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The University of North Texas in Denton is opening the doors to a new facility aimed at helping families overcome the challenges associated with autism.
A new report in a medical journal says that it is the age of the father at the time of conception, not the age of the mother, that can raise the risk of autism in a child.
The U.T. Health Science Center is asking for help in better understanding what causes autism.
When you suspect that your child might have autism, getting answers as fast as possible can be crucial. Now, there may be a way to unlock the mystery in just minutes.
With autism now at what some experts call “epidemic” levels, some North Texas entrepreneurs say technology is the key to making treatment more affordable and therefore available to more families.
Like any Mom, Karen Carmeli is full of pride when she talks about her son, 9-year-old Yair. “He was a great baby… always happy. He was such a joy, and still is.” Yair is also autistic.
The Centers for Disease Control now estimates that one child in 88 in the United States is autistic. And there is no cure — only treatment.
Autism is more likely to occur in children whose mothers were obese while pregnant, new research suggests.
The Centers for Disease Control now estimates that one in 88 children in the US have autism. Fifteen-year-old Michael Susens is one of them, diagnosed when he was just two years old.
Buildings across North Texas, and all around the globe, are basking in blue on Monday as part of World Autism Awareness Day.