Suramin: A Stress Perspective of this Very Old Drug and Autism

This is a study to get really excited about.  Not only the potential (with funding) for drug possibilities, but its potential for uncovering aspects of underlying mechanism for autistic dysfunctioning. The drug, Suramin, is over 100 years old and was used for African Sleeping Sickness. Sleeping Sickness is a parasitic infection from the Tetse fly … Continue reading Suramin: A Stress Perspective of this Very Old Drug and Autism

Perfect Stress is not an Amount (Part 1)

In a PsychologyToday article entitled “The Perfect Amount of Stress” the author, Thea Singer, contemplates “when do we have too little stress and when do we have too much stress?” A good question, but likely an over-simplified one. A better question might be: “When have we been overly programmed by stress and when do the … Continue reading Perfect Stress is not an Amount (Part 1)