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Young adults with autism are facing significant challenges after high school, a new report suggests, with many on the spectrum finding themselves unemployed, isolated and lacking services.

In individuals with the most intractable forms of epilepsy, there's new evidence that a liquid form of marijuana can reduce seizures by over half without causing the drug's usual "high."

Federal education officials are warning school districts to think twice before forcing parents into potentially long and costly due process proceedings.

With training, parents of children with autism can see vast improvements in behavioral troubles, including severe tantrums, according to new research.

A new study of over 95,000 kids finds no link between autism and the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, even among those at higher risk for the developmental disorder.

With an eye toward increasing employment opportunities, a new effort is looking to provide people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the tools to work for themselves.

More than 50 disability rights activists were arrested Monday while protesting outside the White House.

Fifteen states are betting they can convince more doctors to accept the growing number of patients covered by Medicaid with a simple incentive: more money.

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