Autism Spectrum Disorders Feature Archive
Could a proposal by an expert panel undermine years of progress made in the identification and intervention of autism?
Michael Ronemus, PhD, was forced to step out from behind the microscope when his own son was diagnosed with autism.
Misconceptions about vaccines and autism persist despite growing scientific evidence that no link exists.
Changes made to autism spectrum disorders in DSM-5 have implications for how Asperger's is diagnosed and treated.
The latest genetic theory suggests autism's sporadic nature might be due to de novo mutations arising in the parental germline.
Omega-3 fatty acids, melatonin, and digestive enzymes are being investigated as potential treatments.
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