John Rodakis, the Dallas father of a child with autism, was not looking to launch an investigation into autism. But that’s what happened after he began a quest to understand why his son’s autism symptoms changed dramatically while taking an antibiotic for strep throat.
Three clues led Rodakis to question traditional autism research.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History has a new learning space, where kids get some unusual playmates: scientists and researchers from the University of Texas at Arlington.
When it comes to medical advice, most people turn to their doctor. But in some places, it’s the religious leader whose words resonate. In one North Texas community, parishioners followed guidance from pastors who said to turn to faith before medicine. And this month, more than twenty of them became sick with the measles.