Health: Too Much Folic Acid Could Boost Autism RiskBut a new study suggests it may be possible to get too much of a good thing.
CHOP Joins Nationwide Survey Seeking Autism AnswersChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia has joined the largest ever genetics study on autism.
Officials Cut Ribbon On Autistic Support Playground In Upper DarbyA ribbon cutting ceremony was held Monday for a playground in Upper Darby, Delaware County designed for children with autism.
Teen Creator Of Viral Autism Awareness Video Brings Message To PhillyAlexandra Jackman stopped by Children's Hospital on Friday to be part of a conversation about inclusion.
Philadelphia Non-Profit Hosts Autism Awareness Block PartyApril is Autism Awareness month. To celebrate, a Philadelphia area non-profit is hosting an Autism Awareness Block Party on Saturday, as well as opening a new location.
The Camden County Police Department Gets An Education On AutismIn honor of autism awareness month, The Camden County police department conducted special autism training sessions for their police officers.
Police: Aide Bit Autistic Man, Hit Him With Plastic BatPolice say they interviewed Lambert on Thursday and he claimed the man had been bitten by a puppy.
Families Explore Alternative Medicine Payment Options For AutismAn alternative is to challenge the insurance company's refusal to pay by filing a complaint with your state's Department of Insurance.
Center For Autism Receives $25K Grant From Ronald McDonald House CharitiesRonald McDonald House Charities donated $25,000 to the Center for Autism Tuesday to help the organization fund therapy services, group activities, and get equipment and devices for the people who use their services.
Missing Autistic Teenager Found, Taken To HospitalPolice say they've located an 18-year-old woman with autism who went missing at around 4 pm.
Philadelphia Police Searching For Missing Autistic TeenagerPolice are looking for a teenage boy with autism who's been missing since Thursday morning.
Twins With Autism Building Up Their Wrapping Paper Business18-year-old Eddie Tuckerman is hard at work, creating new designs for his family's wrapping paper business. Their parents started the business for Eddie and his twin brother Mike. The boys have autism but they've always loved drawing.