Autism News

Autism and ADHD solutions revealed

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(NaturalHealth365) About 1 in 68 American children have some form of autism, according to official government estimates. That number is likely higher, however, as a survey of parents by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that as many as 1 in 45 children, ages 3 through 17, have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Exposing the cause ... Read More »

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Researchers say aborted fetal cells in vaccines causing increase in autism

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(NaturalHealth365) Autism is a brain disorder that causes symptoms that typically become noticeable no later than age three. It affects a child’s ability to communicate both verbally and non-verbally and also affects social interactions and relationships. In addition, autism can dramatically lower a child’s interest in socializing and may cause a preoccupation with certain activities, toys or routines. It is ... Read More »

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Antibiotic use in infants linked to asthma

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(NaturalHealth365) Many parents of children with autism, ADHD, asthma and allergies (the 4 A’s) note that their children were frequently on antibiotics. A recent study found a link between antibiotic use during the first year of life and the development of asthma. How does antibiotic use cause asthma? New research published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine states that impaired viral ... Read More »

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What environmental factors contribute to dyslexia?

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(NaturalHealth365) Dyslexia is more than just having a reading problem, science shows us that dyslexia is actually a linguistic issue and that people of all IQ levels can be impacted. The effects of dyslexia varies from person to person with the only shared trait being that people with dyslexia read at significantly lower levels than people their age. Dyslexia affects ... Read More »

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Aluminum in baby formula and vaccines

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(NaturalHealth365) Over the last few years, newborn babies have been overexposed to aluminum with potential harmful consequences. Babies and particularly newborn babies, are at increased risk of aluminum toxicity because of their immaturity. According to the World Journal of Pediatrics, researchers looked at the role of aluminum in parenteral nutrition solutions, in adjuvants of vaccines and in pharmaceutical products. The ... Read More »

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Minerals imbalances influence learning disorders

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(NaturalHealth365) You’re told your child has ADHD . Some might say “Well, he’s a boy. Boys are more rambunctious,” while some may suggest medication or blame lack of discipline for your child’s behavior. Still others may suggest changing diet, taking Omega 3’s and cutting back on artificial food coloring – which I think is good advice. However did you know ... Read More »

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New study reveals major cause for autism

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(NaturalHealth365) Most studies on autism focus on genetics and while there have been a great number of studies identifying specific genes involved in the disorder, many experts have made it clear that there is no such thing as a ‘genetic epidemic.’ This has spurred studies on environmental factors that could cause autism or if exposed to in-utero, alter genes so ... Read More »

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Greater risk of digestive problems in autistic children

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(NaturalHealth365) A new study confirms what many parents have been saying for years – children with autism are more likely to have gastrointestinal complaints than their typically developing peers. In fact, according to the results published online in the journal Pediatrics, children with autism are three times more likely to experience constipation and diarrhea plus experience twice as much abdominal ... Read More »

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Autism news: The healing power of loving dogs

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(NaturalHealth365) Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) continues to rise across the nation, with the Centers for Disease Control reporting that 1 in 68 children is currently affected. ASD, a group of neurodevelopmental disorders characterized by cognitive and social impairments plus communication difficulties. Now, emerging research indicates that the simple fact of dog ownership can reduce stress in autistic children and facilitate ... Read More »

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The problem with Autism Awareness Month

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(NaturalHealth365) April is Autism Awareness Month and I have always changed this to Autism Causation and Treatment Month. Unfortunately, too many of us are already aware of autism and the numbers keep growing daily. So, what’s the problem? According to Autism Speaks, a child is diagnosed with autism every 11 minutes. We already have awareness, what we need now is ... Read More »

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Autism continues to rise across the nation

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(NaturalHealth365) The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released the latest autism numbers in March and in a continuing disturbing trend, the numbers are rising quickly. Just a few years ago, the number of children affected by autism was estimated to be 1 in 88 and now it is 1 in 68 – roughly a 30% increase. Boys continue to be ... Read More »

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Science says gut health controls human behavior

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(NaturalHealth365) We’ve all had those ‘gut feelings’ and sometimes make decisions based on those feelings. Dr. Emeran Mayer, out of UCLA, states that there may be a reason for this phenomenon because gut microbes affect what goes on in our brain. In fact, Dr. Mayer has found that bacteria in our digestive system may help mold brain structure as we’re ... Read More »

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