An article posted recently in CBS News has an explanation on the increase of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) cases, saying that, “The dramatic increase in the number of children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder is largely the result of changes in how the condition is reported, Danish researchers contend.”
This has given the emphasis that there is no clear-cut criteria on how and why kids suffer from ASD. The increasing cases of children with Autism are definitely considered by several experts globally. However, the clear reasoning why it is increasing varies from expert to expert.
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Added in the CBS News article is another explanation from Stefan Hansen, a researcher from Aarhus University. According to him, “That the increase until now has been left more or less unexplained has undoubtedly raised considerable concern among the public and might, in fact, have affected some parents’ health decisions regarding their child.”
It is happening due to uncertain measures on how to determine the roots or causes of this particular condition. However, experts believe that the presence of useful microorganisms and medical-grade enzymes, like DPP-IV, could help alleviate the impact of this problem to the patients, and to the society in general.
Hansen added that, “The increase can be attributed to the redefinition of what Autism is and which diagnoses are reported. Its prevalence is not due alone to environmental factors that we have not yet discovered.”
There are several experts, however, who feel the rapid rise in Autism cannot simply be explained by a change in how the diagnosis is reported. Several other factors are presumed responsible, including environmental exposure, toxins, and more.
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