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Depression and Anxiety approaches towards Children

Among the citizens in UAE the leading forms of mental disorders is Depression and anxiety, according to statistics from a mental health conference hosted by the Abu Dhabi- based American Centre for Psychiatry and Neurology. It’s no less alarming that depression is linked to suicide. Read more…

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Posted by Synthia - 29/05/2013 at 04:09

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Autism could be Diagnosed at Birth by Analyzing the Placenta

From the past decades, researchers have been trying to detect Autism earlier in the life of children so that early interventions can be administered. Now, it could be possible to detect Autism at the birth by analyzing the placenta. Read more…

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Posted by Theodore Frank - 28/05/2013 at 22:55

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Feeding Disorders may lead to Health Complications in Autism

A healthy eating and balanced diet is essential for the growth and development of the body. An improper diet may lead to different diseases such as malnutrition and other poor development of the body as well as sometimes, obesity. Read more…

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Posted by Theodore Frank - 19/02/2013 at 08:02

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Capgras Delusion: A Delusional Misidentification Syndrome

Capgras delusion is a type of disorder that occurs due to mental or neurological disturbances. Scientist’s believes that the disorder involves misidentification of people, places and objects. Most commonly this delusion Read more…

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Posted by Kavinsky - 07/02/2013 at 00:04

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Autism Linked to Bacterial Infections

Researchers have found a link between the autistic disorders and the metabolic product of a gut associated bacteria. A blood associated marker has been identified to be a potential diagnostic marker in early diagnosis of Autism. Read more…

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Posted by Theodore Frank - 06/02/2013 at 03:50

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Worm Therapy to treat Abnormal Behaviors in Autism

Ingesting the eggs of any worm as a treatment therapy may sounds absurd but researchers have revealed that this therapy may be possible to treat autoimmune disorders. This therapy is the implication of the hygiene hypothesis that the harmful organisms Read more…

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Posted by Theodore Frank - 02/02/2013 at 05:33

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