the full story:  TISSUE BANK A Southwest Florida entrepreneur is two steps closer to establishing a medical tissue bank that eventually would be the centerpiece of a high-tech health research center linked with area hospitals, FGCU and the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in suburban […]

Mayo Clinic: ‘Autism has no single known cause’

Mayo Clinic: ‘Autism has no single known cause’ February 19, 2012 8:51 PM ShareThis| Print Story | E-Mail Story By PAM G. DOWNING/Special to the Herald One of the fallacies about autism is that it is solely caused by genetics. The fact is genetics is a major cause of autism but not the only trigger. According to the […]

Tummy Troubles: Studying the Relationship Between Autism and Gastrointestinal Disorders

Tummy Troubles: Studying the Relationship Between Autism and Gastrointestinal Disorders February 6, 2012jsnydersachsLeave a commentGo to comments Guest post by neurobiologist Pat Levitt, Ph.D., of the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, in Los Angeles Many children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) have co-occurring medical conditions that affect their quality of life and response to therapy. […]

Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs Conference (click for full post)

This looks like a valuable conference for all pediatric MD’s!  (I bet it would be good for adult MD’s too to service current and future adults with autism.)  Please feel free to share as you see fit! Dear Parent, There is busy, then there is “parent of a child with ASD” busy. We would not […]

Autistic Girl Expresses Unimaginable Intelligence – Medical Mysteries

Never give up looking for those missing pieces!    

Jan 2012 – Autism Research Institute (ARI) Newsletter (click here for full post)

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