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Autism, ADHD Tied to Gender Concerns in Some Kids: Study

Autism's Costs Can Run Into Millions for One Person

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Boys With Autism Show Certain Grammar Skills in Study

Brain Study Explores 'Inner World' of Autism

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Broccoli Compound Shows Promise for Autism Symptoms in Small Study

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Childhood Vaccines Vindicated Once More

Common Genes Implicated in Autism Study

Could a Tiny Worm Help Treat Autism?

Could Air Pollutants Raise a Child's Autism Risk?

Could Dads' Obesity Raise Autism Risk for Kids?

Could Low Iron Intake During Pregnancy Raise Autism Risk?

Different Areas of Brain Affected in Autism, Sensory Disorders

Discovery of 100-Plus Genes Tied to Autism May Improve Treatments

Do Antidepressants in Pregnancy Raise Risks for Mental Woes in Kids?

Early Repetitive Behaviors May Signal Autism Risk

Estrogen Receptor May Play a Role in Autism

Family Dog Can Help Kids With Autism

FDA Advisers: Ban Use of Behavior-Modifying 'Shock Devices'

FDA Reconsiders Behavior-Modifying 'Shock Devices'

FDA Warns Against Bogus Autism Treatments

Gastro Woes More Common in Kids With Autism: Review

Gene Study Offers Clues to Why Autism Strikes More Males

Genes, Environment May Play Equal Parts in Autism Risk: Study

Genetic 'Networks' May Play Role in Autism

Health Tip: Dealing With an Autism Spectrum Disorder

Hormone Levels in Womb Tied to Autism Risk in Boys: Study

Infants' Response to Talking Faces May Be Clue to Autism

iPads May Help Boost Speaking Skills in Kids With Autism: Study

Key Brain 'Networks' May Differ in Autism, Study Suggests

Kids With Autism Have Extra Brain Connections, Study Says

Kids With Autism Tend to Be Less Active, Study Says

Less Flexibility Seen in Brain Wiring of Kids With Autism: Study

'Love Hormone' Oxytocin May Help Some With Autism

'Love Hormone' Oxytocin May Play Key Role in Kids' Social Skills

Minority Kids May Be Missed in Autism Diagnoses: Study

'Mixing' of Senses More Common in Autism: Study

More Clues to Spotting Autism in Siblings of Those With Disorder

More Evidence Environmental Exposures Contribute to Autism

More Signs Autism May Originate During Pregnancy

Mother's Birthplace May Affect Autism Risk in Kids

New Diagnosis Rules Could Lead to Drop in Autism Numbers

No Connection Between Induced Labor, Autism: Obgyns

Older Mothers at Higher Risk of Child With Autism, Study Suggests

Parents of a Child With Autism Often Forgo Further Childbearing: Study

Parents of Children With Autism Need Help, Too

Researchers Say They've Found New Clues to Autism

Science Probes Secrets of 'Contagious Yawning'

Scientists See Environmental Changes to Genes in Kids With Autism

Sensory Therapy Might Work for Kids With Autism

Sight, Sound Out of Sync in Kids With Autism, Study Finds

Spacing Between Sibling Births Tied to Autism Risk in Study

Spotting, Treating Autism Symptoms in Infancy May Prevent Delays

Study Links Pesticide Exposure During Pregnancy to Autism Risk in Kids

Study Probes Why Kids With Autism Are Oversensitive to Touch, Noise

Study Ties Antidepressant Use in Pregnancy to Autism Risk in Boys

Taking Antidepressants During Pregnancy May Not Raise Autism Risk

U.S. Autism Estimates Rise by 30 Percent for Kids

Younger Siblings of Kids With Autism May Show Early Signs of Problems


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