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Using data contained the Autism360, Dr. Sidney Baker, founder of Autism360, revealed previously-unknown gender differences in immune and central nervous system and gastrointestinal functional disturbances. Together with published observations of male/female differences in inflammation, oxidative stress, and detoxication, these findings open doors to research focusing on gender physiology as clues to etiologic factors in autism.
It’s Now Easier to Record Treatments on Autism360!
We’ve improved our Treatments page in order to make it easier for parents to enter and manage your children’s treatments on Autism360. The new Treatment page displays a summary of all your children’s treatments, including any dosage details and comments you’ve inputted. It also shows your ratings in easy-to-understand up and down arrows.
We kept many of the helpful features, such as the ability to search treatments by name or category. In addition, treatment details remain optional as they are for your own records.
So…log in now and experience our new and improved Treatments page! And while you are there, enter a treatment or 2 to see how fast and easy it is to record and update your children’s treatments and responses.
Findings vary among studies, but it is generally agreed that people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families experience more sleep problems than most, with estimates of significant sleep disturbance reported in 40-80% of the population. Insufficient sleep can lead to chronic sleep deprivation for both the person with autism and their caregivers, increasing stress and decreasing daily function.
Autism360 would like to inform you about some cutting-edge research findings relating to diagnosis/prevalence, health, and treatments.
Dennis Wall at Harvard Medical School Wins IMFAR Award for Research on Quick Diagnostic Test
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April 7, 2011
Thank you for making the event a SUCCESS!
Our participants and supporters helped Autism360 raise more than $30,000!
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