USA: New Report: 1 in 40 Kids Has Autism

woensdag, 28 november 2018 - Categorie: Artikelen

28 nov. 2018

Using data collected from parents of more than 43,000 children from the 2016 HRSA National Survey of Children’s Health,
researchers are now estimating as many as 1 in 40 children ages 3 to 17 in the U.S. have been diagnosed with autism. This is a huge increase from April 2018 when the CDC reported 1 in 59 children are on the spectrum.

Published online in the journal Pediatrics,
the new HRSA study looked at a wider age range of children and used data collected from parents nationally vs. the CDC’s more narrow review of medical and school records of 8-year-olds living in 11 residential areas.
This article from UPI provides additional insights from the researchers and more specific details about the results.

En voor het antwoord op de vraag wat dit met RF EMV/straling te maken heeft, zie:
7 mei 2018
The rapid rise of Autism and other Physical Disorders and Diseases
and the role of Vaccines, Glyphosate and Electromagnetic Fields

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