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Dr Renaud Guichard
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"weak evidence that EIBI may be an effective behavioral treatment for some children with ASD"
Questioning Answers : Today I bring to your attention the ' Cochrane does... ' findings reported by Brian Reichow and colleagues [1] which concluded that: " There is weak evidence that EIBI [early intensive behavioral intervention] may be an effective behav...
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How eating less can slow the aging process
Brigham Young : There’s
a multi-billion-dollar industry devoted to products that fight signs of
aging, but moisturizers only go skin deep. Aging occurs deeper — at a
cellular level — and scientists have found that eating less can slow
this cellular proc...
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Stopping a tiny - and deadly - fly in its tracks
Brigham Young: “The unique thing about the T. brucei parasite is that it relies on host glucose for survival,” said Christensen, whose study was recently published in top-ranked journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Disease s . “We know that if you could deprive ...
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Sulforaphane and autism continued: metabolomics wades in..
QuestioningAnswers : " We identified 77 urinary metabolites that were correlated with changes in symptoms, and they clustered into pathways of oxidative stress, amino acid/gut microbiome, neurotransmitters, hormones, and sphingomyelin metabolism. " So said ...
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Extreme stress in childhood is toxic to your DNA
TheConversation : The real danger of separating children from parents is not the
psychological stress – it’s the biological time bomb. The screaming and
crying, the anguish and desolation is gut-wrenching. But the fallout
pales in comparison to the less ...
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Link between autoimmune disorders and psychosis confirmed in new study
TheConversation : People with autoimmune disorders, a collection of diseases where
the body’s immune system attacks its own cells, are more likely to have
psychosis, according to our latest research . Previous research found that rates of rheumatoid arthr...
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Antibiotics before birth and in early life can affect long-term health
TheConversation : Half of Australian infants have received at least one course of antibiotics by their first birthday. This is one of the highest rates of antibiotic use in the world. Although antibiotics are effective and potentially life-saving for
bacte...
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Recombinant Polio Vaccine Improved Survival Rate Among Some With Aggressive Recurrent Brain Tumor
MedicalResearch : The poliovirus receptor (CD155) is an onco-fetal cell adhesion
molecule with widespread expression in all solid tumors and particularly
in primary CNS tumors (adult and pediatric). Recombinant nonpathogenic polio–rhinovirus chimera (PVSR...
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Can you catch germs from a public toilet seat?
TheConversation : We’ve all been there, you’re desperate for the loo, and
frantically hunting for a toilet, only to find when you get there, that
the seat is covered with “droplets” from the previous user. So what
should you do – carry on regardless, or ...
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Why do some people with autism have restricted interests and repetitive movements?
TheConversation : As a society, we’ve come a long way in our understanding of the
challenges people with autism face with social communication. But there
is a large gap in our understanding of another cluster of behaviours
that form part of an autism dia...
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