Music critic describes life wth Asperger's syndrome
Posted by lightfoot on Wednesday, March 19, 2008 (07:59:30) By REBECCA DELANEY
COLUMBIA â€” Tim Page wouldnâ€™t wish Aspergerâ€™s syndrome on anyone.
Page, however, has transformed disability into ability. Itâ€™s a real-life twist on making lemonade out of lemons: When life handed Page Aspergerâ€™s Syndrome, he forged an illustrious career out of music criticism.
Posted by lightfoot on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 (18:25:40) By Dr Manhatten
There is no hard evidence linking autism to vaccinations. So why did John McCain choose the losing side in this debate?
Weâ€™re all used to watching presidential candidates torture facts in unspeakable ways.
Recently, however, the presumptive Republican nominee Sen. John McCain took a break from the usual distortions of foreign policy, taxes, and the federal budget in favor of a new topic: whether thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative used in vaccines, causes autism.
Vaccines and Autism: Can the Causal Link Be Proven in Law?
Posted by lightfoot on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 (17:51:54) By Serena Wolfond, L.L.B. Candidate 2010
In order to prove that the MMR vaccination causes autism it must be apparent: (a) that but for the administration of the vaccination, autism would not be present, and (b) that (a) is true on a balance of probabilities (i.e. that it is more likely true than not true).
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