Hiyaguha Cohen

As you probably know, autism rates have been skyrocketing in recent years, increasing 30 percent in the past two years alone.1 In the 1980's, about one in every 2000 children had autism.2 Today, the rate is one out of every 68. Some experts say that this alarming spike is simply a reflection of changes in diagnostic criteria, and that there really isn't any more autism now than there was a few decades ago. Other experts attribute the rise to various environmental and genetic factors -some saying GMO foods are responsible, others vaccines, others a combination of toxins, and so on. Among the prime candidates for blame, antidepressants loom large.

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