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Brain Microtubules Can Stand Independently. Source: Science Daily

Microtubes

The brain biochemistry is the centerpiece for the majority of most neurodevelopmental disorder research, including autism. Neurons, brain tissue, the interaction between lobes, it can all provide vital new information on these types of disorders. The most recent study focused on tracking down the issue of mislocated neurons.

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ASD Social Communication Classification System Created

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Classification is important in all aspects of the science community because it allows researchers to divide up their results to do in depth analyzing of very specific topics. In the medical field, doctors and researchers use classification to determine the proper diagnosis and treatment for a patient. In the world of autism spectrum disorder, researchers […]

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New Mapping Method Focuses on Attention Issues For ASD and ADHD

Autism Research

Autism is often linked to Attention Deficit because hyperactivity and repetitive motions and behaviors are common in both ASD and ADHD. Approximately 80 percent of children diagnosed with autism also have ADHD. A new type of charting method shows how attention problems come from brain connection patterns.

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ASD and Autism Found New Algorithm Sorting Method

Autism and ADHD

Autism and Attention Deficit Hyper Disorder, commonly abbreviated to ADHD, share similar behavioral patterns, such as repetitive behavior and hyperactivity, as well as similar genes. A recent study, geared toward both autism and ADHD, showed how a new method of finding treatments is taking a different angle on the matter.

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Making Emergency Rooms More Autism-Friendly

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With the number of autism diagnoses growing, a small but growing number of hospital emergency rooms across the U.S. have begun implementing rooms that accommodate those on the spectrum.

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