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A Documentary on Autism, “Generation A: Portraits of Autism and the Arts”

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Today on the blog, we would like to feature an important documentary that focuses on various therapies for autistic individuals as well as captures the lives and stories of individuals diagnosed with autism.

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How the ASD Brain Recognizes Emotion: The Differences in Information Gathering

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Recent research explores how autism interacts with reading emotional expressions.

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Preeclampsia: A Prenatal Condition is linked to Autism

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New research demonstrates a strong connection between this prenatal condition and the prevalence of autism.

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Parental Early Intervention More Effective than Clinician

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Recent research from Florida State University highlights the importance of parental involvement in early intervention.

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Does Employment Help Autistic Adults Improve Quality of Life?

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Does Employment Help Autistic Adults Improve Quality of Life? Researchers from Vanderbilt University say yes.

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Is there an Economic Link to Autism Growth?

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A recent study makes the connection.

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Chemotherapy and Autism, Is there a Connection?

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Researchers at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine (UNCSM) recently published a study on linking chemotherapy as a potential cause of autism.

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Dear 2014, What were the Major Discoveries in Autism Research?

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Dear 2014, What were the Major Discoveries in Autism Research?

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“Think About A Hug”: Social Patterns in Brain Imaging to Diagnose Autism

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Is it possible to diagnose Autism from reading brain imaging information? New research from Carnegie Mellon University suggests that it is possible 97% of the time. Learn more about it here.

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Certain Movements Can Signify the Severity of Autism

According to a recent study, slight differences in movements among individuals with autism can signify the severity of the disorder.

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