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Autism

Italian Court Reignites MMR Vaccine Debate After Award Over Child with Autism

Many parents don't think twice about taking their children in for routine vaccinations, as they are an integral and heavily promoted part of the conventional medical system.

New Report Shows Drug Companies Lied and Overstated Their Drug’s Ability to Treat Autism

By Dr. Mercola, May 24, 2012

The antidepressant class of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are among the most frequently prescribed drugs for autism.

Although none are specifically approved for the treatment of autism, it's estimated that up to one-third of autistic children receive the drugs, often to treat the repetitive behaviors like tapping or head banging that are frequently observed in those with the condition.

Autism's Rising Rates Increasingly Blamed On Toxic Chemicals

While pregnant with her son Edgar, Melissa Wolfe followed the lead of many a cautious woman before her. She took prenatal vitamins and ate organic vegetables. She avoided dyeing her hair and using hairspray.

New Report Shows Drug Companies Lied and Overstated Their Drug’s Ability to Treat Autism

The antidepressant class of drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are among the most frequently prescribed drugs for autism.

REAL Scientific Journals Don't Lie - Mercury in Vaccines is BAD For You... But There is Relief...

I have here, below, an important article about a recent peer-reviewed study in the very prestigious scientific journal Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis.

New federal data shows autism rates are booming. Local researchers are finding industrial chemicals may play a role

When Tisha Gonzalez first met Rafael Hernandez, the elementary school student didn't care much for other kids.

Study Links Autism With Industrial Food, Environment

The epidemic of autism in children in the United States may be linked to the typical American diet according to a new study published online in Clinical Epigenetics by Renee Dufault, et. al.