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Correlation vs. Causation: Decoding Autism Research

By Sally Raskoff Recent news reports cite a huge increase in autism rates. Autism, a disorder involving problems with social interaction and communication, is estimated at 1 in 88 children. The rates by gender are 1 in 54 boys and.....
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