• February 9, 2014
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This Week In Autism News 3

This week’s news update includes analyses on a number of studies ranging from drug advances to early detection and a breakdown of legislative issues currently affecting the autism community. We will try to link to as many scientific articles as possible, 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! 


L.A. Times: Drug reverses autism brain activity in mice, study shows


PsychCentral: In Autism, Neurons Overly Sensitive to Mouth, Not Eyes


HealthDay News: Infants’ Response to Talking Faces May Be Clue to Autism


Disability Scoop: Feds Clarify How To Apply For Autism Tracking Devices


Huffington Post: Autism and Disclosure: Is Virginia’s Proposed Autism ID Card Ethical?


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