Why are researchers missing signs of autism in girls?
Published by: The World Host: Todd Zwillich One in every 68 children born in the United States is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Boys are supposedly four times more likely to have the condition, but clinicians often miss or overlook symptoms in girls, who are frequently on the less disabling end of the spectrum. Since […]
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