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Eye contact could help detect autism

Atlanta, GA Researchers have found that how an infant makes eye contact could be a first sign of autism.

They used eye tracking technology to track babies from birth until they were three years old.

The study found that babies who were later diagnosed with autism followed their mothers eyes less than other babies.

The study is published in the journal Nature.

 
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