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Acetaminophen Use & Autism: You May Think Twice

submitted by dramberbrooks

Acetaminophen, commonly known as Tylenol®, is a medication used to treat fever and mild to moderate pain. Dr. Shaw owner of Great Plains Labs wrote about this topic in his newsletter stating there is strong evidence that increased acetaminophen use in genetically vulnerable children appears to be the major cause of the autism epidemic. Of course this possible genetic susceptibility is also a concern with pregnant women ingesting acetaminophen. Most pregnant women are told acetaminophen is an option to relive headaches with little known side effects.

Exercise your Autism!

submitted by KendraFinestead

Dare I bring up a topic that most of you will probably skip over? I dare, and I hope that you stick around long enough to get the important message that is being addressed, as This is not your ordinary exercise article. I’m talking about exercise, but not in the traditional sense that we all assume. I am talking about exercise as it relates to our kids with Autism.

Autism / Mitochondrial Link Explored

New research shows that 1 in 300 babies born today are born with mitochondrial disease. ABCNews recently spoke to neurologist Dr. Bruce Cohen to learn more about mitochondrial disease and it's possible link to autism. It is thought that a certain percentage of children with autism have a mitochondrial disease as an uderlying cause of their autism.

Tue, 08/26/2008 - 09:21
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