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Warning Against Chlorine Dioxide Use

May 12, 2015 - Concerned about reports of negative side effects from a treatment called Miracle Mineral Solution (MMS), ARI reached out to a scientist and a

Warning Against Chlorine Dioxide Use2019-09-18T06:26:53-05:00

Learning Styles & Autism

‘Learning styles’ is a concept which attempts to describe the methods by which people gain information about their environment. People can learn through seeing (visually), hearing (auditorily),

Learning Styles & Autism2019-09-18T06:27:21-05:00

Lasting benefits seen from horse therapy

A follow-up study on the effects of horse therapy suggests that it has significant long-term benefits for children with autism spectrum disorders. In previous research

Lasting benefits seen from horse therapy2019-09-19T04:04:47-05:00

Severe Morning Sickness Linked to Autism

A new study suggests that the odds of developing autism may be significantly elevated for children of mothers who experience hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), or severe morning sickness.

Severe Morning Sickness Linked to Autism2019-09-19T04:07:24-05:00

Toe Walking and ASD

Toe walking is quite common in young children, age 3 and younger; but toe walking, especially in children 5 years and older, is often associated with neurological

Toe Walking and ASD2019-09-19T04:09:34-05:00

Anesthesia & ASD

As an anesthetic provider, I consider it part of my mission to help educate my colleagues and to help them understand that our children are sick –

Anesthesia & ASD2019-09-19T04:10:01-05:00

Let’s recognize the heroes among us!

Last April, for autism awareness month, we encouraged individuals to share the heroes in their lives. The response was overwhelming! We received hundreds of photos from around

Let’s recognize the heroes among us!2019-09-19T04:58:18-05:00

Friends & Family: What to say

As a friend or a family member to a loved one who has recently received an autism diagnosis, it can be challenging to know the right way

Friends & Family: What to say2019-09-19T04:57:51-05:00

Blood Draw – What to Expect

Medical visits can be stressful for anyone and individuals with autism often face extra challenges during procedures, such as a blood draw, due to communication deficits

Blood Draw – What to Expect2019-09-19T04:56:47-05:00