Tag Archive | Autism
American Academy of Pediatrics A national survey of parents has found the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) is about 1 percent of U.S. children. The study, “The Prevalence of Parent-Reported Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder Among Children in the United States, 2007,” published in the Oct. 5 issue of Pediatrics, draws on data from […]
AUTISM & IMMUNE DYSFUNCTION – ALL CHILDREN WITH REGRESSIVE AUTISM ARE THE SAME Many people say that “every child with Autism is different”. Children with autism may have different behaviors and medical symptoms, but the root cause for all their problems is the same. Autistic children suffer from chronic autoimmune diseases/dysfunction. The autoimmune diseases/dysfunction causes […]
There are additional huge implications from the statement, “this IS a disease” (NOT a Developmental disorder, a congenitally “miswired” brain, etc.) 1. “Disease” means these children were born with normally functioning brains that became dysfunctional. That means they can be fixed, in theory they can work normally, again. i. You cannot “fix” I recover from […]
A New Definition of Austim Autism as classically defined was and is a devastating disorder. It was a severely incapacitating disability that was relatively rare. It occurred in approximately 1-2 infants per 10,000 births. In this severe form of “Classic Autism” effective speech was absent. It could include symptoms of repetitive, highly unusual, aggressive and […]
Dr. Michael Goldberg presents vital information concerning Autism for parents and doctors.