Sniffing could provide autism test

Sniffing could provide autism test

People spend longer inhaling the delightful aroma of a bouquet of roses than the foul stench of rotting fish.

The results of tests on 36 children, in the journal Current Biology, showed that there appeared to be no such difference in children with autism.

The National Autistic Society said smell could eventually become an additional tool for testing for autism.

Something so simple.. Interesting.


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