Neurodiversity – Part 2: Remaining whole
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Savanna Rags – Helping the Environment and Charitable Organisations by Recycling Second Hand Clothing and Textiles
Neurodiversity – Part 3: Is Autism a Disability?
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Talking and letting your feelings out can be a massive plus for you. It is a positive step to feeling better and obtaining a more clear understanding of the situation. http://win-back-your-ex.com/relationships-and-a-broken-heart
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10 Positive Words You Should Be Using Everyday | Jbr Blog
Neurodiversity – Part 4: Are all Brains Equal?
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Brain Research: Three Principles for the 21st Century Classroom, via the Partnership for 21st Century Skills
Why you never forget how to ride a bike.
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Harness the power of chocolate! A recent news report based on a new study shows that individuals who eat chocolate regularly are skinnier than those individuals who are not regular consumers. This news made quite a buzz in the chocoholic’s world and with good reason because chocolate lovers always like more good reasons to justify eating gourmet chocolate.
New Ideas Change Your Brain Cells. Modification of the brain protein delta-catenin and its role in memory formation.
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Genetics first: A fresh take on autism's diversity —
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New Gene Studies Suggest There Are Hundreds of Kinds of Autism #autism #Autismstudy (genes - CHD8 - NHE6 - PTEN)
Genetics suggests Autism isn't just one disorder.. it's hundreds
We might have autism backwards: What "broken mirror" and "broken mentalizing" theories could have wrong
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Interesting article by Gregory Hickok - always ask questions! We might have autism backwards: What "broken mirror" and "broken mentalizing" theories could have wrong
We might have autism backwards: What “broken mirror” and “broken mentalizing” theories could have wrong... The dominant autism theories -- assuming a lack of or diminished social sensitivity -- need to be reexamined
Broken Mirror Theory. We might have Autism backwards.
We might have autism backwards: What “broken mirror” and “broken mentalizing” theories could have wrong. Last 2-3 paragraphs discuss a theory on why people with autism don't maintain eye contact or don't look people in eyes/face.
Paul Wang Discusses Breakthrough Synapses Study
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Paul Wang: Discusses Breakthrough Synapses Study . Autism Breakthrough . !?!
Children With Autism Have Extra Synapses In Their Brains
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Children and adolescents with autism have a surplus of synapses in the brain, and this excess is due to a slowdown in a normal brain 'pruning' process during development, according to a study by neuroscientists at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). Because synapses are the points where neurons ...
Los niños con autismo tienen exceso de sinapsis en el cerebro
New research finds that the brains of autistic children generate more information at rest -- a 42 percent increase on average. The study offers a scientific explanation for the most typical characteristic of autism -- withdrawal into one's own inner world. The excess production of information may explain a child's detachment from their environment.
Autistic brains create more information at rest, study show -- ScienceDaily
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Autistic brains create more information at rest, study show-New research finds that the brains of autistic children generate more information at rest -- a 42 percent increase on average. The study offers a scientific explanation for the most typical characteristic of autism -- withdrawal into one's own inner world. The excess production of information may explain a child's detachment from their environment...
4 Myths About Brain Health and How to Stay Sharp
Autism, SPD Hit Different Brain Areas
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Autism, SPD Hit Different Brain Areas #sensoryprocessingdisorder
Autism risk is 'mostly genetic,' according to statistical analysis - Medical News Today
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The computer model allows biological engineers to exercise nanometer-scale control to build complex 3D DNA shapes. Image credits: Top row - Stavros Gaitanaros (MIT) & Fei Zhang (Arizona State University); Bottom row - Keyao Pan (MIT) & Nature Communications. #MNT #medicalnewstoday #dailynews #healthnews #news
Clicking together short segments of DNA could aid biotechnology research (LaboratoryNews)
Endometriosis: new findings may lead to better treatment and care - Medical News Today (febuary 2014)
Exercise Can Have An Effect At DNA Level Against Fat Cells - Medical News Today
Differences seen in brain scans of children with and without autism may offer new clues to what's behind the developmental disorder, researc...
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Differences seen in brain scans of children with and without autism may offer new clues to what's behind the developmental disorder, researchers say
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Your creative brain.
What's more important than discerning which brain hemisphere calls the shots is a willingness to embrace our DNA as creative people and foll...
Sensory Therapy Might Work for Kids With Autism -by By Amy Norton Health Day Reporter on Dec 5th 2013
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People often balk at the concept that a gluten-free diet may improve the condition of autistic children. For so many who have tried it, the proof is not in academic publications but in the (gluten free) pudding. Nothing is more compelling than seeing improvement with your own eyes, not even a randomized, double-blinded clinical trial.
April is National Autism Awareness Month—a special opportunity to educate the public about autism and issues within the autism community. The Autism Society encourages all of us to stay informed and get involved within the Autism community. As a parent, what do you need to know for #autism detection? Learn here today!
