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September 23, 2014

Study suggests that the brain activity of children affected by autism responds more slowly to sights and sounds; greater delays may predict autism severity

May 15, 2014

Study of infant brain activity in families affected by autism finds signs of “miswiring” that may help identify babies at highest risk

November 10, 2013

Twenty minutes of exercise three times per week enhanced newborn’s brain activity; but no implication of harm if mom inactive

June 29, 2012

A new study shows that high-risk infants, who are siblings of children with autism, have different brain activity compared to low-risk