Research by Topic: exposure

Podcast: What is the focus this week? The unsung heroes of grandparents and clinicians

Published May 1, 2017

Scientists have studied males compared to females with autism, but rarely have there been studies about what clinicians see as differences in these two groups. Given that they provide insight on diagnosis, needs and access to services, it is kind of important to talk to them, and a study out this week in the journal Autism […]

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An old exposure, PCB, shows ties to autism

Published August 29, 2016

PCB’s, or Polychlorinated biphenyls is  a group of over 200 different manufactured chemicals which stopped being used decades ago.  However, they don’t break down and widespread pollution of these chemicals means that they are still all over the environment and we continue to be exposed to them.  This week, Dr. Kristen Lyall from Drexel University showed […]

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