TIAM Saturday October 8thBackStoppers, Autism Speaks walk, "The Girl On the Train" and birthdays!
FSU Player Eats Lunch with Autistic Student Sitting AloneA small gesture of kindness by Florida State University wide receiver Travis Rudolph captured in a photo and shared on Facebook had tears streaming down the face of the sixth-grader's mother, Leah Paske.
Researchers Assess How Autism Traits Could Be Passed GeneticallyWashington University School of Medicine researchers are recruiting 500 grandmothers to assess how autism traits may pass through their genes.
Local Liquor Store Cancels Appearance by Rapper 50 CentThe rapper mocked a teenager who suffers from autism, then posted a video of it on social media.
Local Fire Departments Team Up With Project LifesaverProject Lifesaver is a nationwide program designed to prevent people who suffer from Autism and Alzheimer's going missing.
TIAM Saturday April 2ndClark Terry mural, Project Lifesaver, "I Saw the Light" and birthdays!
New Devices Help St. Charles County Police Locate WanderersThe device began as a way to track endangered animals. Police can find its location from one mile on the ground, five miles from the air or 12 feet under water.
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.

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