Abstract: There is increasing evidence that wireless transmissions have biological effects, some of which are harmful, at levels that may be orders of magnitude below pre-sent safety guidelines. These guidelines were drawn up on the assump
From NCB press release:
- Dramatic 50% increase since 2004 - 49,300 to 73,000 children in England
- 57,615 children with complex autism in schools in England, more than double the number in 2004.
- Report questions whether Government, local
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Research in Developmental Disabilities. Special Issue: Clustered and Longitudinal Studies in Developmental Disabilities Research
We are inviting researchers in the field of developmental disabilities to submit papers for consideration for in
The Childcare Resource and Research Unit is conducting a survey of parents and parents-to-be across Canada who are (or whose partner is) expecting a baby or on paid or unpaid maternity/parental leave.
We are studying how parents make plans
Victoria Shepherd writes: At Cardiff University we are conducting a study to look at health and social care professionals’ views and understanding of how decisions are made for people who are unable to provide their own informed consent for
Because of growing evidence on health risks of wireless radiation, the Maryland State Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC) issued a report advising the Department of Education to recommend local school d
Extracted from an article by Nicholette Zeliadt dated 15 February 2017 on the website below.
This rapid growth can in fact predict whether a child will later be diagnosed with autism.
The findings point to a possible biomarker that could hel