Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Heavy Rainfall Can Increase Autisme

From the latest research results recorded in the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, dikabarkan that the increase in rainfall or associated with it could be related to the development of autisme.

Theory autisme rainfall based on the child's health records and weather from the three states of the U.S., but has been greeted with caution by the UK research charities.

The researchers consider the average annual rainfall in California, Oregon and Washington State between 1987 and 1999, and then examine the prevalence autisme figures in the growth of children during that time.

Studies have found a number autisme higher among children who are part of the country receive higher rainfall during their first three years.

Increasing the number autisme - the increase, based on some measure, from one in 2500 to be between one of the 150 - mainly due to a doctor can diagnose disease, as some scientists opinion.

However, researchers from Cornell University did not concur, and said that such research can not eliminate the factors that may separately increase the number of children who grow in conditions that casually.

They found that the number can be associated with the amount of rainfall in the state they are in-between that date. From the results of the research that found that the prevalence autisme higher for groups that experienced the birth of the rainfall is relatively high when they are younger than three years .

They also explain that no one from all of that more than just theory. However, further research to see if the connection was real is still needed.


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