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    What is the true cause of autism?
    Causes. Autism spectrum disorder has no single known cause. Given the complexity of the disorder, and the fact that symptoms and severity vary, there are probably many causes. Both genetics and environment may play a role. Genetics. Several different genes appear to be involved in autism spectrum disorder.

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    Just Now Sinus and Ear Infections. “Lazy Eye”. Dental Problems. Heart murmurs. Larger than peers before puberty. Possible seizures. Many autistic traits, lack of eye contact, impulsive, hand flapping, etc. UC Davis has …

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    7 hours ago A great deal of evidence supports the idea that genes are one of the main causes of or a major contributor to ASD. More than 100 genes on different chromosomes may be involved in causing ASD, to different degrees. 3,4 Many people with autism have slight changes, called mutations, in many of these genes. However, the link between genetic mutations and autism

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    9 hours ago Possible causes of autism during pregnancy. Pregnancy conditions can be considered non-genetic, and a few studies suggest that it …

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    Genetic factors may be the most significant cause for autism spectrum disorders. Early studies of twins had estimated heritability to be over 90%, meaning that genetics explains over 90% of whether a child will develop autism. This may be an overestimation, as later twin studies estimate the heritability at between 60 and 90%. However, evidence so far still suggests a strong genetic component, with one of the largest and most recent studies estimating the heritability at 83%. M…

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    Just Now Causes of Autism Spectrum Disorders. The reasons leading to the development of autism spectrum disorders are not fully understood. Since the 70s of the last century, various theories of the onset of the disease “autism” began to …

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    Just Now Genetic causes of autism. Many experts believe genes play the biggest role in causing autism. A 2019 study estimated that about 80% of autistic people have it due to genetics. Research has found

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    7 hours ago 10 Signs of Autism in Women Claire Jack Ph.D. on April 29, 2021 in Women with Autism Spectrum Disorder Women with autism tend to present differently than men—and as a …

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    Just Now What Causes Autism? At this time, the exact cause of autism remains uncertain, but research suggests that any one of several factors may be involved in its onset: genetic factors, possible environmental influences; certain types of infections; problems before, during, or after birth. Some studies suggest the possibility of a disruption of very

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    4 hours ago Autism was once believed to be caused by improper parenting, but researchers believe that genes, not psychological factors, are to blame. In a study published in JAMA Psychiatry, researchers reported that about 80 percent of autism risk stems from inherited genes. The study covered more than 2 million children in Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Israel, and …

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    7 hours ago Research suggests that autism develops from a combination of genetic and nongenetic, or environmental, influences. These influences appear to increase the risk that a child will develop autism. However, it’s important to keep in mind that increased risk is not the same as cause. For example, some gene changes associated with autism can also

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    Just Now Insight Into Possible Causes Of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Advanced maternal age during pregnancy is thought to be one of the possible causes of autism spectrum disorder. Other things thought to possibly contribute to development of the disorder include: use of medications during pregnancy. bleeding while pregnant.

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    5 hours ago Autism is most probably caused by multiple factors interacting in complex ways (i.e. genes, environment and brain development). Autism is not etiologically homogeneous. That is, there are probably numerous sub-types of Autism each with differing etiologies. For example, there is evidence of a sub-group of children diagnosed with ASD (20-30%

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    7 hours ago This question, however, has no straightforward answer because there is no single cause of ASD. Research points to certain risk factors that put some people at a higher risk of developing the condition than others. Risk factors include having a family member who has also been diagnosed with the condition, environmental factors like severe

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    8 hours ago Postnatal Environment. MMR Vaccine – One of the most controversial hypothesized causes of autism. A “study” conducted by Andrew Wakefield and 12 others linked the use of the vaccine in infants with ASD. The entire study was later discovered to have been fraudulently altered by Wakefield in order to support his claims.

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    2 hours ago Scores of scientific studies have effectively ruled out vaccines as a cause of autism. Concerns originally arose around two issues of Mercury and the MMR Vaccine (Measles, mumps Rubella) In 2014, a meta-analysis, combining the result of 10 studies and over 1.2 million children, found no link between vaccines and autism.

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    1 hours ago Possible environmental causes of autism. The search for environmental triggers has been mostly focused on trying to find a cause for a alleged rapid increase in the reported prevalence of autism in recent decades. The prevalence …

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    What is the true cause of autism?

    Causes. Autism spectrum disorder has no single known cause. Given the complexity of the disorder, and the fact that symptoms and severity vary, there are probably many causes. Both genetics and environment may play a role. Genetics. Several different genes appear to be involved in autism spectrum disorder.

    What are treatments or cures of autism?

    Autism spectrum disorder affects 78 million people and families worldwide. A new model of care and treatment prioritises personalised, stepped care approaches is urgently needed, according to a new report published in The Lancet. Autism spectrum ...

    Do people with autism give up easily?

    Or if they have to pursue a wide range of tasks and are not able to pursue they interest enough, again motivation and internal momentum will dry up and the autistic individual will appear to ‘give up’ or ‘not be trying’. This is also partly due to autistic inertia.

    Are people trying to cure autism?

    While it’s now called autism spectrum disorder, many people still use the term “autism.” There’s no cure for autism, but several approaches can help to improve social functioning, learning, and quality of life for both children and adults with autism. Remember that autism is a spectrum-based condition.

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