There Are Fewer Kids with Autism in Britain

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By Molly Clifton

Autism cases appear to be leveling off in Britain.

A study in the British Medical Journal says about 1 in every 250 kids has Autism.

That rate has held steady for the past few years, and its much lower than in the U.S. where government numbers show about one in 88 children has the disorder.




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