Health Briefs TV Host Terry Bradshaw
- Apr. 4, 2014 - CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. --
The producers of Health Briefs TV are pleased to announce an informative segment on autism. Autism and related disorders have been increasing over the past few years significantly, according to WebMD. Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are a group of brain-based disorders that are apparent by age three or younger. One in 150 children is diagnosed with ASD. Featured guests will discuss the warning signs parents should be aware of such as a child that doesn’t make eye contact, doesn’t smile when smiled at, doesn’t respond to his or her name, doesn’t use gestures to communicate, doesn’t initiate or respond to cuddling and more. Experts will explain the importance of early diagnosis so that treatment can begin as early as possible. Viewers will learn about some of the new treatments available for this disorder and the success rates. This informative segment will air this fall on most regional and national cable television networks.
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