Health Beat: Infant brains show autism early

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Katharine Kollins had no idea her first-born child, Grayson, had autism until he was two years old.

“There were definitely things that were not typical, but little things,” Kollins recalled.

When Grayson stopped speaking after his little sister, Evelyn, was born, they got the

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