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Boys spending longer watching screens more likely to have autism at 3


Baby boys who watch TV for at least two hours a day are 3.5 TIMES more likely to be diagnosed with autism by age three, study finds

  • Baby boys who watch TV up to 3.5 times more likely to be diagnosed with autism
  • Study of 84,000 babies found screen time linked to increased autism rates
  • However, the same link was not spotted for girls over the same time period 










Baby boys who watch TV for at least two hours a day are three times more likely to be diagnosed with autism, a study has found. 

Japanese researchers compared the screen time levels of 84,000 one-year-olds against diagnoses rates aged three. 

Autism rates were 3.5 times higher among boys exposed to screens for two to four…



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