As part of a nationwide effort to prevent fraud, people with disabilities in one state are receiving GPS monitoring devices that are supposed to be with them anytime they receive services.
New research suggests that blood and urine tests could one day be used to diagnose autism, potentially offering a biomarker to identify children at younger ages.
After news reports indicated that the school shooter in Florida may be on the spectrum, autism advocates are working to dispel links between violence and the developmental disability.
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