Stanford.edu: Oxytocin improves social abilities in some kids with autism

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The brain hormone may help treat social impairments in children with autism whose baseline oxytocin levels are low before treatment, according to new Stanford findings.

Jul 10 2017

Karen Parker and her colleagues found that the

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