Researchers working on possible autism test for children
They are measuring babies' brain waves to predict whether they'll develop the condition.
Federal authorities say two Arizona brothers fooled donors to at least nine political action committees into giving more than $50 million during the last decade
Utah has yet to officially add a ballot initiative allowing residents to vote for allowing medical marijuana , but one of the state's biggest institutions is coming out against it. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) issued a memorandum prepared by the church's regular legal firm,
Visits to the dentist can be scary for any child, but can be especially trying for many children with autism . Some can be unsettled by lights in their faces, or overwhelmed by noises from dental equipment. That's where Zucca, a therapy Labrador, comes in to help make things a little easier. Zucca
A dog breeder has been accused of selling untrained puppies for $25,000 and posing them as service dogs, according to a lawsuit filed by Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring. The company, Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers, "represents itself as a nonprofit organization devoted to raising,
A form of ecstasy, the illegal club drug known for its a euphoric high, may be able to help people with post-traumatic stress disorder. The pure chemical form of the drug, known as MDMA, is showing potential for therapy. Approximately seven percent of people in the United States will suffer from
Can a baby’s brain waves predict the chance of autism ? New research that looked at brain wave patterns of babies and toddlers showed the answer is likely yes. A research group in Boston crunched data on brain activity from a group of 188 infants, between 3 months and 3 years old, to see if the
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what to know about the new study on autism live on "GMA."