What number of infants are born with autism?
NONE! Autism is caused by improper meducations, Either by chemical makeup or by volume
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Yes, doctors believe that some people are born with autism. Autismcan also strike people in their early years also.
I don't really know..... but, my friend does.... around 1 in every 166 kids have autism . actually that number has changed as of this year (2009) it is now 1 in 100 that is …according to the Autism Society web site. My son has Aspergers and I blog about it...http://whatisaspergerssyndrome.blogspot.com/
Yes. Although the causes of autism are largely unknown, it is a developmental condition that one is born with.
Not that Ive heard or seen.
most people when born have a 1.0% chance of getting autism. though it is about 3 times more likely for males to get autism then females the average chance of having autism for… all genders is 1.0%
Good food, a steady environment, and lots of safe, predictable social interaction with parents who love him. Just about the same thing any infant needs.
No shots cause autism. Vaccinate your infants.
Autism is a neurological difference, it forms when the brain isformed in the womb at around the second trimester. All autisticchildren are born autistic.
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infants have same number of bones like a man.
Infants with the disorder won't cuddle; they avoid eye contact and don't seem to want or need physical contact or affection
Rising rates of syphilis among pregnant women are increasing the number of infants born with congenital syphilis.
The percentage of kids born with autism is only 13%.
No, there is no link between vaccinations and autism. This idea first came about in 1998 when a study was published byAndrew Wakefield that said there was a link between MMR …and autism- this study was shown to be completely fraudulent, however manypeople today continue to believe this due to people pushingpseudoscience to further their own causes, such as to spread fearabout vaccinations or autism, or to sell expensive autismtreatments to parents, or simply out of ignorance. Autism is a neurological difference, as the brain is formed withinthe womb common sense dictates that vaccines cannot cause autism -a vaccine cannot change the brain, nor can it go back in time tochange a babies development within the womb.
As an autistic Infant Caregiver, I think it's not a good idea to try to diagnose autism in an infant that young. It's almost impossible to diagnose it before 24 months. Signs …usually appear when the infant is a one year old, not when they are 9 months old.. Lack of eye contact, social interaction in an infant, might possibly be signs that the child has not received and experienced emotional love. This should be addressed by gently interacting with the baby, showing them love, putting yourself in their range of vision so that eye contact is made. And if it turns out a child is autistic, they still need as much love. .