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Question?: Pdd

Lisa asks…

how do you change a pdd file to a jpeg file?

I had my computer updated so I saved some picture to a zip, now I can’t open them because there pdd files.

admin answers:

Rename the extension to .ppt and open. You can then save the pics to JPEG. I know this works with pps files . Give it a go anyway.

So where its got Filename.pdd change it to Filename.ppt

ppd files are new to me but might work…If not just change it back

Try a google search on pdd files might help. I find google search fixes most problems

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Question?: Autism Symptoms Toddler Boys

William asks…

wat are the symptons of asburghes?

what should i be looking for ????

admin answers:

The symptoms of Asperger’s can depends on the age the person. There can be variation by age group and gender — toddlers, kids, boys, girls, adults, women and men. Run a Google search for “symptoms of Asperger’s in _______”. You fill in the age group and gender. Or use the link below to get more general information by age.

Http://www.webmd.com/brain/autism/tc/aspergers-syndrome-symptoms

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Question?: What Is Autism Yahoo

Sandra asks…

Are there any cases of a child developing Autism, who has not taken vaccines?

I am doing some research on potential links of Autism, and I can’t find any information about Autism cases in children who have not received vaccines in their lifetime.
You did not answer my question. Are there any reported cases of children who have not received vaccinations developing Autism? I don’t need to be lectured.

admin answers:

There are parents who said their children were not vaccinated who got autism, but most then realized their children did get vaccines without them knowing about it. For example, the first day of birth, children are given the Hep B vaccine. The consent for this is signed with the intake paperwork, and with all that paperwork, most of it doesn’t get read, so this is how they consented without realizing it. There was a study done in California that stated that those who got vaccines were about 4 times more likely to get autism then those who didn’t. I didn’t look at the study to see if I felt the kids truly were not vaccinated. But, two birthing clinics have come forward and stated that in their thousands of births, no child has developed autism. I imagine you can easily Google to find it, “birthing clinic thousands autism” ought to bring it up. I think one’s in Illinois. What makes the birthing clinics different from hospital-born children? Pitocin to induce labor which is known to effect the immune system, and those with autism have a faulty immune system; then there are the eye drops put into all newborns, and also a Vit. K shot, and then the epidural. Not sure what else is different, but something is very amiss. Children recovered from autism are doing so by receiving treatments for pathogens and toxins due to a faulty immune system. There are so many things effecting their immune systems, that is really is difficult to blame one thing. If you go to the autism forums, most will say that their vaccinated children are more ill than their non-vaccinated, but some say the opposite. So, it’s not an easy answer. Most of the highly successful doctors who are recovering children from autism say that vaccines are a big part, but more so because the children were already subjected to immune stressors, and the vaccines were the tipping point. I think what is best is to go to the governmental websites, like the CDC and learn all about the vaccine ingredients, risk of getting the disease, possible fatalities from each disease, etc. Also look into homeopathy to raise the same antibodies as the vaccines are suppose to. Many get blood tests after homeopathy to show they have antibodies to vaccinated illnesses so they can show their children don’t need them. This would be the best route, for many who get vaccinated either don’t get enough antibodies to ward off the illness or get too high of antibodies. This is what I have learned by researching daily for 4 years. My children are recovered from autism, but it’s much better to prevent it because my kids are still dependent upon diet and treatments to keep symptoms away. You can go to Yahoo Groups on autism recovery and ask the parents there as well. They can also tell you where to find research on it. There are websites that have collections of this research readily available. You can Google “autism monkey primates vaccines” for a couple of new studies done on monkeys given vaccines. They are pretty shocking. Because I am over 40, I have seen children years ago and can compare them to today. The difference is very unbelievable. I am glad I am old enough to have seen kids before all this autism, ADHD, OCD, anxiety, etc. Came along. When you see it in real time, then you really know.

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Question?: Rett Syndrome Research

Ruth asks…

What is difference betweeen these types of autism….?

Core autism and atypical autism
if you have used resources please state its for case study.
Thanks

admin answers:

A simple Google will find many sources on the web. In this way you will be able to find what you want and what fits your research. In the mean time here are a few of the many types of autism.
Autistic disorder. This is what most people think of when they hear the word “autism.” It refers to problems with social interactions, communication and imaginative play in children younger than 3 years.
Asperger’s syndrome. These children don’t have a problem with language — in fact, they tend to score in the average or above-average range on intelligence tests. But they have the same social problems and limited scope of interests as children with autistic disorder.
Pervasive developmental disorder or PDD — also known as atypical autism. This is a kind of catchall category for children who have some autistic problems but who don’t fit into other categories.
Rett’s disorder. Known to occur only in girls, Rett’s children begin to develop normally. Then they begin to lose their communication and social skills. Beginning at the age of 1 to 4 years, repetitive hand movements replace purposeful use of the hands.
Childhood disintegrative disorder. These children develop normally for at least two years, and then lose some or most of their communication and social skills.

