Camel Crazy on Dr. Koehler-Rollefson’s Indian Camel Blog.
Camel Crazy featured in the Journal of Camel Practice and Research, 2019.
Christina Adams discusses her new book Camel Crazy: A Quest for Miracles in the Mysterious World of Camels.
Camel Crazy Featured on Book Tour
Are Alternative Treatments Dangerous? Christina discusses a recent media case on Autism Live.
The Washington Post
After a split, a women’s standard of living usually goes down and a man’s goes up.
When I got divorced, I moved from a big house to a tiny apartment. It was a shock. – The Washington Post
They’re misunderstood beasts, if you ask Gil Riegler. Camels offer milk, beauty and, for Riegler, a life mission.
Wrote, reported and helped obtain photos for this article. Challenges included doing reporting on Rajasthan/India from the US, but it went well.
Washington Post, On Balance
I am an Autism Mom—Guest Blog
National Public Radio: A Mother’s Day Change of Heart
In honor of Mother’s Day, commentator Christina Adams recalls her adolescent embarrassment about her mother’s old clothes, and the moment — years later — when she had a change of heart.
Autism File – Preparing ASD Kids and People for Employment
Interview with Marrie Stone on KUCI
Christina Adams, author of “A Real Boy: A True Story of Autism, Early Intervention, and Recovery,” joins guest host Marrie Stone on KUCI to share her son’s story with autism. She provides insights into diet, support groups, school, and her discovery of camel’s milk as a successful method of controlling the symptoms associated with autism.
Patient Report: Autism Spectrum Disorder Treated With Camel Milk in Global Advances in Health and Medicine
Autism File Magazine
National Public Radio: Halloween Conformity in the Classroom