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New research adds to the theory that girls are more naturally protected than boys from developing autism and other developmental disorders. Researchers found that girls with the conditions had a greater number of harmful variations in their genes (autosomal copy-number variants—CNVs) than did boys with the same diagnosis. [link1] [link2]

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