Autism epidemic not caused by shifts in diagnoses; environmental factors likelyQuicklink submitted by Laudyms Permalink
|California's sevenfold increase in autism cannot be explained by changes in doctors' diagnoses and most likely is due to environmental exposures, University of California scientists reported Thursday. The scientists advocate a nationwide shift in autism research to focus on potential factors in the environment that babies and fetuses are exposed to, including pesticides, viruses and chemicals in household products.|
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