North Carolina has one of highest autism rates in nation

From the Charlotte Observer:

CHAPEL HILL About 1 in 88 American children have autism or similar disorders, and the prevalence in North Carolina is even higher, according to new estimates from the Centers For Disease Control.

That’s a jump of 23 percent since the last national estimate of autism spectrum disorders two years ago.

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