By: Brandon Brown
What happens & what part of your body does it affect?
2.It affects your brain function.
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Description of the symptoms?
For individuals with autism, their social impairments lead to:
- -Difficulty in understanding what is happening around them
- -An inability to predict what will happen
What causes Autism & Is It a mutation?
2.Autism Could Be Caused by Genetic Mutations in Over 100 Genes, According to New Research. Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder, usually characterized by impediments in language and social development.
How is the disorder inherited?
How is the disorder treated?
How is the disorder diagnosed?
How many and what type of people are likely to have the disorder?
Researchers don't know exactly how many people in the United States have ASD.
The latest estimates suggest that:
- About one out of every 88 children in the United States currently has autism.1
- About 36,500 of every 4 million children born each year in the United States will have autism.