I Origins – Eye concept cool

A molecular biologist and his laboratory partner uncover evidence that may fundamentally change society as we know it. I sort of liked this movie. The eye concept is cool but interesting. I liked Karen because she was really smart and nice. I really hated the elevator scene. I wonder why India scans the eyes of… [Continue Reading]

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Philly Comic Con – Part 2 Bullying advice from Spike, Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Maymay had the best time at Wizard Wold Philadelphia Comic Con. She met some spectacular people and got to live a piece of her dream and interview people for her blog. She was very impressed by the people who sought her out to get a picture with them!  Part 1 of her experiences can be found… [Continue Reading]

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Autism Research: July 25, 2014 Week in review

Christianson Syndrome- defined and diagnosed Researchers from Brown University have studied and come up with the most definitive diagnostic criteria for Christianson syndrome, an autism-like disorder characterized by intellectual disability. The severe condition can now be easily diagnosed by parents and pediatricians alike, using the criteria. The study led by Dr. Eric Morrow from Brown… [Continue Reading]

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RAF Museum wins Autism Access Award

The Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum, London – has become the first cultural venue in the UK, to win an autism-friendly status. The Museum has won an  an Autism Access Award which is given as a mark of recognition to show that  the venue is autism friendly for people with autism and their families and… [Continue Reading]

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Crime Novel With A Protagonist Who Has Aspergers Wins Award

Harrogate, North Yorshire, UK- Belinda Bauer’s novel Rubbernecker has won Novel of The Year at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival. The novel tells the story of Patrick Fort, an anatomy student with Aspergers who suspects the body he’s working on could be a murder victim. The author of Rubbernecker beat out many other… [Continue Reading]

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I Origins – Eye concept cool

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Autism Research: July 25, 2014 Week in review

Christianson Syndrome- defined and diagnosed Researchers from Brown University have studied and come up with the most definitive diagnostic criteria for Christianson syndrome, an autism-like disorder … [Continue Reading]

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Co-occurrence of autism and asthma

“Asthma is approximately 35 % more common in autistic children; screening may be an efficient approach to reduce risk of morbidity due to asthma”. The study findings reported by Stanley Kotey and colleagues* … [Continue Reading]

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Dual Diagnosis – Down Syndrome and Austism Spectrum Disorder

Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder - There is little written in the form of research, medical or otherwise, about Down Syndrome (DS) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) being related. Until recently, it … [Continue Reading]

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