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Question?: What Is Autism Speaks

Daniel asks…

Where can I buy an autism awareness ribbon car magnet?

Where can I buy an autism awareness ribbon car magnet?

I want to buy one without the proceeds going to Autism Speaks. I dont mind the proceeds going to a different autism charity but not Autism speaks. does anyone know whwere i can buy one?

admin answers:

As someone else mentioned, if you google it, there are tons of places where you can purchase them. Some put part of proceeds to local charities, in which they would tell you on the website what charity(ies) it is. If you are interested in the Autism Society (they are the ones who designed the ribbon), you can purchase them from their main site at www.autism-society.org, or you can look for a local chapter of the Autism Society through their website (click on ASA chapters link), visit the local chapter website and purchase one through them so the proceeds go to that chapter. They are a much better organization than Autism Speaks, I too do not care for them.

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Question?: Schizophrenia Symptoms

Linda asks…

What are the symptoms of schizophrenia ?

I think i might have schizophrenia, i just need to know the symptoms please.

admin answers:

Im no doctor, but i know from having a friend at high school that had schizophrenia, that some of the symptoms can include paranoia, and seeing and hearing things that may not be there (hallucinating,) agree, google it for more info/symptoms, maybe consider seeing yr dr or a psychologist to check.

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Question?: What Is Autism Caused By

James asks…

What are the differences between autism and schizophrenia?

Hi.
I’m looking for the differences between schizophrenia and autism in causes, clinical features, and treatment.
And if possible, any link that talks about how to differentiate them.
thanks

admin answers:

Actually, they both don’t like to socialize much. With schizophrenia, you have psychosis. Those with autism actually do have psychosis at times, but usually their lack of socialization and communication stands out more. With schizophrenia, their psychosis stands out a lot, which is either seeing or hearing things not there or having delusions that can not possibly be real. Google “DSM IV TR schizophrenia autism diagnostic criteria” to get the specifics.

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Question?: Schizophrenia Medication

Mark asks…

What are the side-effects of medication if someone is wrongly diagnosed with schizophrenia?

What are the side-effects of medication if someone is wrongly diagnosed with schizophrenia and takes medication for schizophrenia? Answers by professionals preferred. Thanks.

admin answers:

Basically, the same side effects as for any person; see www.drugs.com. View my previous answer about schizophrenia at http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110830200025AARy4IC and post questions in the schizophrenia chat rooms, and forums via page K at 8m.com

Consult a clinical psychologist, who believes in the use of the minimum amount of medications necessary. Google: “clinical psychologists; (your location)” Because they don’t prescribe, they are considerably less likely to be targeted by the sales reps from “BIG PHARMA”, who profile them psychologically and use the approach deemed to be the most effective at manipulating their type.

View: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2007/08/18/drug-company-reps-are-using-psychological-warfare-techniques-on-your-doctor.aspx Ensure that you get a written copy of any tests performed (they may retire, or move, etc.). Go to whoever is recommended for the prescription of any necessary medications.

I have rarely read such junk answers as the one by Eduardo.

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Question?: Autism Signs In Adults

Mandy asks…

What are the most profitable fundraisers?

This can be for adults or children. We are raising money to get my daughter with Autism a service dog ( which run around $15,000). She gets too excited around dogs and we fear she might scare just any dog. Anyway we have been doing little fundraisers here and there but wanted to see if any knew of some really profitable fundraisers?

admin answers:

Hi,

I have a lot of experience marketing small companies online (I have 3 companies). One of the best ways is to sign up at business directories and protals. These are basically listings of businesses (simliar to the phone book). The advantage is that these portals usually get a lot of traffic and they’re ranked high on Google because of all the quality links they contain.

My favorite portal is called Directory Exclusive. I signed up a few weeks ago because they’re giving a away a free business card holder when a person enter’s their company info. I received it in the mail 3 days ago =)

I don’t know if they still have that promotion, but you can try to get the free card holder here:

http://www.directory-exclusive-listing.info

Good Luck

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Question?: Autism Signs 2 Year Old

Mark asks…

How long does it take for a child to be tested for autism?

Does any body know how long it take for a child to be tested for autism. I Been waiting for five month’s now.My son is three year old. I call Regional Center all the time but they don’t call back and my son Dr talk to them to all they say is to be patint.What should I do.

admin answers:

My daughter was diagnosed with Autism last year at my Doctors request. From the point of our Doctor making the request to getting evaluated took us about six weeks. You should also try the local Child Find in your school district if you live in the USA. The evaluation itself takes anywhere from 2-6 hours to complete. Bring tissues because if they find that your child has Autism or something you will cry but remember it is not the end of the world.

To find the local Child Find in your school district just Google:
“Child Find” & “the name of your school district”.

You should get a referral from your Doctor. Your child does have to show signs of Autism though, there is no generic test.

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