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Autistic children can make eye contact—it’s just they don’t understand its significance image

NEWSAutistic children can make eye contact—it’s just they don’t understand its significance

November 30th 2016

It’s not true that autistic children can’t make eye contact; they can, but they don’t always u...

Autism rate could be even higher as cases wrongly diagnosed as ADHD image

NEWSAutism rate could be even higher as cases wrongly diagnosed as ADHD

November 2nd 2016

Around one in every 42 boys is today diagnosed with autism—and the true figure could be even higher as many cases are being wrongly identified as ADHD...

New hope for spinal injury victims—it’s all in the gut image

NEWSNew hope for spinal injury victims—it’s all in the gut

October 19th 2016 in Diabetes

There’s been a major discovery about spinal cord injury—often seen as a life sentence—that ope...

Autism more common in autumn babies—and mothers’ vit D levels could be to blame image

NEWSAutism more common in autumn babies—and mothers’ vit D levels could be to blame

September 5th 2016

Autumn babies are more likely to suffer from learning difficulties. This is probably because their m...

Pregnant women who take paracetamol more likely to have a child with behavioural problems image

NEWSPregnant women who take paracetamol more likely to have a child with behavioural problems

August 17th 2016

Many women take paracetamol (acetaminophen) for pain and fever when they’re pregnant, assured that...

Children more likely to develop autism if they have an autistic older sibling image

NEWSChildren more likely to develop autism if they have an autistic older sibling

August 8th 2016

Just why a child develops autism remains something of a mystery—but there could be a genetic link. Children whose sibling ha...

Paracetamol in pregnancy linked to increased autism, ADHD risk image

NEWSParacetamol in pregnancy linked to increased autism, ADHD risk

July 4th 2016

...acetamol (acetaminophen) when they are pregnant are more likely to give birth to a child with autism or ADHD (attention-deficit, hyperactive disorder), a new study has suggested.

Zika virus hasn’t caused the ‘shrunken head’ epidemic in Brazilian babies, says research group image

NEWSZika virus hasn’t caused the ‘shrunken head’ epidemic in Brazilian babies, says research group

June 28th 2016

The Zika virus probably hasn’t caused the epidemic of cases of microcephaly in newborns in Brazil,...

Not all in the head: autism could be a disorder of our peripheral nerves image

NEWSNot all in the head: autism could be a disorder of our peripheral nerves

June 13th 2016

Autism is seen as a developmental problem that’s centred in the brain—but new research suggests ...

CDC knew that vaccines increased autism risk eight-fold, new papers reveal image

NEWSCDC knew that vaccines increased autism risk eight-fold, new papers reveal

June 1st 2016

The US’s health regulators have been hiding data that establishes that vaccines have been causing autism and neuro-developmental disorders, a whistle-blower claims. The CDC (Centers for Disease Cont...

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Psychotic prescribing image

FEATUREPsychotic prescribing

April 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 1) in Diabetes, Drugs

Pressure-selling tactics from drug companies, including bribes in the form of gifts and trips to exo...

The MMR merry-go-round image

FEATUREThe MMR merry-go-round

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Special Reports

In the wake of Andrew Wake-field and his MMR-autism theory being discredited by the General Medical Council (GMC), the UK government was no doubt...

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FEATUREInfertility and assisted reproduction

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Drugs, Environment, Special Reports

Babies born as a result of invitro fertilization (IVF) are up to two times more likely to have birth...

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FEATUREOTC drugs: Medicine's dark side

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Diseases, Drugs, Special Reports

There are more than 100,000 different OTC remedies available for us to self-medicate a range of comm...

Monkey business: Why the MMR-autism debate won't go away image

FEATUREMonkey business: Why the MMR-autism debate won't go away

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Drugs, Special Reports

Health agencies and doctors had hoped that the debate would have ended with the public vilification ...

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FEATUREMilk: don't drink up

March 2010 (Vol. 20 Issue 12) in Diabetes, Special Reports

Milk is no longer considered the wonder food it once was

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FEATUREChemical sensitivity

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) in Diseases, Special Reports

Chemical sensitivity has many guises, as seen in the case here

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FEATUREHiding behind junk science

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) in Drugs, Special Reports

In early February 2008, the medical profession and the media gleefully announced that the final evid...

Brain waves :The autism link image

FEATUREBrain waves :The autism link

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) in Environment, Special Reports

Mobile phones-and wireless technology in general-have been very much in the press recently, with som...

Lyme disease : A leaky brain image

FEATURELyme disease : A leaky brain

April 2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) in Diseases, Drugs, Special Reports

The first cases of Lyme disease (LD) occurred in the US, but it's now acknowledged to be a worldwide...

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