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Younger siblings of children with autism may show signs of abnormal development as early as one year of age. Researchers found 17% developed autism and 28% had delays in other areas of development. Parents and doctors should keep a close watch for symptoms at an early age among younger siblings of children with autism, so problems can be addressed sooner. [more]

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