Wash U Study: Racial Disparity in Local Autism DiagnosesWash U child psychiatrist Dr. John Constantino says African-American children are also more likely to be misdiagnosed with a less serious condition.
Local Pediatricians Disagree with Trump on Vaccine-AutismLocal pediatricians try to put out the vaccine-autism fire that was recently re-lit by Donald Trump.
Study: Highlighting Dangers Of Diseases Could Be Key To Getting People VaccinatedThe best way to encourage people to get vaccinated is to educate them on the dangers of the diseases they're meant to prevent, a new study suggests.
Measles Outbreak: To Vaccinate Or Not VaccinateWith the potential to affect thousands, the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. has placed a spotlight on a debate that’s raged for years.
Study Suggests Early Autism Symptoms Can Be ReversedA local psychiatrist is excited about a new small study that shows if infants are treated early enough, developmental problems can be reversed.
Mother Says Children Left Waiting for School Bus That Never Showed UpSays the wait caused intense anxiety for her autistic son.
Study: No Evidence Vaccines Cause AutismSerious side effects from vaccines are rare and there's no evidence they lead to autism, according to a new study.
Autism Insurance Beneficiaries Rising in MissouriThe state insurance department says insurers paid for 3,070 people to receive autism services last year.
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Father Pleads Not Guilty to Keeping Autistic Son in Urine Soaked Cage Terry Smith has pleaded not guilty to one count of felony child endangerment. He is accused of keeping his autistic son in a urine soaked cage.
Study Finds Infant's Eyes Could Signal AutismResearchers at Emory University, led by Dr. Warren Jones, studied eye movements in babies from birth to three years of age.
SLU Pediatrician Criticizes Vaccine Skeptics After Measles Outbreak"It is really important, as parents, if you have fears for your kid's safety, for those fears to be rational," SLU Care pediatrician Dr. Ken Haller says.