Autism Behaviors May Differ in Boys and Girls: FRIDAY.

Autism Behaviors May Differ in Boys and Girls: – FRIDAY, Sept . 4, 2015 – – The repetitive and restrictive behaviors common in autism aren’t viewed as often in girls as they are in boys with the disorder, a fresh study says. Researchers also found that there were variations using parts of the brain between kids who have exhibit these behaviors. ‘Our results suggest a potential factor that may donate to the fairly low proportion of females with autism,’ stated the study’s lead author Kaustubh Supekar, a postdoctoral researcher in the Stanford University School of Medication in California.

The hazard first received widespread attention in 2013, when Shain Gandee, the 21-year-old star of the MTV series ‘Buckwild,’ died of carbon monoxide exposure while mud bogging. Two other guys, one of them Gandee’s uncle, were found dead in the vehicle also, according to published reports. But that had not been an isolated case. Reporting in the Sept. 10 New England Journal of Medication, doctors at one U.S. Hospital record on very similar incidents that landed four teenagers in the er. In a single, an 18-year-old driver and a 16-year-old passenger misplaced consciousness after being overcome by carbon monoxide while mud bogging. In the other incident, two backseat passengers – – ages 16 and 19 – – had been the victims, the survey said. Fortunately, all survived.