People with disabilities are falling far short when it comes to consuming recommended levels of vitamins and other nutrients, researchers say.
Health & Behavior
A new study has found links between autism and exposure to higher levels of certain air toxics during pregnancy and the first two years of life.
Making an appointment with a psychiatrist is often an uphill battle no matter if you’re insured or if you intend to pay out of pocket, a new study suggests.
A chemical that’s found in broccoli and other vegetables may be able to dramatically improve behavior and social skills in those with autism, researchers say.
Monthly home visits to teach parents how to best work with their children with autism can go a long way toward improving kids’ interactions, researchers say.
An inability to place behaviors in context — such as what usually comes before or after a smile, a cry or a shout — could be at the root of autism, researchers say.
For the first time, a White House event will bring together experts from across the country to address the unique health and fitness concerns of those with disabilities.
Doctors are getting a reminder that adolescents with developmental disabilities are interested in sex too and their need for guidance and contraception should not be overlooked.
Children with autism are far less physically active than their typically-developing peers, researchers say.
Federal officials are taking steps to clarify new requirements surrounding Medicaid coverage of autism treatments.
A nutrient deficiency that’s common among pregnant women could impact the odds of giving birth to a child with autism, researchers say.
Assessing how quickly the brain responds to sights and sounds could offer a more precise and earlier method to diagnose autism, new research suggests.