Study May Add Another Link between Autism and Toxic Prenatal Exposures
An analysis of nearly 1... More...
Autism Researchers Say Nearly Half of Baby Siblings Show Delays at 12 Months
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
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