Autism: CDC statistics: One in fifty (1 in 50) Kids have autism

ps.spfpfhlo.600x600-75Consider that about 15 years ago, 1 in 10,000 kids had autism. Ten years ago it was 1 in 1,000, then 1 in 150, 1 in 88 and now 1 in 50.1 This means there’s one child with autism on just about every school bus (one school bus holds about 50 kids). This is beyond tragic and a shocking testimony to the accumulated insults that our modern health care system and lifestyle have on the developing fetus.  Read more…

2 thoughts on “Autism: CDC statistics: One in fifty (1 in 50) Kids have autism

  1. Dr. Wiggins, Health Educator and Writer

    What a shame. In another decade the autism rate will probably be 1 in 10 and big pharma and its constituents will still insist that genetic reasons are to blame; Most mainstream doctors will continue to hide their heads in the sand while injecting our children with God knows what.

  2. Pingback: CDC confirms: 1 in 50 Kids have autism | Piotr Bein's blog = blog Piotra Beina

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