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January 24, 2013

Autism in the News

  1. Autism Speaks gives grants to York agencies
    For teenagers and young adults who have been diagnosed with high-functioning autism, the transition to post-secondary school can be a ...
  2. Prenatal inflammation linked to autism risk

    National Institutes of Health (press release)
    Maternal inflammation during early pregnancy may be related to an increased risk of autism in children, according to new findings supported by ...
  3. Artist educates others on autism

    Wayne County Journal Banner
    CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) _ Artist Taylor Crowe of Cape Girardeau has traveled across the country sharing his work, and his life, in an effort ...
  4. Staunton police learn to deal with autism cases

    Staunton News Leader
    STAUNTON — Sparked by the November detainment of a jogger with autism, on Thursday the Staunton Police Department held its third and ...

  5. Autism: Richard Stubbs Redux

    ABC Online
    Have you been touched by autism? More children than ever are being diagnosed as autistic, but do we really understand what it is?
  6. UTSA opens new autism center downtown

    The Teacher Education Autism Model or TEAM, opened on Thursday at its downtown campus. The center will function like a teaching hospital and will serve ...
  7. Florence family running to help autism, not away from it

    Pennington gets daily therapy to deal with autism. His mother, Amy, is putting together a running race in March to raise money for families with ...
  8. Mack's autism not to blame for mother murder

    Busselton Dunsborough Mail
    An autistic man who convinced relatives his mother was alive years after she vanished has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for her murder ...
  9. Technology opens up autism conference to local audience 0

    Alberta Daily Herald Tribune
    Every year for the last six years, the Children's Autism Services of Edmonton hosts an autismconference, one that focuses on different areas of ...

  10. Genetic link provides another clue in autism mystery

    Medill Reports: Chicago-Jan 23, 2013
    Researchers at the George Washington University made inhibitory interneurons in mice glow green in order to map their progress through the ...

    Some Kids 'Age Out' of Autism

    Some children with an accurate diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may eventually "outgrow" the diagnosis and have normal ...

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