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A new study published in the February issue of the Journal of Child Psychology hints that children diagnosed with autism could grow out of the disorder. University of Connecticut researchers analyzed 34 children who had been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder early on, but who no longer met the criteria for the disorder and lost all its symptoms. They used cognitive and observational tests to compare these 34 children with 34 classmates who were not autistic, reports the BBC. The result? The two groups of kids were nearly indistinguishable, and those who were at one point diagnosed with autism showed no signs of issues with language, face recognition, communication, or social interaction. The autistic children's original diagnoses were accurately reported, researchers found, leading them to believe that these children may have grown out of their disorders, or perhaps were compensating for their autism related struggles, reports the BBC. The research is not conclusive, and there are many theories for the children's outcomes. "Although the diagnosis of autism is not usually lost over time, the findings suggest that there is a very wide range of possible outcomes," Thomas Insel, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, told BBC.

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How to stop: Practice makes perfect, and posture is no exception. When standing, check that your shoulders Foamposite Yeezy

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Habit: Chewing on ice

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troubles like stress or even obsessive compulsive disorder. Not to mention: That crunching is likely annoying your nearby co workers.

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How to stop: Make and order your beverages ice free to avoid temptation. Bring it up with your doctor, too. She can determine if you have a nutritional deficiency, and if so, help you overcome it. This struggle in your muscles can lead to back pain, fatigue, and headaches, among other issues.

How are those resolutions going, two weeks in? Only 300 something days left to drop 30 pounds or quit smoking or become happier. While these positive, long term goals are well intended and we trust you can pull them off why not tackle a couple short term resolutions this month? Consider these seemingly innocent health habits you can (and should) start crossing off your list:

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Why it matters: "Pica" is a condition that causes people to crave and chew non foods, like paper and ice. It's sometimes triggered by nutritional issues, such as iron deficiency anemia, according to the National Institutes of Health. Chewing ice could also signal emotional Nike Basketball Shoes Black And Pink

Of note, the stomach flu is a misnomer: it's not actually caused by an influenza virus at all, but rather from an assorted variety of other viruses. Gastroenteritis caused by a rotavirus is more likely to affect kids, whereas both adults and kids are equally susceptible to gastroenteritis caused by highly contagious noroviruses. As a dietitian and mom whose entire family recently succumbed to this wretched Nike Shoes 2015 Basketball Black

48 hour virus (all at once, I might add), I offer the following tips for survival.

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