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Developmental Concerns:Preventing Autism in Children
2011-12-14
Name: Editor Can Autism be prevented? Why are some children more susceptible to Autism? How can parents minimise the risk of developing autism in children?

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2016-03-03
#1
Name: Saloni
Subject:  RE:Preventing Autism in Children
Breastfeeding is the best way to protect the baby from illnesses and this includes Autism. It is better to limit the vaccines for expecting moms visit your doctor regulary i hope they have the best advice for you

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2013-06-19
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Name: Shasha Negi
Subject:  Tips for Moms to prevent Autism
Breastfeeding is the best way to protect the baby from illnesses and this includes Autism. It is better to limit the vaccines for expecting moms unless it is seriously required as many vaccines have thimerisol which is actually mercury and it can pass on to the fetus and cause nerve damage or autism. gluten has been found to increase autism symptoms and children with autism have recovered by eliminating this protein from their diets.Antibiotics kill both the bad and the important good bacteria in our bodies. If giving your child antibiotics is necessary, make sure to also give them probiotics at same time. Avid contact with pesticides also
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2016-02-16
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Name: pp
Subject:  hi
thank u for telling. i didn't knew the information. autism i read about it in y psychology books but didn't have this much deep knowledge in fact it was not given there with this angle. thank you for the advice to a would be mother.
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2013-06-19
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Name: Sabah
Subject:  Preventing Autism
Autism can not be prevented but the risk can be minimised by taking some precautions. there is still no sure shot way of preventing autism in kids. Before becoming pregnant, a woman should have healthy preconception diet. She should have a good diet and make some better lifestyle choices. She should consume organically-grown grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and sources of protein as autism is also known to be due to environmental factors. a healthy pregnancy can lower the risk of autism.
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2016-02-16
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Name: pp
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thank u for telling. i didn't knew the information. autism i read about it in y psychology books but didn't have this much deep knowledge in fact it was not given there with this angle.
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2013-06-19
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Name: Pavana
Subject:  Preventing Autism tips
there are many things a woman can do to prevent the risk of having autism in her kids. Reducing sugar consumption, minimizing the use of antibiotics, taking probiotics, and using specific diets and herbs also lead to a healthy pregnancy and thus lowering the risk. Tobacco, alcohol and caffeine should also be eliminated. Diet plays a major role in giving birth to an autistic kid. so the key to a healthy kid is to prevent infections and diseases ion pregnancy.
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