Autism is more of a risk for boys than girls by a factor of four boys for every one girl or three boys for every one girl diagnosed with autism depending on the type of study and diagnostic criteria. There is some speculation that autism in girls presents with less obvious symptoms than in boys.… Continue reading Average Autism and Alzheimer’s Rates Differ by Gender
The rate of autism in the 1970s was around 1 child in 10000. Prior to the 1930s the disease was barely heard of and only a few children, fewer than ten, had even been documented in psychiatric medical records as having any symptoms similar to the autism spectrum symptoms. (Denial/Blaxill, Olmsted) Around 1999 to 2000… Continue reading Autism rate is increasing at a rate faster than evolution can explain
The short story is that pomegranate polyphenols activate a very strong positive defense mechanism against inflammation that may be less active in autism. Read more: Pomegranate juice polyphenols induce a phenotypic switch in macrophage polarization favoring a M2 anti-inflammatory state. (1) “Pomegranate juice given daily for 2 years to 40 prostate cancer patients with increasing… Continue reading Pomegranate polyphenols and Microglia M2 activation
I told you the last story to tell you a different one. My father is not a computer scientist but as a mechanical engineer and he liked to build things in his spare time in a home workshop with many tools with which he could custom make hand engineered parts built to fit whatever the… Continue reading Prenatal ultrasounds are a great idea, but for baby too?