Autism Spectrum Disorder Identified By Changes in Brain’s Chemical Levels
The Journal of American Medical Association Psychiatry has just published a study that revealed children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience a distinct chemical change in their brain that contributes to developmental delays. “Between ages three and 10, children with autism spectrum disorder exhibit distinct brain chemical changes that differ from children with developmental delays and those with typical development,” the University of Washington said. To read more about these findings, click here.
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