The number of children who are being diagnosed with autism or being “on the spectrum” has been on a steep rise. There is so much information out there for parents to sort through and be aware of, it can be quite overwhelming.

So many questions. Perhaps we are getting closer to answers?  I believe we are, and this could lead to some much needed help for children on the spectrum and their families. 

A new study out of UNC School of Medicine is being published in Biologic Psychiatry this week.