Autism and Toxic Chemicals: Are Pollutants Fueling Rising Prevalence?
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Autism's Subtle Early Signs: More Findings from Infant Eye Tracking
Autism Speaks Study Finds Advances towards Early Screening, Concerns about Path to Intervention
NEW YORK, N.Y. (January 29, 2014) – A new study from researchers at Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, shows improvement towards universal early screening for autism.
Advancing Earlier Intervention for Autism: Is Early Screening Enough?
Gene Change Plus Prenatal Exposure to Pollution Ups Autism Risk
NIH Funds Expansion of Research on iPad-Assisted Language Development
Combination of Stresses and Exposures Produce Autism Behaviors in Rats
Study: Moderate Exercise during Pregnancy Promotes Newborn Brain Development
Autism Speaks at Neuroscience 2013
Neuroscience 2013, the world’s ... More...
Study: Eye Contact Declines Early in Babies Who Later Develop Autism
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