(Reuters Health) – Roughly one in 40 U.S. children has been diagnosed with autism, and a national survey of parents suggests these kids have a harder time getting mental health services than youth with other emotional or behavioral issues.
One in 40 U.S. kids have autism, parent survey finds
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