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BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Causal Link Found Between Vitamin D, Serotonin Synthesis and Autism in New Study: Article from Science Daily study from Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland, CA.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library What is Autism?: Article defining autism and some signs and symptoms of this disorder.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: Autism Fact Sheet: Some of the most frequently asked questions concerning autism.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library How Brain Scans Can Diagnose Autism With 97% Accuracy: New research shows that reading a person’s thoughts through an fMRI brain scan—might be able to diagnose autism.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library The Kids Who Beat Autism: Article discusses examples of children that lost their autism diagnosis.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library A Young Boy's Amazing Recovery from PDD and Autism-Like Symptoms: Article chronicling the journey of a young boy’s recovery from autism.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Dr. Seneff Estimates by 2025 Half of U.S. Children will be Autistic: Article about estimates of future autism rates.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Autism Behaviors: Do They Reflect Medical Issues?: Margaret Bauman, a pediatric neurologist who has been studying and treating children with autism for 25 years, argues that some of the difficult behaviors associated with autism are actually caused by other medical issues that have gone unrecognized.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Four-year Study Shows Long-term Gains for Children on the Autism Spectrum: Early Start Denver Model, developed with help from UC Davis researcher, proves successful two years after application.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Autism Therapies: In this article, the Community Pharmacy offers some background on Autism as well as a wide range of therapies.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library A review of research trends in physiological abnormalities in autism spectrum disorders: immune dysregulation, inflammation, oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction and environmental toxicant exposures, Dan Rossignol, MD and Richard Frye, MD: Recent studies have implicated physiological and metabolic abnormalities in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other psychiatric disorders, particularly immune dysregulation or inflammation, oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction and environmental toxicant exposures (‘four major areas’). The aim of this study was to determine trends in the literature on these topics with respect to ASD.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Metabolic disorders and abnormalities associated with autism spectrum disorder, Richard Frye, MD and Dan Rossignol, MD: Recent research has implicated systematic physiological and metabolic abnormalities, such as immune dysregulation, inflammation, oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction and other metabolic disorders that transcend organ specific dysfunction in ASD. Mitochondrial dysfunction and cerebral folate abnormalities are the most prevalent metabolic disorders affecting children with ASD, but there are a number of other metabolic disorders associated with ASD and this study examines the various other metabolic disorders.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library My Experience Learning About Autism, Dan Rossignol, MD: Dr. Rossignol discusses his autism story about his two sons from the time they were born, the symptoms they had from infancy and the autism treatments he and his wife did with the boy to help them improve. Dr. Rossignol also discusses his journey as a physician, researcher, and father.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Treatments for biomedical abnormalities associated with autism spectrum disorder, Dan Rossignol, MD and Richard Frye, MD: Identifying the metabolic or physiological abnormalities associated with ASD is important, as treatments for such abnormalities may be possible. Thus, a better understanding of these abnormalities may allow for the development of novel treatments for children with ASD. This study examines the evidence for metabolic abnormalities related to ASD along with potential treatments.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Identification and Treatment of Pathophysiological Comorbidities of Autism Spectrum Disorder to Achieve Optimal Outcomes, Dan Rossignol, MD and Richard Frye, MD: Despite the fact that the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) continues to rise, no effective medical treatments have become standard of care. In this paper, we review some of the pathophysiological abnormalities associated with ASD and their potential associated treatments. There are some promising areas of ASD research that could lead to novel treatments that could become standard of care in the future, but more research is needed to better define subgroups of children with ASD who are affected by specific pathophysiological abnormalities and the optimal treatments for these abnormalities.
BiomedicalAutismCommunity Library Diagnosis Autism: Now What? A Simplified Biomedical Approach by Dan Rossignol, MD: Dr. Dan Rossignol talks about his own family struggle with autism with his two sons. He tells his own personal story of how he he began this journey with autism and gives parents very helpful tips on what to do after receiving the diagnosis of autism.