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    Oxytocin for Autism

    Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  Another example of safe and quite effective intervention.       Oxytocin Improves Brain Function in Children With Autism ScienceDaily (May 19, ...

    Baclofen for autism

    Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  Baclofen is an old medication which is a muscle relaxant. Typically it was used to lessen the muscle spasms of cerebral palsy or multiple sclerosis.  Years ...

    Autism requires thinking outside of the box… Ecstacy?

    Dr. Weeks’ Comment: We often recommend Oxytocin along with a corrective protocol for people (kids and adults) suffering with autism, autism spectrum disorders and Asperger’s ...

    Chugging milk and not feeling good or thinking clearly

    Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  Courtesy of my friend, Robert Cohen  www.notmilk.com  Seasonal Autism & Attention Deficit It begins with Thanksgiving and stretches weeks past January ...

    Airway – the start of something nice (like… life!)

     Dr. Weeks Comment:   Remember your ABC’s :  Airway, Breathing and Circulation  and guard your airway patency!  Thank you, to the brilliant Dr. Farrand Robson! Breathing ...

    Autism and Electrical Pollution

    Subject: A Possible Association Between Fetal/neonatal Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation and the Increased Incidence of Autism Spectrum Disorders   The linkage ...

    Aspertame Law Suits – the time is ripe!

    Russell Blaylock is quoted for a cause of macular degeneration:   SACRAMENTO — April 6th, Lawsuits were filed in three separate California courts against twelve companies who ...

    Nicotine and Autism

     Nicotine Receptors May Play Role In Development of Autism  Cholinergic nicotinic receptors, which have become a hot area for brain  researchers, are linked to yet another psychiatric-neurological  disorder—autism.    By ...
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