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The latest news on Autism, Aspergers and ASD
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Relaxing after spending his day at a work-study program for students on the Autism Spectrum, 19- year-old Jared Simione can’t wait for the summer break. “What are we looking forward to doing this summer?” said Jared’s Mom, Anna Simione to her son. “Going…

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Avoiding direct eye contact with others is one of the most common characteristics associated with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Many non-spectrum folks have traditionally assumed it is a sign of social or personal indifference. Not so, says a…

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – (CLARKSVILLENOW) There is a very special young lady in Clarksville, Chloe Sybert, who was recently named the Tennessee Miss Amazing Jr. Miss. The Miss Amazing pageant is a nationwide program and is an organization for young women with…

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Brian O’Roak Assistant professor, Oregon Health & Science University Over the past 10 years researchers have made tremendous progress in understanding the genetic risk factors for autism; however, many genetic factors still remain to be discovered and,…

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Keith Duffy has narrated a documentary about autistic children (Picture: Getty) Keith Duffy has appeared in a new short film about families living with autistic children. Ruth Langsford breaks down on Loose Women recounting her father’s struggles with…

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Mark Daly Associate professor, Massachusetts General Hospital Two seemingly different genetic influences contribute to autism: inherited factors and spontaneous mutations. We are racing to discover more about each of these paths, and yet this should not…
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