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80 Percent of Autism, ADD and ADHD Cases Linked to Birth Injuries
80 Percent of Autism, ADD and ADHD Cases Linked to Birth Injuries

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are developmental delay disorders. As the name ASD implies, a diagnosis is not the same for everyone. The cognitive and psychological impairments can range ...

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