Children with autism more likely to have depression as adults

Children and teenagers with autism spectrum disorder — especially those without intellectual disability — were more likely to have depression by young adulthood than the general population, according to findings recently published in JAMA Network Open. “Mental health problems, such as depression, are considered to be common in individuals with [autism spectrum disorder].

Source: Children with autism more likely to have depression as adults

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