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Suicidal thoughts appear to be more common in autistic people but they’re also more difficult to detect. Host Ben Kuebrich reports.
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Children born to women who received a routine vaccine while pregnant are not at an increased risk of autism, according to a study of nearly 82,000 mother-child pairs published today in Pediatrics1.
The vaccine, known as ‘Tdap,’ protects against pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, and other …
By Kimberly Gerry Tucker
Someone once told me, “I don’t understand your poetry! What is the meaning?!” I had to contemplate that before I answered. Finally, I said, “Read it slowly and see the images it evokes. Ask yourself, what does Kim’s poetry mean to me?”
The sidewalk I’m on is pitted, crumblin…