Research Reveals: Tweens
2.6 percent of the children had autism -- more than two times the average rate reported in developed nations. Credit: AFP/Getty Images ...Researchers found 2.6 percent of the children studied had autism.
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Watch a video on how autism can be treated.Credit: Getty Images Moms of kids with autism usually try everything under the sun -- fro...There's new guidance in the world of autism treatment: While medications can be a mixed bag, behavioral interventions can help -- a lot.
Check out what our Healthy Family Challengers are doing to stay in shape!Credit: Getty Images When overweight kids are teased or ost...Researchers suggests friends are a healthy alternative to food.
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The outpouring of grief over a suicide could be seen as glorifying the person who completed suicide, which may cause other teens to think ...The outpouring of grief over a student suicide could be seen as glorifying the person who completed suicide, which may cause other teens to think they want all that attention.
Farm living could be ideal for kids with asthma and allergies, a new study shows. Credit: Getty "Green Acres is the place to be" may bec...A new study says kids who grow up on farms have fewer allergies.
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