Monthly Archives: May 2014
  • May 26, 2014
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This week’s edition of the news is chock-full of new articles analyzing the latest in autism research along with some political and career-related features relating to proposed legislation and autism in the workplace. Again, we will try to link to scientific articles if available.   In the meantime, let us know in the comments section what autism […]

  • May 22, 2014
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Strengthening your immune system will go a long way in helping build overall good health and longevity. It is important to know the nutritious foods that can empower you, build your immunity and promote optimum wellness, as well as the foods that should be avoided such as process foods, sugars, dairy product and gluten grains. […]

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  • May 13, 2014
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My son has been on the gluten free, casein free diet since when he was diagnosed last year. The first thing that everyone noticed was how much his communication increased during that first week. Then his awareness improved towards his brother. Before, he had never once said his brother’s name or even paid attention to […]

  • May 12, 2014
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On Friday, May 9th, we celebrated the 7th Annual Rescue Our Angels benefit for autism in Chicago with local natives and founders of Rescue Our Angels, Michele and Pete Doyle.    We want to take a moment to thank everyone for making it out last week. It was a terrific event!    Event Highlights:    […]

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  • May 12, 2014
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Many experts in the medical community question if yeast is a real issue in children.  My clinical experience shows that it definitely is a serious problem!  Many children with a history of multiple antibiotic exposures, immune deficiency demonstrated in blood work, or chronic constipation indeed do have yeast overgrowth.  This overgrowth can be demonstrated by […]

  • May 4, 2014
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This week’s edition of the news includes a number of articles analyzing the latest developments in autism research and a poignant editorial on how bullying affects children on the spectrum that should spur parents and teachers to action. Again, we will try to link to scientific articles if available.   In the meantime, let us know in […]