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The Top Ten Signs of Autism You Need to Watch for in Your Infant

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By Timothy Boyer for eMaxHealth.com

Statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that one out of every 68 American children has autism. While a diagnosis of autism is generally not made until a child has reached an age between 2-3 years, signs of impeding diagnosis can appear as early as within the first year of life in 6 to 12 month old children. Researchers involved in autism research at the Kennedy Krieger Institute offer the following ten signs of autism you need to watch for in your infant:

Ten Signs of Autism in Infants

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