According to reports, the prevalence of autism among children has increased from an estimated 1 in 88 to 1 in 50.
Scientists found that people who were exposed to low levels of cadmium and lead – two heavy metals that are found in many household goods – were more likely to develop hearing loss.
Recently, researchers from Arizona State University have made a discovery that could have significant ramifications for future autism treatment.
While the federal government does issue restrictions regarding the amount of toxins found in consumer goods, not all pollutants are specified in these guidelines.
IV chelation therapy can help address the heavy metal toxicity caused by metal-on-metal hip implants.
Scientists reviewed the cases of 154,204 individuals who had been admitted to a hospital after suffering from cardiac arrest.