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Subtle differences in brain connections of autistic men revealed

Subtle differences in brain connections of autistic men revealed

01 Feb 2016

London: Men with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have subtle differences in a part of the brain crucial to developing language and social interaction skills, a new study has found. The findings could explain why symptoms persist into adulthood in some people with the disorder.

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Possible to detect <strong>autism</strong> in foetus: Study

Possible to detect autism in foetus: Study

27 Apr 2013

Scientists have found a way of detecting and quantifying an infant's risk of autism in the womb itself, says a new study conducted by scientists in the US.

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New app may help diagnose <strong>autism</strong> in children

New app may help diagnose autism in children

31 Dec 2015

Washington: Scientists have developed a new smartphone app that may screen for symtoms of autism by reading children's facial expressions for emotional cues.

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 Know why males are at higher risk of <strong>autism</strong>

Know why males are at higher risk of autism

12 Dec 2015

New York: Female infants have larger volumes of grey matter around the temporal-parietal junction of the brain than males at the time of birth, a new study has found.

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New mobile app to help people with <strong>autism</strong>

New mobile app to help people with autism

05 Oct 2015

London: British researchers have developed a new mobile app that could involve people with autism in the development of new technologies for their own use.

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<strong>Autism</strong> may begin in <strong>womb</strong>: Study

Autism may begin in womb: Study

28 Mar 2014

New York: Conditions for autism may develop even before birth, in the second and third trimester of pregnancy, a new study has found.

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<strong>Autism</strong> may originate during pregnancy: Study

Autism may originate during pregnancy: Study

08 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study reveals that autism may begin during a baby’s early development in the womb. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and the Allen Institute for Brain Science autism have published a study that gives clear and direct new evidence that autism begins during pregnancy.

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Cancer <strong>diagnosis</strong> affects cognitive function

Cancer diagnosis affects cognitive function

19 Apr 2015

Berlin: A cancer diagnosis can lead patients to experience post-traumatic stress which may affect cognitive function, a new study has found.

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New test to help early <strong>diagnosis</strong> of ovarian cancer

New test to help early diagnosis of ovarian cancer

26 May 2015

Washington:  Opening up the possibility for early diagnosis of ovarian cancer, scientists have identified genetic material that distinguishes its cells from normal cells.

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Video games to cure <strong>autism</strong>?

Video games to cure autism?

13 Apr 2015

London: Non-violent video games which capitalise on engaging storytelling have pro-social benefits that could ultimately be helpful to clinical disorders such as autism, says a study.

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