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TheAutismDoctor’s Top Stories

TheAutismDoctor’s Top Stories

As I have previously explained, I produce this blogpost for 4 principle reasons; to learn, to teach, to offer a middle-ground, and to ventilate about the less-than-state-of-the-art medical care offered to patients with autism and ADHD. Here are my picks for...
12 Days of Autism Christmas

12 Days of Autism Christmas

On the first day of Christmas, my practice sent to me… A bunch of kids who got better from ASD. On the twelfth day of Christmas, my practice sent to me… 12 Who started speaking  11 Picky eaters   10 Toe walkers     9 Happy flappers      8 From...
Autism Literature Review 2016

Autism Literature Review 2016

In the face of an exploding incidence of childhood developmental abnormalities, scientific knowledge is sorely lacking. These are my top picks for the most useful human research that improves our understanding about the cause(s) and treatment(s) of these conditions....
Practicing Pediatric Special Needs Medicine

Practicing Pediatric Special Needs Medicine

I’m not a big fan of posting patient testimonials. Fake news is in the news, and it’s pervasive. Plus, it seems unlikely that any practitioner would post negative information about their own practice. On the other hand, many Googlers, my wife included, see...
Flu Shots in Pregnancy May Increase Autism Risk

Flu Shots in Pregnancy May Increase Autism Risk

The Journal of the American Medical Association recently published a study entitled, Association Between Influenza Infection and Vaccination During Pregnancy and Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Whispering Down the Lane Health News from NPR, Fox News, Medscape.com...