Three years of data from the National Health Interview Survey suggest that the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders among American children and teens has stabilized at around 2.41 percent, according to a new study.
Three years of data from the National Health Interview Survey suggest that the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders among American children and teens has stabilized at around 2.41 percent, according to a new study. Photo courtesy Ad Council for Autism Speaks TNS
Three years of data from the National Health Interview Survey suggest that the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders among American children and teens has stabilized at around 2.41 percent, according to a new study. Photo courtesy Ad Council for Autism Speaks TNS