A new study suggests that an abnormal gut microflora may not only cause GI problems, but also behavioral symptoms associated in autism. Pinned by Found this of interest as I was searching for disability articles for my other site
When you think of someone studying Communication, you might think they want to be on T.V. or on the radio. While that may be true, the field of Communication is so broad that someone studying it could have a career goal of doing any number of things from being in public relations, to working with autistic children, and a lot of career choices in between.
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