Wednesday, June 15, 2011

CDC Resources on ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) Care for the vulnerable youth of the future

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Re: Constant Awareness demands Constant Attention

As the epidemic of ASD is accelerating, the CDC has put together an interesting resource material for potential parents of children whose conditions might not easily be diagnosed and resolved due to the hidden and latent nature of the disease process itself.

The use of alcohol, drugs and stimulants before and during sex is exposing the fetus in utero to toxic environment that with time evolves with a series of syndromes and spectrums that have not yet been identified by the medical profession.  ASD was not a fashionable diagnosis some 20 years ago when I was in teaching and practicing in Medical School setting.  Today, it is the buz word in the pediatric profession.

The public is not well versed with this serious condition and the attached material could be helpful.

Constant Awareness Demands Constant Attention to protect the safety and security of the future Generartion...BMJ

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Belai Habte-Jesus, MD, MHPH

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