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Frequent Eye Movements Linked to Autism

Frequent eye movements in babies could be a clue to whether they will develop an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a Medical Research Council study suggests. Using eye-tracking technology, researchers measured 100 six-month-old babies looking at a static image. Those later diagnosed with ASD moved their eyes around more often, which could be a cause of learning problems
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