Healing the Many Faces of Autism

Nicky’s daycare teacher Elise brought it to Kara’s attention first. “Your son’s not really interacting with the other kids,” she told her. Every day when he comes in two-and-a-half-year-old Nicky must walk a particular path Read More

Vitamin D and Autism: The Missing Link

Causes, Prevention, and Treatment I first became interested in vitamin D when I learned that it is not a vitamin. Instead, it is the only known substrate of a seco-steroid neuro-hormone that functions, like all Read More

Hope for the Weary

Just imagine. You are pregnant and expecting your first child. For nine months, the anticipation builds, compounded by baby showers, gifts, excited relatives, and congratulatory friends. The day finally arrives and you welcome your baby Read More

3 Fun Yoga Poses for Kids with Autism

April is National Autism Awareness Month, and yoga is proving to have many benefits for children on the autism spectrum. For instance, a recent study found that elementary school kids with autism spectrum disorder who Read More