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Colorado has created a website that provides the public with child-protection and child-abuse data for each county, making the state one of four in the nation to make such information accessible to the public. The creation of the website is one part
With the sudden death of motivational blogger Karyn Washington, who was an extraordinary life force and inspired so many of us through her blog, I am reminded that the reality of suicide is becoming more present in our society. I believe we need to
The dynamic duo will be fielding questions about health, as it relates to African Americans. Please feel free to send them questions via [email protected] We promise to keep it anonymous. Best known as the lead vocalist of the popular 90s trio 702 ,
But while the diagnosis answered a central question, so much about Gabriel who was born with Down syndrome has remained a mystery. It's through an exploration of the unknown, with all its surprises and emotional challenges, that Mutch seeks to
Researchers watched videos they found on Youtube, in which the parent had described their child as autistic. Undergrads who had learned about behaviors typical in kids with autism then watched the videos. After that, researchers found the undergrads
UC Davis researchers have found a link between certain mental-health drugs taken during pregnancy and autism. Amy Konold is expecting her second daughter in July, but this pregnancy came with more stressors than it did when she carried 2-year-old
I've long scratched my head at one of the arbitrary political lines drawn in the sand in the world of mental health and mental illness advocacy serious mental illness. (Some people refer to it as severe mental illness, but the correct term is serious.
You wouldn't think it possible, but in one test that was conducted in the metros, Chennai showed the highest average stress levels...The Delhi/NCR region performed the best and notched up lower average stress scores than those of any other metro.
Imagine a digital tool uniquely created for people with autism one that works the way they think, reacts to their needs and inspires them to learn. Students from UC Irvine and Chapman University are competing this week in the second annual Autism App
The figure represent a jump of about 300, or 10 percent, from 2013 to 2014. More than one of every 80 students in Sacramento County public schools is classified as autistic. The number of autistic children also rose in El Dorado, Placer and Yolo