The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has updated its 'consumer update' this month, which happens to be Autism Awareness month, to bring attention to the useless autism treatments that are targeted towards parents looking to help their children.
First, the FDA is clear in stating that there is NO CURE for autism which makes any treatment claiming to be a cure one thing - a lie.
Next, they provide sound advice to help people have a more skeptical eye when considering one of these treatments.
Their tips for determining treatments to avoid are:
- Be suspicious of products that claim to treat a wide range of diseases.
- Personal testimonials are no...