Snapshot | Google News Alert for: autism | Circa Dec 10, 2009

Thu, Dec 10, 2009, 8:30 PM | Google News Alert for: autism

(Links are to original links in email and most likely don’t work. )

McKinnon’s latest appeal protests home secretary ruling
SC Magazine US
 filings for McKinnon, who suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome, a form of autism, he found no evidence of why the 43-year-old should avoid extradition. 
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Mother Nature NetworkAutism deemed an asset for some jobs
Mother Nature Network
By Katherine Butler Every year, more than 26000 children born in the US are diagnosed with autismAutism is considered a developmental spectrum disorder, 
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Sensory room is ideal for people with autism
“People with autism, people with dementia, it allows them to interact with their environment, and it allows them to interact with their environment. 
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New app for iphone to help autistic children
Irish Times
THE IPHONE is set to become a communication tool for children with autism, with the testing of a new application for the device. The application is designed 
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New Kids’ Health Site Offers Advice From Pediatricians
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
And when I searched for “autism treatment,” I found not the AAP’s comprehensive 2007 clinical report on autism treatments, “Management of Children With 
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EXCLUSIVE: Amanda Peet Expecting Second Child!
Us Magazine
All I am saying is get some hard evidence that PROVES that vaccines cause autism. Susan, I have not read any such thing from credible sites. 
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School bell makes autistic pupil life hell
Portsmouth News
By Fran Duckett-Pike For most pupils the school bell is a familiar sound, but for autistic 15-year-old Luke Tiller it is the very thing he fears – so much 
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People Affected by Autism Believe Increase Is ‘Real,’ Not Diagnostic
Science Daily (press release)
10, 2009) — There has been a major increase in the number of children diagnosed with autisticspectrum disorders over the last two decades — the question 
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National Autism Association Supports New Federal Legislation to End Abusive 
PR Newswire (press release)
10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today the National Autism Association announced its support of HR 4247, the Preventing Harmful Restraint and Seclusion in 
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UW study leads to IQ improvements in autistic children
The Daily of the University of Washington
By Kristen Steenbeeke A study released by the UW Autism Center sets a new stage for early autismrecognition, which can lead to higher IQs and increased 
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Google Blogs Alert for: autism

Feed Me!: Anorexia ≠ autism
By Harriet 
Of late, several researchers have been exploring a possible link between anorexia nervosa and autismspectrum disorders. I’ve never understood why. It seems fairly clear to me that acute anorexia brings with it an altered state of 
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Early Intervention for Autism: Evidence Of True Progress – Better 
By DrSteveNovella 
Better Health is a network of healthcare professional blogs, offering commentary on news, research, health policy, healthcare reform, true stories, disease management and expert interviews.
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Sarah Brown celebrates work of Autism charities |
By anon 
Sarah Brown brought together guests from Autism charities at Downing Street to pool ideas and resources to help their sector. » Latest News –
Sarah Brown hosts an Autism reception at Downing Street on Flickr 
By (Downing Street) 
Sarah Brown meets guests from Autism charities during a reception at 10 Downing Street, 10 December 2009; Crown copyright.
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Big Blueberry Eyes: Celiac Disease and Autism
By Michelle 
In the November issue of Parents magazine there was a small piece that mentioned a connection between Celiac Disease and autism, which I found interesting. This wasn’t saying a child who has CD is also likely to develop autism but 
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