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Oxytocin could help kids with autism

A treatment that could help children with autism is a possibility after a recent discovery.

Researchers have found that the hormone "oxytocin" in the form of a nasal spray can increase activity in parts of the brain that control social behavior.

The hope is that autistic children could be helped during their developmental years.

 
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