Some Children Can 'Recover' from Autism, Finds New Study

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You have likely heard of autism. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the neurobehavioral condition affects an estimated 1 in 59 children in the United States alone.

Autism causes impairments in social interaction, language, and communication combined with rigid, repetitive behaviors. But there is not just one type of autism.

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The symptoms vary significantly from case to case. That is why the condition is referred to as autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Outgrowing ASD

ASD has been considered for a long time a lifelong condition. However, new research from the past several years is bringing hope that children can outgrow the diagnosis.

“It’s certainly encouraging to confirm that a subset of

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