Rates of autism spectrum disorder among children in the U.S. remained stable from 2014 to 2016, according to new research—a change from previous studies that found steady increases over the past two decades. The new research letter, published in JAMA, looked at survey responses from a nationally representative sample of more than 30,000 children, ages…...

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