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Articles & JournalsMotor difficulties in autism, explained

Most autistic people — 87 percent, according to the latest estimate — have some sort of motor difficulty, ranging from an atypical gait to problems with handwriting. These issues are distinct from the repetitive behaviorsconsidered to be a hallmark of autism. And yet, despite their prevalence, motor problems are not considered a core trait of […]

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Articles & JournalsMutation in “Housekeeping” tRNA Linked to Autism

Within cells, molecules known as transfer RNAs, or “tRNAs,” play an important but unglamorous workhorse role in keeping the genetic translation process moving along from codes of DNA to functional proteins. Because they play such a vital role in this translational “housekeeping,” tRNAs are plentiful. There are hundreds of tRNA genes in mammalian cells and […]

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Articles & JournalsAUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPEUTICS MARKET FORECAST BY END-USE INDUSTRY 2020-2028

The global Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis and Therapeutics market study encloses the projection size of the market both in terms of value (Mn/Bn US$) and volume (x units). With bottom-up and top-down approaches, the report predicts the viewpoint of various domestic vendors in the whole market and offers the market size of the Autism Spectrum […]

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Articles & JournalsDisparities in autism spectrum disorder diagnoses among 8-year-old children in Colorado: Who are we missing?

ABSTRACT Although autism can be reliably diagnosed as early as 2 years of age, many children are not diagnosed with autism until much later. We analyzed data to determine why many of the 8-year-old children who resided in Colorado and were identified as having autism through a review of their health and/or educational records did […]

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Articles & JournalsMy Money: ‘My daughter’s therapy costs £5,490 each month’

Matt is 39 and has lived in Singapore for 11 years. He works for one of the big tech companies as a cyber security consultant. His wife Imelda works in IT for a large pharmaceutical company. Matt and Imelda have a daughter named Alex who is four and has special needs. They rent a three […]

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Articles & JournalsBoy with special needs dashes out onto Pasir Ris road, saved by passer-by

When a video clip of a boy dashing out onto the roads made its rounds on social media this week, many netizens were quick to blame his parents for negligence. In the dashcam footage,  a man was seen running after the child, scooping him up in his arms and carrying him back to safety on […]

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Articles & JournalsNetflix series about the dating lives of autistic people gets mixed reviews

Dating shows aren’t exactly rare when you’re scrolling through Netflix. The streaming service has debuted a slew of such shows this summer, including “Love is Blind,” “Too Hot to Handle” and “Indian Matchmaking.” But the newest iteration, produced in Australia, is causing some people to take a closer look at the genre. “Finding love can […]

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Articles & JournalsStudy links gene to inherited form of autism

Inherited mutations in a gene called ACTL6B lead to autism, epilepsy and intellectual disability, according to a new study. The mutations are recessive, which means that they lead to autism only if a person inherits them in both copies of the gene — one from each parent, who are silent carriers. Most other mutations implicated […]

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Articles & JournalsBrain responses to social stimuli may vary by sex in autism

Autistic girls may find social interaction more rewarding than autistic boys do, according to a new study focused on the brain’s reward system. “It may be a critical variable that can influence the way girls with autism present as opposed to boys,” says lead investigator Mirella Dapretto, professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral studies at the […]

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Articles & JournalsITE duo top global social innovation competition

Two second-year Institute of Technical Education (ITE) students have emerged winners in a global social innovation competition involving teams from 10 countries, placing Singapore top alongside Greece and Slovakia. The Social Innovation Relay 2020, which is in its 10th edition this year, challenges youth to develop an innovative business concept that addresses a social need. […]

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