New Center for Disease Control study: Rate of autism increases

18-month-old autistic child engaged in restrictive interest of stacking cans. (Wikimedia Commons, Photo credit: Nancy J. Wright)

18-month-old autistic child engaged in restrictive interest of stacking cans. (Wikimedia Commons/NancyJ.Wright)

US school children are being diagnosed with some form of autism at the rate of 1 in 50, according to a new Center for Disease Control study. Authors of the government study say this is due to better detection–not environmental factors . . .

Read about the CDC’s new study on autism.

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