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In honor and in memory

of Dr. Bernard Rimland,

Autism Pioneer and Advocate

 Issue: # 33                           

November/2017

Dear Subscriber,

 

This e-newsletter provides obstetricians, pediatricians, and nurses with links to the latest research on ways to understand and to help children and adults on the autism spectrum.  Please feel free to send us your comments and feedback to: ClinicalResearchInAutism@autism.com

 

Previous issues of this e-newsletter can be viewed at: www.ClinicalResearchInAutism.com.

 

Steve Edelson, Ph.D. and Lenny Schafer

Risks

The risk of autism increases if the second and later-born children were conceived less than 18 months or more than 
60 months after the mother's previous birth.
[Original article appeared in Autism Research]

Paper presented at the 2017 American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida
 
[Original article appeared in BMJ, formerly The British Medical Journal]
 
[Original article appeared in Molecular Psychiatry]
Diagnosis
Research indicates that children are less likely to be diagnosed with ASD if they live in low-income areas with fewer adults, on average, who have college degrees.
[Original article appeared in the American Journal of Public Health]
 
This report by was commissioned and funded by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in October 2016.
Health-Related Issues
[Original article appeared in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders]
 
[Original article appeared in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders]
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