Bogus Study: Association of Cord Plasma Biomarkers of In Utero Acetaminophen Exposure With Risk of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder

It is no secret that when a pregnant person is experiencing pain or fever, acetaminophen, also known as Tylenol and Paracetamol, is most often recommended. It is the only painkiller considered safe for pregnant people to take for pain and fever without harming the fetus. At the same time, infant Tylenol is the first line... Continue Reading →

Bogus Study: Spectrum 10k

Notice how the same graphic is used for this study as Spark for Autism. It's literally the same idea. Spectrum 10k is yet another DNA collection of autistic DNA. This time its being brought out by the Autism Research Center. ¬†University of Cambridge (David Rowitch), Autism Research Centre (Simon Baron-Cohen, Carrie Allison, Varun Warrier, Isabelle... Continue Reading →

Bogus Study: Prenatal and Postnatal Exposure to Acetaminophen in Relation to Autism Spectrum and Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Symptoms in Childhood: Meta Analysis in Sia European Population Based Cohorts

Aceminophin, Tylenol in the United States and Pharacetamol in Europe, is a commonly used over the counter pain medication that is commonly used in developed countries. It is currently sued by 46-56% of pregnant women in these developed countries. This is because it is considered the safest analgesic (pain medication) for pregnant AFAB and children.... Continue Reading →

Nicotine for Autism?

In 2018, Yale School of Medicine conducted two studies that centers around using nicotine patches for autistic people displaying aggression. The very patches that help grown adults quit smoking to overcome a nicotine addiction to reduce their risk of lung cancer and heart disease.   There are some parents who heard rumors that nicotine could be... Continue Reading →

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