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Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this week’s show are:

Dr. Buttar spent Easter weekend in Bethlehem and we’ve got some cool healing discussion from the Holy Land and beyond!

1 in 66 Canadian children diagnosed with autism, report reveals – A new report says an estimated one in every 66 Canadian children and youth aged five to 17 has autism spectrum disorder. The report by the Public Health Agency of Canada, released on Thursday, is the first detailing the national prevalence of the neuro-developmental disorder and is in line with estimates in the United States. Autism spectrum disorder is typically detected in early childhood and causes impairments in communication skills and social interactions, often combined with repetitive behaviors and restricted interests or activities. Boys are four to five times more likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, than girls.

A moveable feast: Antibiotics give C. diff a nutrient-rich environment, no competition – Using a mouse model, researchers from North Carolina State University have found that antibiotic use creates a “banquet” for Clostridium difficile (C. diff), by altering the native gut bacteria that would normally compete with C. difffor nutrients. The findings could lead to the development of probiotics and other strategies for preventing C. diffinfection. C. diff is a harmful bacterium that can cause severe, recurrent and sometimes fatal infections in the gut. Although the are commonly found throughout our environment, C. diff infections primarily occur in patients who are taking, or who have recently finished taking, antibiotics. “We know that antibiotics are major risk factors for C. diff infection because they alter the , or composition of bacteria in the gut, by eliminating the bacteria that are normally there,” says Casey Theriot, assistant professor of infectious disease at NC State and corresponding author of a paper describing the research. “Our latest work suggests that the microbiota may provide natural resistance to C. diffcolonization by competing with C. diff for nutrients in that environment; specifically, for an amino acid called proline.”

Children Exposed To Drugs For Epilepsy, Bipolar Disorder Have Lower Academic Scores – Children exposed in the womb to the drug sodium valproate, used to treat epilepsy, or a combination of anti-epileptic drugs, had poorer academic scores in math, language and science in early elementary school, found a new study. There were many possible factors that could have contributed to the results that the researchers could not measure, but the findings match up with past studies finding negative effects in children exposed before birth to sodium valproate. “Our findings support previous studies that provide consistent evidence that in utero exposure to sodium valproate and anti-epileptics in combination are linked to adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes,” wrote Arron Lacey, from the Wales Epilepsy Research Network at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom, and his colleagues in theJournal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry.




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