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I don’t know about you, but if I eat too closely to the time when I go to sleep, I have very vivid nightmares. Before I give a presentation and share my thoughts with others, my stomach does somersaults and the butterflies come out. Doctors are prescribing anti depressants for stomach and gastrointestinal issues. Clearly the mind and the stomach have some sort of connection, but what is it? Why does it exist? And what does this mean for Autism?
It seems that everyday, the CDC and EWG (Environmental Working Group, a non-profit organization dedicating to making the public aware of environmental dangers, are discovering that something else in the environment is negatively affecting our health, and particularly the health of Children. While it can certainly seem a bit overwhelming, the more we find out, the more we can protect ourselves and our children from potential hazards. Here are a few of the research findings of the EWG
Every form of Autism is unique. There are many cases of Autism that are similar – similar symptoms, similar patterns, similar family background. However, it all boils down to the fact that people are different – so each Autism case will be different. Each and every story is very inspiring. Alexis Diaz’s story is no different.