I would like to highlight another blogger's work... Positive Health Wellness. Please feel free to support the great things happening there.
I have spent a considerable amount of time advocating for parental rights in the United States over the past decade and was curious what the exact statistical trend would be if you looked at the role of the party line in vaccine legislation. This is a separate issue when it comes to political 'statements.' I specifically am looking for drafted Bills and legislative sponsorship. Thank you NVIC Advocacy Portal for listing all the Bills.
2017 Bills in Opposition to Parental Rights and Vaccine Choice
81% of the opposition is led by the Democratic party.
This is an informal analysis of the Iversen et al. study and a commentary on the piece, which was written in the BMJ (of all places). I did not take apart the statistical analysis of this article.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is associated with profound dysfunction of the neurotransmitter system. The aberrant behavior, which theoretically correlates with poor functioning neurotransmitter includes anxiety, hyperactivity, aggression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, self-injury, and irritability. The focus of this evidence-based analysis compares the treatment protocols of serotonin re-uptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) in mitigating aberrant behavior in the ASD population.
Keywords: Cochrane, psychotropics, treatment adherence, public health surveillance, SSRI, autism, autistic spectrum disorder, prevalence, primary care, evidence base, review, trials, amino acid therapy, N-acetylcysteine, glutamate