High levels of oestrogen in the womb linked to autism

Me & Vincent       Credit:  Anders Printz

Me & Vincent Credit: Anders Printz

This new finding supports the idea that increased prenatal sex steroid hormones are one of the potential causes for the condition

Simon Baron Cohen

Children from disadvantaged backgrounds and certain ethnic minorities do less vigorous physical activity

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