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Articles & JournalsNUS Bizad Charity Run 2017 Raises Over $140,000

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Organised by the NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA) and NUS Bizad Club, the annual NUS Bizad Charity Run 2017 attracted more than 1,400 participants and raised more than S$140,000 for financially disadvantaged NUS Business School undergraduates and the Autism Resource Centre (ARC), a not-for-profit charity, last Saturday, 14 January 2017. The event was graced […]

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Articles & JournalsNanyang Poly students build portal for parents of special-needs children

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SINGAPORE — At nine months old, Mr Glenn Tan’s son was diagnosed with global development delay. This set off many questions in Mr Tan’s mind, such as whether his child would be able to get along with his peers or attend a mainstream school. He shared the anxiety he experienced through a new web portal […]

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Articles & Journals1 in 150 children in Singapore has autism

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One in 150 children here has autism, a higher rate than the World Health Organisation’s global figure of one in 160 children. This comes as more pre-schoolers here get diagnosed with developmental issues. There were 4,400 such children in 2014, a 76 per cent jump from the 2,500 children in 2010. These figures were revealed […]

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Articles & JournalsGenes Not Solely To Blame For Different Types Of Autism

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Scientists have revealed a new cause of autism spectrum disorders that has nothing to do with your DNA. These disorders share similar modifications in the brain that are independent of genetic activity. The study, conducted at the Genome Institute of Singapore, showed that nearly 70% of individuals with both rare and common types of autism […]

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Articles & JournalsNo miracle cure: Probiotics in treating autism

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The small cup contained more than 20 different supplements and vitamins, including flax seed oil, Vitamin C and several types of probiotics, dissolved and mixed into water to make it easier for Nicholas to swallow. Diagnosed with autism at two, Nicholas goes through the routine twice a day; and his mother Yee Gek Lang says […]

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Articles & JournalsSingapore scientists part of breakthrough in autism research

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SINGAPORE — In a breakthrough that could pave the way for drugs to be developed to treat autism, scientists have discovered common patterns in the way DNA is “packaged” in the brains of autistic individuals that distinguish them from non-autistic people.   There are no drugs now to treat autism as its causes are poorly […]

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Articles & JournalsTeens with Autism: How Parents Can Navigate the Unique Challenges

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Worsening Symptoms of ASD May Not Be What They Seem As children grow older, parents sometimes wonder if their autism spectrum disorder is worsening. In reality, the symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may simply become more obvious as some behaviors can no longer be written off as typical childhood behavior. Like a neurotypical teenager, […]

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Articles & JournalsTrump: Vaccines Cause Autism And Will Be Investigated

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President-elect Donald Trump believes vaccines are responsible for the autism epidemic and he has promised to find out the truth and “save our children and their future” when he takes office in January. Trump dismissed the official claim that there is no link between vaccines and autism, claiming there has been a cover up to […]

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Articles & JournalsAutistic teen teaches himself to speak Tamil

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Waleed Baqeer Idham Khalid, 15, is another Pathlight School student with a gift for languages. The Secondary 3 schoolboy taught himself Tamil and now speaks it fluently, which his mother attributes to his obsession with elephants. “My boy was diagnosed with autism at 2½ years old,” said Madam Arinah Minhat, 50, who works in retail. […]

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Articles & JournalsRestaurant owners to donate proceeds to help autistic boy

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The owners of a Western food restaurant are donating part of its proceeds to help an 11-year-old boy who has autism. Miss Nurul Jannah Saharuddin, 23, and Miss Indah Nabielah Zulkarnain, 24, who run T Bob’s Corner in Bedok, are giving up 30 per cent of the eatery’s takings from Oct 18 to 23 to […]

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