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In a report released last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated 1 in 88 children in the United States has received a diagnosis of autism or a related disorder. The report has renewed the debate over the causes and diagnostic criteria for autism. While there's no sign in an actual increase in the number of kids with autism, the report has sparked a great deal of controversy.
New estimates concerning the number of American children with Autism Spectrum Disorders including Aspergers have reinvigorated the debate over the definition and diagnostic procedure for identifying autism.
Sunday's elections in Myanmar mark the end of the beginning of a time of fundamental change for that nation's democratic activists. No longer confined to the margins, some organizations are wondering there's still a rationale for their existence.
www.loe.orgAfrica is turning to desert. Studies show that as much as two thirds of the continent’s arable land could become desert by 2025 if current trends continue. But a bold initiative to plant a wall of trees 4,300 miles long across the African continent could keep back the sands of the Sahara