Brain differences tied to autism can be detected in the womb

Brain scans of babies in the womb may reveal whether a child is at risk for developing Autism later in life, early research suggests.

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A small study of 39 fetuses found that, by 25 weeks of gestation, certain brain regions looked different in the Unborn babies who went to be diagnosed with Autism compared to those who were not diagnosed with the condition.

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Long COVID symptoms: Major issue happens 3 to 6 months later

Are some people resistant to COVID-19? Geneticists are on the hunt.