1. Radical Fecal Transplant Therapy in Kids Has Reduced Their Autism Severity by 47%  ScienceAlert
  2. Start Therapy Early For Autism To Maximise Benefits  Star2.com
  3. Autism symptoms reduced 50% in children who received fecal transplants, study finds  Daily Mail
  4. Let's Not Label Children With Autism As Autistic  Star2.com
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Transforming the microbial environment in the guts of children diagnosed with autism could significantly ease the severity of their condition's signature traits, according to newly published research.Transforming the microbial environment in the guts of children diagnosed with autism could significantly ease the severity of their condition's signature traits, according to newly published research.

Radical Fecal Transplant Therapy in Kids Has Reduced Their Autism Severity by 47%

The study by Arizona State University, which involved 18 children, builds on the theory that the neurological condition may be rooted in the gut, rather than the brain.The study by Arizona State University, which involved 18 children, builds on the theory that the neurological condition may be rooted in the gut, rather than the brain.

Autism symptoms reduced 50% in children who received fecal transplants, study finds | Daily Mail Online

“New in Health Communication on "Physician Mediation Theory and Pediatric Media Guidance in the Digital Age: A Survey of #Autism Medical and Clinical Professionals" https://t.co/3aFNG7hfNY How are doctors advising parents of autistic kids about media use? #AutismAwarenessMonth”

Meryl Alper on Twitter: "New in Health Communication on "Physician Mediation Theory and Pediatric Media Guidance in the Digital Age: A Survey of #Autism Medical and Clinical Professionals" https://t.co/3aFNG7hfNY How are doctors advising parents of autistic kids about media use? #AutismAwarenessMonth"

“My constituent Georgia Stokes has two children with #autism who are missing out on the education and support they need because of a lack of mandatory autism training for healthcare professionals - This #worldautismawarenessweek I raised this at #PMQs https://t.co/DKaOGs6npU”

Preet Kaur Gill MP on Twitter: "My constituent Georgia Stokes has two children with #autism who are missing out on the education and support they need because of a lack of mandatory autism training for healthcare professionals - This #worldautismawarenessweek I raised this at #PMQs… https://t.co/b9ST3xw0hV"

There is no cure for autism spectrum disorder, but starting the child on some form of therapy can help him or her become independent, and the earlier they start, the more improved their communication and behavioural skills will be.There is no cure for autism spectrum disorder, but starting the child on some form of therapy can help him or her become independent, and the earlier they start, the more improved their communication and behavioural skills will be.

Start Therapy Early For Autism To Maximise Benefits | Star2.com