Study May ID One Potentially Treatable Cause of Autism -Findings implicate faulty transport of fatty acids in brain; suggest opportunity for developing treatment for one subtype of autism
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Large Study of Stem Cells for Autism Draws Criticism
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Large study of stem cells for autism draws criticism
Do We Cut The Umbilical Cord Too Early? New Study Says ‘Yes’ you can ask to have it delayed when you go over a birth plan with your delivery doctor or midwife
Benefits of Lotus Birth or Delayed Umbilical Cord Clamping include: Babies receive beneficial stem cells have many therapeutic properties vs. when you clamp the cord and shut off that flow of stem cells. Researchers note that “In pre-term infants, delaying clamping the cord for at least 30 seconds reduced incidences of intraventricular hemorrhage, late on-set sepsis, anemia, and decreased the need for blood transfusions.“ Receiving cord blood may also reduce a baby’s risk of other illnesses, including respiratory distress, chronic lung disease and eye disease. Delayed cord clamping also ensures that a baby receives important clotting factors.
Autism Groups Join Forces to Increase Brain Tissue Donations for Research
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Family joins brain tissue donation program for autism research
Scientists discover first clear cut gene linked to autism-Scientists from the University of Washington discovered that people with a mutation of the CHD8 gene have a 'very strong' likelihood of having autism. It is the first time that researchers - from 13 institutions - have linked a definitive cause of autism to a genetic mutation. A total of 15 children with the CHD8 mutation shared similar characteristics in appearance as well as problems with sleeping and digesting food.
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Autism IS linked to being more intelligent, study finds #DailyMail
HALF of the siblings of autistic children develop abnormally
Can Your Child Have Autistic Traits Without Being Autistic? - Parenting.com
Researchers Discover Genetic Link To Autism. For the very first time, a variation in a gene has been linked to a subtype of autism. While other genes have been found where particular alleles (versions) show a correlation to autism, these have also been linked to other conditions, often more strongly, and not to specific autism characteristics. Read more at http://www.iflscience.com/#KmtJfA1htfgvWqwJ.99
Researchers Discover Genetic Link To Autism
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How do make a fish swim faster? Researchers say getting it DRUNK can double its speed - but only if it can show off to other fish Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2629760/How-make-fish-swim-faster-Researchers-say-getting-DRUNK-double-speed-fish.html#ixzz31rBgteGj Follow us: @MailOnline Pics on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
The original zebrafish (or zebra danio, Danio rerio) from which the GloFish was developed is a native of rivers in India and Bangladesh. It measures three centimeters long and has gold and dark blue stripes.
Custom gene editing rewrites zebrafish DNA Zebrafish are common model organisms in genetic research. Now their genomes can be custom edited. Researchers led by Stephen Ekker, a molecular biologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, have for the first time made custom changes to parts of the zebrafish (Danio rerio) genome, using artificial enzymes to cut portions of DNA out of targeted positions in a gene sequence, and replace them with synthetic DNA, Nature News reports.
Danio rerio, better known as the zebrafish I've learnt a new word today: ethorobotics. This is the study of how robotic animal interact with their real life counter parts. Researchers at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University studied how robot zebrafish can either attract or repel real zebrafish. Find out more about the results...
Zebra Danio (Zebrafish, Danio Rerio)
27 genes linked with Asperger Syndrome, autism and empathy, researchers say
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My Aspergers Child: Aspergers: Causes. I like how at the end that it mentions that vaccines aren't shown to be link to ASD (unless you maybe want to look at how generations of parents being innoculated in their infancy affect their genetics, but that's a whole other can of worms...). I'm not a fan of one-size-fits-all vaccine routines, but it bothers me whenever anyone tries to say vaccines are to blame for everything, ASD included. I think my completely unvaccinated aspie son agrees w me :)
Asperger syndrome ~~ an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that is characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, alongside restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests. It differs from other autism spectrum disorders by its relative preservation of linguistic and cognitive development. Although not required for diagnosis, physical clumsiness and atypical (peculiar, odd) use of language are frequently reported.
Environmental factors as important as genes in understanding autism -- ScienceDaily
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For Autistic Adults, Coverage Options Are Scarce - Kaiser Health News
Whistleblower says CDC not upfront about autism risk for black boys
au·tism [aw-tiz-uhm] Show IPA noun 1. Psychiatry. a pervasive developmental disorder of children, characterized by impaired communication, excessive rigidity, and emotional detachment: now considered one of the autism spectrum disorders. 2. a tendency to view life in terms of one's own needs and desires. Origin: 1910–15; aut- + -ism Related forms au·tist, noun au·tis·tic [aw-tis-tik] Show IPA , adjective au·tis·ti·cal·ly, adverb un·au·tis·tic, adjective (definition from dictionary. com)
Autism not the only neurodevelopmental disorder on the rise
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The developmental regression rate and autism
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William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) A Little Coaxing (1890)-another artist whose paintings are everywhere-now I can identify him!
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mother and child art - Bouguereau
AS ATN/AIR-P Advances in Autism Research & Care Webinar: Genetic Testing
Genes in the Cloud: Google Steps Into Autism Research A Deal with Autism Speaks to House Research Data From 10,000 Complete Genomes