New genetic evidence suggests a continuum among neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders

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A broad spectrum of developmental and psychiatric disorders, ranging from autism and intellectual disability to schizophrenia, should be conceptualized as …read more 

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    1. Yes, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects communication and social interaction. It is usually diagnosed in children, although it can sometimes be diagnosed in adults. ASD is a complex disorder that affects how a person processes and understands information, communicates with others and behaves. It is characterized by difficulties with social interaction and communication, as well as repetitive behaviors and interests. Children with ASD may have difficulty engaging in social interactions, understanding and using language, and exhibiting repetitive behaviors or interests. It is important to note that ASD is a spectrum disorder that affects each person differently and to varying degrees. Some people with ASD may have only mild symptoms. In contrast, others may have severe symptoms that significantly impact their daily life. !!!! Please note that I am a blogger and do not have any medical training or education. The information I provide is for general informational purposes and should not be taken as medical advice. If you have concerns about your health or the health of a loved one, you should always consult with a qualified healthcare provider. It is important to seek professional medical attention and advice from a qualified healthcare provider for any medical condition or concern. Do not rely on the information provided here as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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