Autism Research: October 16, 2015 Week in Review

Social brain impaired in autism, study reveals Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles have identified areas in brain that are responsible for regulating social behaviors. They found that in young adults with high functioning autism, these areas were insufficiently networked as well as underdeveloped. The study led by Danny J J Wang from […]

Autism Research: 31st July, 2015 Week in Review

Autism costs to cross $500 billion by 2025 Health economists at the University of California Davis Health System have projected life care costs for people on the spectrum in the US. Keeping in mind that treatment is elusive, job opportunities poor and effective interventions minimal, they have projected loss of $268 billion for 2015 alone […]