Researchers link the genetic malady, Fragile X syndrome that is responsible for inherited autism, to the behavioral symptoms associated with the disease.
The move will mean that about 1 percent of the company's workforce will have autism spectrum disorder.
Health officials from the United Kingdom have held several weekend clinics to vaccinate children due to the increasing rates of measles cases.
Researchers discovered a link between epilepsy and autism traits in adults.
Study reports that men and women might be hardwired to respond to a hungry infant's cries differently.
Researchers found that fetal growth can affect an infant's risk of developing autism.
Researchers developed a new method of playing with autistic infants that uses positive reinforcement to train the infants to like social interactions.
Researchers discovered that abnormal foldings in placentas could be an indicator for autism.
Scientists from Stanford University have successfully turned a whole mouse brain and a part of a human brain transparent, which would make brain research more effective.
Because of his disorder, his family even coached him on what exactly to say to the dentist: remove the three teeth affected, and nothing more.
A new small study suggests that autistic children do things efficiently rather than socially, whereas normal children do things socially rather than efficiently.
President Obama will unveil the details surrounding the BRAIN Initiative, a research study aiming to map out the pathways of the brain in order to understand brain diseases better.
A recent study found that children who receive the full schedule of vaccinations have no increased risk of autism, reinforcing the lack of connection between the two.
Researchers found that the number of vaccinations an infant receives in one day does not increase the risk for autism.
Physical, emotional or sexual abuse in childhood significantly increases a woman's risk of giving birth to autistic children, according to new research.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.