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A new study has discovered significant differences in brain development between infants who go on to develop autism and those who do not. As early as 6 months of age, imaging scans show major changes take place in the brains of children who were later diagnosed with autism, according to researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Full story at Futurity
Researchers for the first time are documenting the basic wiring of the brain, the complex relationships among billions of neurons that are responsible for reason, memory and emotion. The work eventually could lead to better understanding of schizophrenia, autism, multiple sclerosis and other disorders.
Full story at The Wall Street Journal