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Is Autism Linked to Food Allergies?

Could there be a link between autism and food allergies? A new study from the University of Iowa suggests one, but... Read more »

New Drug Approvals: Palynziq (pegvaliase-pqpz)

The U.S. FDA approved Palynziq (pegvaliase-pqpz) for adults with a rare and serious genetic disease known as phenylketonuria (PKU). Patients with... Read more »

Nation’s Largest Employer Misses Disability Hiring Goal

The U.S. government is falling short on a plan to dramatically increase hiring of people with intellectual disability and other conditions,... Read more »

App Shows Potential in Flagging Autism

New research suggests that a simple iPhone app could be instrumental in helping screen children for autism from the comfort of... Read more »

Statins: The Next Class of Inhaled Drugs?

An emerging area of investigation in asthma and chronic pulmonary disease (COPD) is use of statins. The basis for this interest... Read more »

New Autism Genetics Study Could Help Explain Huge Spectrum

Genes responsible for a number of autism’s characteristics come in two varieties, which could help explain not only the condition’s diversity,... Read more »

For Adults with Autism, Specialized Therapy May Boost Employment Odds

New research suggests that a type of therapy relying on computer-based exercises and small group sessions can yield big gains for... Read more »

Schools Still Winning Most Special Ed Disputes

School districts continued to win most disputes over individualized education programs in the year since a U.S. Supreme Court decision affirmed... Read more »

Nike Turns to Runner with Cerebral Palsy to Help Design Next-Gen Shoe

One of the world’s largest athletic brands is expanding its lineup of shoes specially designed for people with disabilities. Nike said... Read more »

Test Predicts Autism in Babies as Young as Three Months

New research suggests that a simple, inexpensive test may be able to accurately identify whether or not children as young as... Read more »