New Study Reveals That Children Can Grow Out of Autism
A new study reveals some encouraging news about autism, including that some children may be able to outgrow it. Scientists from the University of Connecticut studied children ages 8 to 21 years old who had all been diagnosed early in life, but appeared to be functioning normally now. Results suggest that the children had milder social difficulties. Researchers are also looking into what kinds of treatments they received.
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