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Brain study shows inflammation is a marker of autism

December 18, 2014

There are many different ways of getting autism, but we found that they all have the same downstream effect," says Prof. Dan Arking regarding his research team's finding that brains affected by autism share a pattern of inflammation as a result of increased immune responses. Read More »


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Happy Hanukkah From Therapeutic Resources

December 17, 2014

We wish you the special things that a bright and happy Hanukkah brings! Read More »


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Seeing How The Brain Responds To Hugs Could Lead To Better Autism Diagnosis

December 16, 2014

Thanks to new research, we may be able to see autism in the same way we see a broken ankle on an X-ray. Read More »


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To Stay Energy Efficient As You Age, Keep On Running

December 15, 2014

Walking is a simple thing that becomes really, really important as we age. Being able to get around on our feet for extended periods of time not only makes everyday life easier, it's linked to fewer hospitalizations and greater longevity. As we get older, though, the body takes about 15 to 20 percent more energy to cover the same terrain. Read More »


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