According to National Health data released last week, autism incidence among Irish children is now at 4.3%, an 82% rise in five years. One in 16 boys is affected. US rates trail Ireland’s slightly only because CDC lies to minimize the crisis. (Article by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., republished from ChildrensHealthDefense.org) In 2016, Judith Pinborough-Zimmerman, CDC’s Utah Principal Investigator for the … Continue reading One in every 16 Irish boys has autism: Crisis worse than COVID-19 and nobody cares
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) comprises of a range of neurodevelopmental disorders characterised by social/communication deficits as well as repetitive/restrictive interests or behaviours. Currently, the exact causes of ASD symptomology is far from being understood. This is, in part, due to the complex and multifactorial nature of the disorder.Despite such complexities significant progress to understanding the disorder … Continue reading The Epigenetics of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
You’ve childproofed your home, switched to organic food and personal care products, and generally do all you can to ensure your little ones are safe from harm. However, one danger you might have overlooked is aluminum. That might sound like a ridiculous statement on the surface; after all, you’ve probably been wrapping your food in … Continue reading Are your children safe from toxic aluminum exposure?
Autism and its causes can be a loaded subject. For every person who believes that it’s connected to vaccines and environmental toxins, there will be someone else who wants to convince you that it’s simply a random occurrence. However, there is now little doubt about one potential cause of autism: pesticide exposure. This link has … Continue reading DDT pesticide exposure during pregnancy now scientifically linked to autism
It is estimated that 1 in 59 children in the United States fall somewhere on the autism spectrum. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects the nervous system and is characterized by challenges with speech, social skills and communication. Many factors can determine a child’s predisposition to developing autism, such as genetic mutations during … Continue reading Social Deficits of Autism Reversed By Epigenetic Drug
Environmental factors are more important than previously thought in leading to autism, as big a factor as genes, according to the largest analysis to date to look at how the brain disorder runs in families. Sven Sandin, who worked on the study at King’s College London and Sweden’s Karolinska institute, said it was prompted “by … Continue reading Environment As Important As Genes In Autism, Study Finds
Vaccinations are a hot topic and I have been warning people about the negative health effects of these poisons for years. Some of the components of different vaccines that cause concern are chicken embryos that can transmit harmful viral material, and formaldehyde, which is embalming fluid. Even mercury and other toxic metals are used. I’m still tying … Continue reading Is There A Link Between Vaccinations & Autism?
Source: Why I’m Concerned About the Dangers of Aluminum by Dr. Edward Group Aluminum is the most widely distributed metal on the planet and it’s used in the production of many every-day products. Cookware is made from aluminum, soda cans are aluminum, and aluminum foil is found in most kitchens. Aluminum is also in antacids, aspirin, … Continue reading Why I’m Concerned About the Dangers of Aluminum
Source: Air Pollution and Autism: The Surprising Connection by Dr. Edward Group Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by difficulties in social interaction, impaired verbal and non-verbal communication abilities, and repetitive and restrictive behaviors. Studies indicate that one out of 68 children have some form of ASD, and males are four times as likely to … Continue reading Air Pollution and Autism: The Surprising Connection
New evidence suggests that heavy metal exposure may be a cause of autism, in a study conducted by researchers from Arizona State University and published in the journal Biological Trace Element Research. The researchers found that autistic children had significantly higher levels of numerous toxic metals in their blood than non-autistic children. Autism is a neurological disorder that … Continue reading Autistic children have more toxic metals in their blood