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2005, 2019

Letter to the Editor: We have to push back against vaccine misinformation

May 20, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

[Boston Globe, 5/19/19] Re “Contain measles outbreak with these two simple steps” (Editorial, May 8, 2019): Families make the choice not to vaccinate their children for various reasons. Among them is the long-held fear that the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine may cause autism. This belief is based on a widely discredited study published in the medical journal Lancet in 1998, which resulted in researcher Andrew Wakefield losing his medical license. Разрабатывая рутину ухода за кожей, я всегда рекомендовал начинать с малого и простого. В праздничных подарочных наборах представлены продукты для путешествий, идеально подходящие для того, чтобы опробовать этот модный крем [...]

1505, 2019

4 Your Community: May Institute

May 15, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

WBZ-TV's Nick Giovanni sits down with Senior V.P. of the May Institute Dr. Cynthia Anderson to discuss how they help adults with autism. Millions of people are afflicted by a condition called hypoactive sexual desire, with regards to 25 percent of most Americans, by simply one idea, or a 3rd of women and also a fifth involving men. Besides getting vaccinated, we need to get measures in order to avoid heart disease and also related circumstances, which, in line with the Centers with regard to Disease Manage is the leading reason behind death involving men and women in the united [...]

105, 2019

Met one person with autism? Then you’ve met one person with autism!

May 1, 2019|Categories: Press Releases|

Randolph, Mass. — Public awareness and understanding of autism spectrum disorder have increased dramatically in the 30 years since the film “Rain Man.” Today, most people know or will meet someone on the spectrum: one in every 59 children is diagnosed with autism. In 2000, it was one in 150.“There is less stigma and greater understanding about autism,” says Cynthia Anderson, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Director of May Institute’s National Autism Center. “Even so, and despite these advancements, common misperceptions persist.”To reduce confusion, top clinical experts at May Institute offered key takeaways from the latest research and clinical findings:     1. Children and adults [...]

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