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Autism‬ looms large over us. More than 1% of the world's population is autistic. However ‪homeopathy‬ can help you win over this disease
16 Nov 2017
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Children under age six: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviewed hundreds of articles about dental amalgam and found none that studied clinical effects in children under the age of six. As part of the same study, FDA determined that there was no evidence of clinical harm to adults from mercury in amalgam. FDA further determined that children younger than 6 years who had dental amalgams in place were not at risk of mercury toxicity, because these children have smaller and fewer teeth than adults, and also because they inhale smaller volumes of air than adults, making their estimated daily intake less than that of adults. Confirming this would require clinical research. To address concerns about mercury exposure and the development of autism and autism spectrum disorders, Hertz-Picciotto and colleagues evaluated mercury levels and sources of mercury exposure in 452 children from the ages of 24 to 60 months: 249 diagnosed with autism or an autism spectrum disorder, 143 typically developing children, and 60 children who had developmental delays, but not autism or an autism spectrum disorder. A number of factors were studied: how much and what type of fish the mothers and children ate; how many and what type of vaccinations the children had had; whether the children had amalgam fillings and, if so, how many and when they were placed; whether the children chewed a lot of gum or ground their teeth; whether the children were given over-the-counter products, such as nasal sprays and earwax removers, which sometimes contain mercury preservatives. The researchers found no differences in the mercury levels of children who were typically developing and the children with autism and autism spectrum disorders. This held true after accounting for fish intake, the biggest source of mercury exposure in the U.S., and continued to hold for children who did not eat fish.
19 Nov 2017
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Camel milk contains natural insulin that is easily absorbed in the human body. Lactose intolerant people can also drink camel milk as camel milk doesn't contain the allergen present in cow's milk. Camel milk reduces hyperactivity, improves gut healing and behavior of children suffering from autism. Camel milk helps in boosting immunity and overall body growth of the human body.
27 Nov 2017
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A movie about my boys with autism, as submitted to *******www.whatkindofworlddoyouwant****/videos/view/id/244604
29 Apr 2007
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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion**** with health information on understanding autism for dummies.
31 Oct 2007
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75 more children will be born with autism today. It's the fastest growing developmental disorder in the U.S. There is no cure, but doctors are turning to an old drug for high blood pressure to see if it holds new hope for kids with autism.
2 Nov 2007
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This new CD was developed to teach children with Autism, PDD and other learning delays and difficulties.
17 Nov 2007
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Autism in children looked at using Bible Code software in the King James version Bible.
4 Dec 2007
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This is dedicated to all of the families that are living with autism. We understand the amount of care and enduring love that it takes for families how have autistic children. With the lack of resources available to these families...this only adds to the stress in their lives. We at Awareness Media would like the public to know just how serious Autism is in America.....here's a few stats. - More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than AIDS, Diabetes and Cancer combined. Leukemia - 1 child out of 25,000 Funded annually: $310 mill Muscular Dystrophy - 1 child out of 20,000 Funded annually: $175 mill. Pediatric AIDS - 1 child out of 8,000 Funded annually: $394 mill. Juvenile Diabetes - 1 child out of 500 Funded annually: $130 mill. Autism - 1 child out of 166 Funded annually: $100 mill. As you see, there clearly is a need for more monies allocated towards the research for Autism. In closing, our hearts go out to all of those who are currently have children affected by austism, (as well as those to come). Please...volunteer, donate...or just speak out about autism...many families will appreciate all that you do. Sincerely, BRICK CASEY
15 Dec 2007
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Depression is an all too frequent problem for mothers of children with autism.
10 Jan 2008
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here is part 2 of my film autism. agian its me in my room. its me with my sometimes uncontrollable face tics and hand movement tics. i use the metaphor of the camera i show it taking images and being used as a pen to write my name
7 Mar 2008
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1 in 150 kids will get autism. It's the fastest growing developmental disability in the U.S. For every child who is diagnosed, there are many more who are affected - the siblings of autistic children. A new program helps them learn to cope.
3 Mar 2008
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