Research Articles

July 15, 2024

Personalized Ketogenic Diet Shows Promise for Autism and ADHD Treatment

New Study Highlights Significant Benefits in Cognition, Behavior, and Overall Well-Being for Children with Neuropsychiatric Symptoms Recent research has suggested that personalized variations of a ketogenic diet could significantly benefit children with neuropsychiatric symptoms such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and ADHD. Traditionally used for pediatric epilepsy, the ketogenic diet is now being explored for […]

July 15, 2024

New Study Links Gut Microbiome to Autism with High Diagnostic Accuracy

Researchers Identify Distinct Microbial Markers in Children with ASD, Suggesting Potential for Non-Invasive Diagnostic Tools and Improved Understanding of the Condition A comprehensive study by researchers from The Chinese University of Hong Kong confirmed a significant link between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and the gut microbiome, including bacteria, fungi, archaea, and viruses. By analyzing fecal […]

July 08, 2024

Study Finds More Intensive Autism Interventions Do Not Guarantee Better Outcomes

New Research Suggests Tailored, Developmentally Appropriate Approaches May Be More Effective for Young Children with Autism A new study led by the UNC School of Medicine and researchers across the country has found that higher-intensity interventions do not necessarily yield better outcomes for young children with autism. The meta-analysis, published in JAMA Pediatrics, reviewed data […]

July 01, 2024

Researchers Document Reversal of Severe Autism Diagnoses in Twins Through Comprehensive Treatment

Environmental and Lifestyle Modifications, Including Dietary Changes and Vision Therapy, Show Significant and Sustained Improvements A new case series from a team of researchers, including Dr. Richard Frye, has documented the reversal of Level 3 (i.e., requiring very substantial support) Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnoses in dizygotic toddler twin girls over a two-year period primarily through […]

June 17, 2024

High Prevalence of Mental Health Issues Discovered in Patients with Autoimmune Disorders

Research Team Finds that Depression, Anxiety, and Cognitive Dysfunction Are Common Among Those with Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis A new study by researchers from the University of Cambridge and King’s College London found that a majority of patients with autoimmune conditions, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, experience a wide range of mental health and […]

June 03, 2024

Dopamine Could Play a Pivotal Role in the Development of Autism

New Research Links Disrupted Dopaminergic Signaling to Neural Circuit Abnormalities in Autism, Highlighting Potential for Targeted Interventions A recent study published in The American Journal of Pathology highlights the crucial role of dopamine in neural development and its link to autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Dopamine is a type of neurotransmitter and hormone that plays a […]

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