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Inflammation

Brain Inflammation: A Hallmark of Autism

While many different combinations of genetic traits can cause autism, brains affected by autism share a pattern of ramped-up immune responses, an analysis of data from autopsied human brains reveals.

Autism, Digestion, and Inflammation

The digestive tract is the heart of the innate immune system.  The innate immune system is a barrier defence against microbes.  This barrier system also plays a key role in regulating inflammation.  Digestion and inflammation go hand in hand, and both are essential components of successful biomedical treatment. 

Does Inflammation Play a Role in Autism

The inflammatory response is your body's defense against invasion, but in autism, it seems to be turned against itself. It seems there is an inflammatory war going on in the brains of autistic children and adults

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Autism, Autism Disorders, and Inflammation

Dr. Daniel Pompa

Dr. Daniel Pompa DC Nutrition Expert discusses how to support Autism and Autism disorders. Autism and inflammation is a key to understanding autistic children symptoms.

Inflammation in Autism

Autism Research and Brain Inflammation

Autism Treatment -- Individuals on the Autism spectrum tend to have higher rates of microglia activation which adversely affects their health in a variety of ways. There are many factors that impact the onset of microglia activation as well as ways to treat it. Biomedical autism intervention specialist physician, Dr. Kurt Woeller, explains.

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