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Autism, Lyme, etc. by Leslie M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:19pm The Puzzle of Autism-Spectrum Disorders (ASD) – Biomedicine as an option for assessment and treatment including those with Lyme's Disease and Borrelia-Related Complex (BRC) by Kurt N. Woeller, D.O. Autism presents a level of complexity from a medical diagnostic and treatment standpoint because of the underlying medical issues affecting th ... Read on »
Steven Higgs on Autism - One Half Sentence for Autistic Disorder, One Whole Article for Aspergers by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Jul 2010 11:45pm Steven Higgs has been a refreshing voice on the autism internet.  He doesn't simply regurgitate the official line on issues and his journalism background and writing skills are always helpful.  When it comes to autism "spectrum" disorders though Steven Higgs does what most in the mainsream media and on the internet do ... he ignores almost enti ... Read on »
A Window Into the Negotiations Between The American Academy of Pediatrics and Defeat Autism Now in 2008 by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Nov 2010 8:47pm On Wednesday, JB Handley wrote a piece for Age of Autism called AAP’s Errol R. Alden, MD: The Worst CEO in America, Looking to Target “Vaccine Opponents” and “Celebrities” . In it, he chastened the leadership of the American Academy of Pediatrics for their vaccine/autism stance and focusing in on the AAP CEO Dr. Errol Alden. In the comments ... Read on »
Listen In to a Conversation Between Pediatricians on Autism, Vaccines and What To Do by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Nov 2010 12:00am Managing Editor's Note: Ginger Taylor gave us permission to reprint her post on the AAP, autism and her notes from a conversation she overheard at the DAN! conference between pediatricians. Please mark her blog Adventures in Autism in your favorites. Thank you, Ginger. By Ginger Taylor On Wednesday, JB Handley wrote ... Read on »
Autism Coverage at the OC Register --10 Stories by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Nov 2013 12:00am By Anne Dachel There were a number of articles on autism published by the Orange County (CA) Register on Oct 18, 2013.  They were by all kinds of people involved in autism, including leading experts.   First, here's a doctor with two autistic sons.  This knowledgeable dad admits it's not genetics alone.  He also feels "we are c ... Read on »
The Peril of Parent Testimony – Stem Cell Treatment for Autism by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 15 Dec 2010 4:02am It usually begins naively enough – the parent of a newly-diagnosed child launches a search into the Wild, Wild West of the World Wide Web, searching for help and hope for a diagnosis they are still struggling to grasp. Soon parents may find themselves on internet support forums and in email groups, surrounded by parents promoting everyth ... Read on »
Autism Disorders and Intellectual Disability: Claim that 75-80% of Persons with Autistic Disorder are Intellectually Disabled i by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 May 2010 2:41am As I mentioned in my previous post Alan Griswold of Autistic Aphorisms is one of those comfortable with speculation that Jesus Christ may have been autistic but is not comfortable with the fact that many persons with Autistic Disorder are Intellectually Disabled.  Mr. Griswold and Astrid at at  Astrid's Journal disagree with my numerical referenc ... Read on »
Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) Was For Free Speech Before They Were Against It by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 May 2013 12:00am   Editor's Note: Yesterday, Anne Dachel took apart the recent piece in the Columbia Journalism Review that trashed "balanced" coverage of the autism-vaccines link. Back in 2005, they were much more tolerant of that hoary old first amendment thingee -- "Both sides in the debate make convincing arguments to support their cases," th ... Read on »
Best of AofA: In Plain Sight: Freud, Face Blindness and Autism by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Jun 2011 12:00am This post ran in January. We'll be bringing back "best of posts" throughout the summer. By Dan Olmsted Consider this description: “She complained that she could not recognize people; that she used to be able to recognize faces without having to think about it and work at it. Now she was obliged to do laborious ‘recognizing ... Read on »
Autism Diagnoses: DSM V Should Separate Autistic Disorder from Aspergers and HFA by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 May 2009 3:23pm 3 Comments There are two major problems with the current DSM categorisation of Pervasive Developmental, or Autism Spectrum, Disorders. One is the lack of any relevant distinction between Aspergers Disorder and those with higher functioning PDD -NOS and autistic disorders. The other DSM problem which generates much unnecessary conflict is the inclusio ... Read on »