Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Fevers and Autism

I vaguely remember reading about the discovery linking fevers and autism a few years ago.  It made sense at the time and still does. 

I have lots of anecdotal evidence from my own son, Corey.  He was diagnosed with autism at 24 months.  He's soon to turn 15.  I've noticed when Corey becomes feverish he is much more conversational.  Even his sentence structure changes.  He goes from speaking in a "broken English" to full phrases.

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