Autism today in South Korea and related Social Attitudes

According to a recent study, the prevalence of autism amongst children in South Korea is estimated to be 2.64% of the population of school age children. This can be defined as a high figure from a medical-social perspective, where the highest rates have been in the US were the statistics are usually cited as 1.8% […]

Autism Research Review – June 2013

Protein causing Autism linked to specific behaviours Nature Neuroscience published a study led by Dr. Carlos Portera-Cailliau on June 3rd. Using mice model in a laboratory, the team lead by Dr. Carlos found that mice that lacker fmr1 gene, showed some of the same symptoms of the Fragile X Syndrome like impaired social interaction and […]