Posted Monday, April 16, 2012
One of every 88. That's how many American children are classified as autistic... essentially double the rate of just a decade ago. Is the increase real - or are we just better at diagnosing autism? There are experts who argue either way - and some who maintain even that number is missing some kids who suffer. Join Rick Jackson Monday morning for a look at identifying who is at risk for developing autism.
Health, Children's Health
Dr. Jim Harris, Founding Director, Developmental Neuropsychiatry Program, Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Max Wiznitzer, Staff Pediatric Neurologist, Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
Dr. Izy Boyle, Medical Director, Monarch Center for Autism, Bellefaire
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