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Eye Tracking Technology Holds Promise for Earlier Autism Diagnosis

What if you could diagnose autism just by looking at how a child’s eyes move? While the technology is not quite that simple, an eye tracking system created by National Institutes of Health (NIH)-supported researcher Karen Pierce, Ph.D., and her team is paving the way for a simpler, more affordable tool for earlier diagnosis of… Read More »

Congenital heart disease and autism: A possible link?

Children born with congenital heart disease (CHD) are now surviving at extraordinarily high rates; for most, their life expectancy may be comparable to that of the general population. However, despite the great advances in medical and surgical care, many people with CHD experience long-lasting neurodevelopmental difficulties. These include problems with attention and executive function skills,… Read More »

Weekly health quiz — Google, autism and eggs

Want Access to My All-Time Top 30 Health Tips? It’s Free! You’ll also receive my FREE Natural Health newsletter | Privacy Policy ADVERTISEMENT July 01, 2019 1 Google’s June 2019 broad core algorithm update and its updated quality rater guidelines has resulted in: Greater visibility for high-quality, objective health news and information sites Higher Google-directed… Read More »