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Autism

Glyphosate contamination will cause 50% of children to be autistic by 2025, according to researcher

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) Today, 1 in 68 children have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the U.S., a rate that's increased 30 percent since 2012, according to a March 2014 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Boys are five times more likely than girls to have ASD, and white children are more prone to the condition than black or Hispanic children.

Chemo-induced brain fog could be linked to autism

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) Researchers from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine have discovered that the confusion and memory loss often associated with chemotherapy treatment is most likely linked to a chemo drug called topotecan, which affects the brain's ability to function properly. They also believe that long-term neurodevelopmental problems, such as those affecting people with autism spectrum disorder, might occur in the event that a person encountered the drug during brain development or throughout their life.(1)

Ultrasound photo captures baby smiling in the womb

By PF Louis:(NaturalNews) When Leo David Hargreaves was born on June 30, 2014, his parents realized that they had a naturally smiling baby. Even after five months, Leo's pleasantly smiling face is still a main feature.

His mother, Amy Cregg, and her partner and Leo's father, Leighton Hargreaves, have been approached by modeling companies and Next, a chain clothing store in the UK, to use their baby's constant smile for their products.

Vaccine zealots refuse to accept the truth about CDC whistleblower's apologetic texts to Dr. Wakefield

By Benson:(NaturalNews) Controversy has erupted on the blogosphere after a screenshot of an alleged text exchange between Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) whistleblower Dr. William Thompson and gastroenterologist Dr. Andrew Wakefield went viral. The vindictive "skeptics" crowd was quick to denounce the screenshot as fake, but Dr. Wakefield says he really did receive an apology from Dr. Thompson for his role in covering up the link between the MMR vaccine and autism.

The screenshot in question appears to show admission of guilt

SSRIs taken during pregnancy may cause autism


A study of nearly 1,000 mother-child pairs by researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health has found that prenatal exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, otherwise known as SSRIs -- which are frequently prescribed for depression, anxiety and other mental disorders -- was associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and developmental delays in boys.

Do Californians have a right to know when their babies are sleeping on flame retardant poisons?


A new measure has been proposed that would allow Californians the right to know if the furniture they are buying contains flame-retardant chemicals that are potentially hazardous to their health.

Mercury pollution linked to 283% increased risk of autism in children; flu shots still contain mercury


Heavy metal poisoning appears to be a primary driver of autism, according to a new study published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology. Researchers from the University of Chicago found that environmental pollution, and particularly mercury and mercury-containing compounds, may be responsible for increasing a child's risk of developing an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by nearly threefold.

Analysis of medical records reveals link between pesticides, autism


Evidence supporting the notion that environmental toxins might play a role in triggering autism, especially in young boys, has made its way into the open-access journal PLOS Computational Biology. Researchers from the University of Chicago (UoC) found that, based on an analysis covering more than 100 million U.S. medical records, a strong correlation exists between chemical-induced genital malformations in boys and significantly higher rates of autism.

Desperate researchers blame superstition as likely cause of autism, ignore vaccines


Sometimes, the best way to point out the absurdity of a particularly ridiculous situation or concept is to satirize it, and VacTruth.com's Jennifer Hutchinson has done just that with a new spoof on how the entrenched medical system approaches the issue of what causes autism. Having a last name that begins with D, K or P, jokes Hutchinson, or being born on a Tuesday or a Thursday, might increase a person's chances of developing autism -- anything but vaccines!