Three 11-year-olds in a suburban St. Louis school district are reaching out to their peers with autism.
Nixon has chosen Springfield for a signing ceremony for another part of Missouri’s $24 billion budget.
Aaron Likens says living with a form of autism “is like running hurdles and not jumping.”
On average, women face a 1 in 88 chance of having a child with autism.
In 2011 nearly 4,000 Missouri residents received autism treatments that were covered by their health insurance plans.
The rate in previous studies suggested the risk to be somewhere between 8-15 percent.
Rooney Report Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney joins us to preview tonight’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Speech on Autism Breakthrough Dr. John Nicholas Constantino, Professor of psychiatry and Pediatrics at Washington University, previews his presentation […]
Charlie talks with Mo. State Senator Jim Lembke who wants to stop the movement to extend unemployment benefits from 79 weeks to 99 weeks; and David Ziolkowski, Architectural Lighting Engineer at HOK, talks about STL joining in the nat’l movement to illuminate buildings in blue to raise awareness of autism.
The conclusions of the 1998 paper by Andrew Wakefield and colleagues was renounced by 10 of its 13 authors.