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Is there any benefit in seeking autism/Aspergers diagnosis as an adult?

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) manifests in early childhood and is characterised by qualitative abnormalities in social interactions, markedly aberrant communication skills, and restricted repetitive ...
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How much risk am I taking by joining my coworkers for smoke breaks?

Your question has no correct answer. It is up to take the pain for a gain. What I would do is look for other times when I can build rapports. However, studies show that non-smokers exposed to second-...
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Is there a relationship between vaccine openness and education levels?

There is a 2016 study (Larson et al.) on 67 countries (Africa is underrepresented, but the rest of the continents have decent coverage). Regarding education it found that Any level of education ...
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Is there a relationship between vaccine openness and education levels?

Carpiano et al (2019) found that lower parent education is associated with higher odds of being concerned about measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccination. Kumar et al (2016) discuss the link ...
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Is there any benefit in seeking autism/Aspergers diagnosis as an adult?

Two nice answers already, but both marching into the same direction. To round off the picture, this is the advocatus diaboli: While the existence of a diagnosis in general demands its application onto ...
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Is there any benefit in seeking autism/Aspergers diagnosis as an adult?

There are many reasons as to why an individual might seek a formal diagnosis of Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome (AS). For some, it may increase self-awareness to some degree for the sake of possibly ...
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