I had the privilege of attending the National Science Writers Conference this weekend, which was conveniently about a forty minute drive from where I live. The membership heavily tilts toward science journalists, but theoretically includes anyone in the science communication field, and
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Family also leaves an imprint that is difficult to erase. My mom is the second youngest of nine–seven siblings she speaks
The ways in which the autistic brain manages and responds to sensory input are remarkable. Some liken their experience to living and feeling like their senses are turned up to maximum — amplified beyond the boundaries of comfort, and others