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Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library What Can Be Done to Prevent Autism Now? by Maureen McDonnell, RN: Maureen McDonnell worked many years for the DAN (Defeat Autism Now) organization and makes her recommendations and tips for preventing autism.
Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library The Simple Test Which May Prevent Autism: Emerging research also suggests strong links between gut flora and both diabetes and brain disorders such as autism.
Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library Video Feedback Helps Parents Engage Infants at Risk for Autism: Autism Speaks-funded study suggests that brief parent-training program fosters infant development in ways that may reduce autism risk.
Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library Dr. David Berger on Minimizing Autism Incidence: In this article, Dr. David Berger discusses preventive strategies to try and minimize the incidence of autism.
Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library From Preconception to Infancy: Environmental and Nutritional Strategies for Lowering the Risk of Autism by David Berger MD, FAAP: Dr. Berger gives a very scientific explanation of the biochemical pathways, the methylation process, the genetic mutation MTHFR, heavy metal toxicity, low glutathione and impaired detoxification of children with autism. He also provides nutritional strategies and key prevention pointers to lower the risks of autism.
Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library Minimizing Autism: The Age of Autism newspaper interviewed Dr. David Berger, pediatric physician who specializes not only in treating children with autism but also prevention and minimization of the incidence of autism.
Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library Eating Healthy Fats during Pregnancy Reduces Autism Risk: Eating products with healthy fats during pregnancy can help prevent autism.
Parent InfoPreventing Autism TipsCommunity Library Daniel Rossignol: More funding needed to study autism by Dan Rossignol, MD: Dr. Rossignol gives a heartfelt account of his own personal family situation with two sons with autism. He describes his journey after diagnosis and what conditions and treatment protocols are specific to children with autism spectrum disorders. He makes a plea for more funding needed to study autism. In 2012, the amount of money NIH spent on autism research was $192 million, or 0.6 percent of the NIH budget.