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Tag Results for "Autism"

Chili’s Sets Example for Serving Customers with Autism

Chili's Grill and Bar did an amazing job reacting to a child with autism. Arianna is a nine-year-old girl who was served a cheeseburger at a Chili's Grill and Bar in Midvale, Utah. Seeing that the burger was cut in half, she deemed it "broken" and refused to eat it. The staff, aware of the girl's autism, reacted amazingly and made the girl feel welcome with a "fixed" burger. continue reading »

Documentary Asks If Cancer, AIDS and Autism are “Incurable Diseases” or Lucrative Investments?

On the heels of Prop. 37 being denied in California, COS Productions, a Miami-based production company takes on the medical, beauty and food industries in a new documentary, “Incurable Diseases” Is It a Business? continue reading »

Possible Genetic Link to Autism Identified

In boys, the gene variation was associated with about a 15% increased risk, study finds. A gene variation associated with an increased risk of autism in boys has been identified by scientists. continue reading »

“Light it up Blue” More than 200 buildings in The World will Light Up Blue For Autism Awareness Day

Several buildings around the world will turn their lights blue to raise awareness for autism and to commemorate World Autism Awareness Day on Saturday, April 2. continue reading »