Fromthegrapevine.com: Scientists now know why people with autism don't like to be touched

It’s not because they’re anti-social or rude. A new study unlocks a mystery in how autism affects people’s brains.

Not everyone likes to be touched. But for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), this is more than a simple preference; according to a new study, it’s more likely the result

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