Looking Back on 10 Years of ‘Baby Sibs’ Autism Research
Posted by Alycia Halladay, Autism Speaks senior director for environmental and clinical sciences.
Raising Autism Awareness at Megafest is a Profound Experience
This post is by Pat Robbins, Texas area director for Autism Speaks, and Alycia Halladay, Autism Speaks’ senior director of environmental and clinical sciences.
MegaFest. Sounds big, right? It was! Those of us who wer... More...
African American Physicians Embrace Autism Speaks Early Access to Care
Posted by Autism Speaks Senior Director for Environmental and Clinical Scie... More...
Pregnant mom seeks advice on reducing toxic exposures
“If exposure to toxic substances during pregnancy can increase the risk that my child will develop autism, what can I do to reduce my exposure?"
Understanding Sex Differences in Autism
Posted by Alycia Halladay, PhD, Autism Speaks senior director of environ... More...
Autism, Old Grandpas and Mom's Childhood
Two new research reports shine light on multi-generational influences on autism. Here's some much needed perspective on what they mean - and don't mean...
More about Prenatal Folic Acid and Autism
Posted by Alycia Halladay, PhD, Autism Speaks senior director o... More...
Finding Information on Autism-Related Genes
My 2.5-year-old daughter has a deletion on the short arm of her X-chromosome (Xp22.31). What do researchers know about the relationship between autism and genetic changes? How can I find researchers who are studying this particular d... More...
Breastfeeding and Autism Risk
Have researchers looked at whether breastfeeding or formula feeding affects autism risk?
Cord Blood Banking
Should we bank our new baby’s umbilical cord blood as a possible treatment for autism? Our first child was recently diagnosed with ASD.
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