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Signature brain activity in infants predicts ASD symptoms – News-Medical.Net

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is rarely diagnosed until symptoms arise, often well into childhood. Evidence however, is mounting that developmental abnormalities likely emerge in the brain long before then: early identification of babies at risk for ASD coul…

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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is rarely diagnosed until symptoms arise, often well into childhood. Evidence however, is mounting that developmental abnormalities likely emerge in the brain long before then: early identification of babies at risk for ASD could allow for interventions that would improve their developmental outcomes.
Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, have found evidence of signature brain activity in infants that predicted ASD symptoms later at 18 months o…

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Trump roasted over weird WWII Spanish flu claim – CQ News

US President Donald Trump has been mocked online over a weird gaffe he committed during today’s White House media briefing.

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US President Donald Trump has been roasted online for a weird gaffe he committed during today’s White House media briefing.
It came during a bungled attempt to compare the current coronavirus pandemic to the horrors wrought by the Spanish flu in 1918.
“The closest thing is in 1917, they say, the great pandemic. It certainly was a terrible thing, where they lost anywhere from 50-100 million people. Probably ended the Second World War. All the soldiers were sick,” Mr Trump said.
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Sonoma County’s death toll from coronavirus reaches 50 – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Meanwhile, a fifth area nursing home reported at least one resident has died from the virus.

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Sonoma County health officials late Monday night reported three more virus-related fatalities, to bring the area COVID-19 death toll during the pandemic that began in March to 50 victims.
Each of the three latest casualties was over 65 and had underlying medical conditions, while two of them were residents of skilled nursing centers, officials said. And after a weekend of 239 new infections, the county reported 83 additional cases, boosting the overall coronavirus case tally over 3,750 countywi…

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