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LOS ANGELES • Oxytocin, the “cuddle” hormone that makes mothers’ milk flow, men faithful to their mates and even tough negotiators more trusting, also makes children with autism more attuned t…
DEC 03, 2013 - New York Daily News
Researchers from Yale University found that, when administered as a nasal spray, oxytocin enhanced brain activity tied to social interactions
DEC 03, 2013 - Fox News
Researchers at Yale University have discovered a potential new treatment for children with autism spectrum disorders: the hormone oxytocin.
DEC 02, 2013 - New York Times
The results of a small study of children with mild autism given oxytocin suggests that their brains’ social regions are not irrevocably damaged.
DEC 02, 2013 - BBC
The "love hormone" oxytocin alters the brain activity of children with autism and makes them more social, according to US researchers.
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