Autism Speaks Launches Preclinical Autism Consortium for Therapeutics
Study Provides New Clues to Oxytocin-Autism Connection
Stanford University researchers have shown that the so-called “love” hormone oxytocin is involved in a broader range of social interactions than previously thought.
Gene Linked to Severe Form of Autism Stunts Neuron Development in Mice
Autism Study Flags Differences in Developmental Brain Chemistry
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Study: Kids with Autism Have Fewer Kinds of Gut Bacteria
In Autism, Voices May Fail to Engage Brain Reward Center
Ultrasound Flags Autism Risk in Low Birth Weight Infants
New study reveals very early brain marker of autism risk; may lead to earlier detection and treatment
Study Sheds Light on Treatment Targets for Autism
Certain Amino Acids May Relieve Rare Form of Autism
Father’s Age Linked to Increased Genetic Mutations in Children
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