As some readers may know, males are much more frequently diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) than females. Some studies have looked into this discrepancy and found that the female autistic experience can often be very different than it is for males for a wide variety of reasons.  I read this in an article online and found that the differences between the boys and girls to be quite interesting.   In this article a psychologist named Thomas Frazier from the Cleveland Clinic said that many traditional tests for ASD are male biased.......

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The Neglected 3%
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October 31, 2017

The Neglected 3%

What would you do if money suddenly lost its value?   Financial independence is fundamental to the dignity of any person; in my opinion (along with the UN), it’s a...