User: fredericknoronha Topic: Autism
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What's common in Einstein, Newton & Mozart? 22.2.2008 Rediff: News
Famous and brilliant individuals in the fields of science, politics and the arts, such has Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Thomas Jefferson and Mozart, accomplished success through autism, according to a leading psychiatrist.
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Both Einstein and Newton 'had autism' 22.2.2008 Hindustan Times: News
They were certainly creative geniuses. But what was the common trait between Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton? A leading psychiatrist at Trinity College in Dublin claims to have the answer.
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Both Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton 'had autism' 22.2.2008 PTI: Top News

London, Feb 22 (PTI) They were certainly creative geniuses. But what was the common trait in Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton? Well, both had "autism". A leading psychiatrist at Trinity College in Dublin has claimed that both Einstein and...

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Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton had autism 22.2.2008 Rediff: News
A leading psychiatrist at Trinity College in Dublin has claimed that both Einstein and Newton displayed signs of
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New book on autism hits stand 20.2.2008 The Assam Tribune
New book on autism hits stand
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Animals are smart, but not savants 20.2.2008 New Scientist: News
Intriguing as the idea is, it seems animals do not think like autistic savants, despite the "savant-like" behaviour many show
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Disability prejudice by Chennai residents 20.2.2008 ndtv.national
Nine-year-old Ankit loves to paint and write but he hardly gets any time. He is autistic and the special school he goes to is hours away from home. &q
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A toothy argument that's full of holes 9.2.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: You'll find fluoride in tea, beer and fish, so why the serious opposition to putting it in our drinking water?
Genetic link to child obesity found 7.2.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: US study finds that a child's risk of becoming overweight is mostly down to nature, not nurture
'MMR vaccine not linked to autism' 6.2.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Clearing doubts over the safety of the commonly-used combined vaccine for...
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Study disproves MMR jab and autism link 5.2.2008 New Indian Express
Study disproves MMR jab and autism link
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MMR links to autism dismissed 5.2.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
No evidence to link MMR vaccination to autism in children, according to a major new study
Art, speech contests for autistic children 4.2.2008 The Assam Tribune
Art, speech contests for autistic children
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Understanding the needs of special children 4.2.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Workshop held to enhance awareness of parents’ role in caring for them
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Homage paid to Mahatma Gandhi 2.2.2008 The Assam Tribune
Homage paid to Mahatma Gandhi
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Learning tricks of the trade 2.2.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Students turn shopkeepers on ‘Concept Day’ at Maharishi Vidya Mandir
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Voices of autism 'silenced' by charity 2.2.2008 New Scientist: Being Human
Autism charities have angered the very people they claim to represent by closing down a spoof website
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Voices of autism 'silenced' by charity 2.2.2008 New Scientist: Health
Autism charities have angered the very people they claim to represent by closing down a spoof website
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Voices of autism 'silenced' by charity 1.2.2008 New Scientist: News
A bitter dispute has broken out between people with autism and a charity that aims to help them
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Chaka gets her groove back 20.1.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
Arts & entertainment: The queen of 70s funk has a new album and a starring Broadway role - and this time she's doing it straight
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