Shallower-than-normal brain waves may play a role in serious sleep problems in children with autism, a new study suggests.
Previous research has shown that between 40% and 80% of children with autism have sleep issues, such as trouble falling asleep or waking frequently during the night and rising early. These problems can be s... Full Page
Young school-aged children with behavior problems may have different bacteria in their guts than their well-behaved peers, new research suggests.
The study also noted that parents may play a key role in development of the particular bacteria in their child's gut (collectively known as the microbiome). That role even extends beyond the... Full Page
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