Monthly News | July 2019
Hello {First Name},
I'm honored to share that ARI recently received word that we once again received the highest, four-star rating for fiscal management, accountability, and transparency from Charity Navigator. To learn about our work developing new initiatives and programs that provide far-reaching support and guidance to those on the spectrum and their family members, as well as researchers and clinicians, be sure to read our latest annual report, mentioned below.

Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D.
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Eight Years in a Row: ARI Earns Top Marks From Charity Navigator
The Autism Research Institute’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have once again earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator .
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On our new website, we've merged the content with the archives from Stream previous webinars and learn about upcoming events. Always free and available 24/7.
What Large-Scale Studies Suggest About Autism’s Complexity
Variations in symptoms and biomarkers are slowly revealing patterns that may offer insight into this complex, multifactoral disorder. A few large-scale studies over the past decade provided insight on autism’s complexity and demonstrated the need for further investigation. So what do the studies conducted so far show?
New research finds link between processed food eaten while pregnant and autism
According to researchers from the University of Central Florida, high levels of propionic acid (PPA) - a substance used to extend the shelf life of many processed foods - can have a negative effect on the nervous system of a still-developing fetus. 
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