• November 16, 2014
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This Week In Autism News 29

This week’s edition of the news highlights the latest studies along with several medical and scientific profiles of interest. Again, we will try to link to scientific articles if available.


In the meantime, let us know in the comments section what autism news stories you’ve been reading, and we may just feature them in next week’s post! 


National Geographic: Autism’s Gut-Brain Connection


Wired Magazine: Lab-Grown Neurons From Autistic Kids Could Lead to New Treatments


Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative: Mimed Gestures Hint at Repetitive Behaviors in Autism


Disability Scoop: Minorities Often Skipped In Autism Identification


Houston Chronicle: University of Houston Study Measures Babies’ Brain Signals as Start of Autism Research


Cornell Chronicle: Study Finds Parent Intervention is Best for Helping Toddlers with Autism  You may read an abstract of the article here. 


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