Children with autism are six to eight times more likely to suffer gastrointestinal problems than typically developing children, according to a large and ethnically diverse study from the University of California-Davis’ MIND Institute The study also investigated the link between stomach upsets and behavior problems; however, it is still unclear which problem comes first.
We don't need 'curing' thank you very much. Most of us are happy the way we are and thankful. We see ourselves as a new human, a 2.0 version, a better, version. What we need is for people to stop trying to fix something that isn't broken, and accept us the way we are, just like we accept all the NTs faults and idiosyncrasies.