Articles for Tag: "autism"

New warning sign helps predict autism early 
New warning sign helps predict autism early
Researchers may have discovered a new way to detect autism among high-risk babies.
Community support helps families with autistic children  Featured
Community support helps families with autistic children
With autism diagnoses on the rise, community life is even more essential to children with autism and their families.
Part 2: The fact and fiction of autism  Featured
Part 2: The fact and fiction of autism
In the second half of this two-part series, our expert helps separate more truths from myths on autism.
Moms’ induced labor not linked to autism? 
Moms’ induced labor not linked to autism?
Past studies have hinted at a connection between induced labor and autism, but the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists say there isn’t a link.
Autism: Separating fact from fiction  Featured
Autism: Separating fact from fiction
For many, the word “autism” conjures varying ideas and preconceived notions. In the first of this two-part series, our expert helps separate truth from myth.
Fido may help autistic kids boost social skills 
Fido may help autistic kids boost social skills
Recent research finds that your pooch can help autistic children with social interaction and stress relief.
Cubs’ new mascot and rookies visit young fans 
Cubs’ new mascot and rookies visit young fans
Children at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center were the first to meet the Chicago Cubs’ new mascot, Clark, as he made his public debut at the hospital’s Pediatric Developmental Center, alongside several Cubs rookies.