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Times Staff Writer2007-06-13 15:04:49.0 Susan Brink: Welcome. I'm Susan Brink and I'm talking to Areva Martin about autism. We'll be happy to hear your comments and answer your questions. 2007-06-13 15:04:54.0 LAChilds: Can I ask a question? 2007-06-13 15:04:56.0...
Tribune reportersA Wilmette man who police say shot his wife and her teenage son to death Monday before taking his own life had spent 15 years behind bars for the murder of his previous spouse in Chicago. The prosecutor in that case said Monday that he always feared...
On a trip to the art museum, my son, my husband and I stopped in the cafeteria for lunch. "I want chicken nuggets," my 11-year-old said. There were no nuggets on the menu, and I braced myself. "Sorry, kiddo, there are no chicken nuggets here." His...
If you're one of those who has been mesmerized by the problematic complexities of the still-unfolding Whittier octuplets saga, then "The Angel Maker" might be just the novel for you. Stefan Brijs, a 39-year-old former secondary schoolteacher, is...
Tags: Health, Book, Biology, Medical Research, Netherlands
Zap2It.comFOX has added a pair of actors to the network's high profile drama "The Oaks." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gina McKee and Sienna Guillory will take leads in the ensemble alongside previously announced stars Shannon Lucio, Matt Lanter and Bahar...
Times Staff WriterAn 88-year-old Yucaipa widow won her independence from the Inland Empire's largest for-profit conservatorship firm Thursday when a San Bernardino County probate judge granted her request and appointed her step-grandson as her caretaker. Helen Jones, a...
Sun reporterMaureen Shanklin is fine with you comparing her home to a beehive if, by beehive, you mean a marvel of sound (and loving) organization. As evidence, she could provide this snapshot of her kitchen one fall afternoon: Six-year-old Alexis prattling about...
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Sentinel Movie CriticTiffany, the mall-made pop star of the 1980s, looms like a ghostly presence over the documentary I Think We're Alone Now. She's in the film, but never interviewed. Because it's not really about her. It's about a couple of nuts who are stalking her....
The Hartford CourantIn the 17 months after their son, Eddie, announced he was heading off to fight the war on terror, Margaret and Edward Brabazon of Bensalem, Pa., had held their breath. They were accustomed to holding their breath with the boy they had taken in as a...
Veteran Los Angeles film producer Leslie Urdang stands among the most fortunate independent filmmakers. One of 1,026 submissions, Urdang's low-budget "Adam," an uplifting love story featuring a man with Asperger's syndrome, was announced Wednesday as part...
Dallas Morning NewsBenjamin Nugent's book "American Nerd" might have had its genesis in grade school: "I was in fourth grade when I first observed that people who liked [Dungeons & Dragons]—people like me—tended to be the same ones who liked to play with...
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Of The Morning CallQ: My sister was recently told her 4-year-old son has autism. What does this mean and what kind of future can he have? A: The short answer is: It depends. The autism label refers to a range of symptoms collectively called Autistic Spectrum Disorder. It...
Tags: Autism, Social Sciences, Children, Family
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