Autism is described as a medical condition whereby people are self-centred, uncommunicative and at a remove from their social environment. There are many different types of autism and degrees of it. A type of “social autism” is also quite possible.
The level of irrationality in US health care has gone up another notch. People are now being asked to pay pre-treatment, even in emergency rooms. This practice could involve serious medical risks for patients and major legal issues for hospitals.
The question people ponder, but experts say many reject because of fear, is when they'll die. But do people have premonitions, and could the costs of health care be reduced by knowing more about the process of death?
Over the past four years there has been a 57% increase in cases of autism, according to recent research. This growth has scientists and citizens worried as the social and financial impact of it is serious.