Posts Tagged "development delay"

Study: 1 in 110 U.S. Children had Autism in 2006

Posted on Aug 4, 2010 in Autism

by Julie Steenhuysen A new report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that one in 110 children in the United States had autism in 2006. “The average prevalence of autism among 8-year-olds increased by 57 percent,” according to Catherine Rice, lead author of the report and a behavioral health scientist at the CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities. The research shows that boys still outnumber girls in autism prevalence. One in 70 boys were diagnosed with the disorder, compared with one in 315 girls. However, girls...

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This is what it's all about…

Posted on Apr 29, 2009 in Announcements, Autism, Heavy Metals

Dear friends….feel free to pass this far and wide.  This is what it’s all about.  This is what is possible, if you believe and take action.  Our children are our most precious resource of all and are ALL meant to excel in life.  Nothing… and I mean NOTHING will hold them back, not even being poisoned. Many of you already know that my son Abie was vaccine injured and had documented mercury poisioning on his 4th set of tests.  I only allowed for a diagnosis of developmental delay.  He is the youngest formal witness in front of the US Congress and anyone can see the video on...

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