"Hormone May Improve Social Skills in Kids with Autism"

(dailyRx News) Kids with autism can find it hard to understand what other people are feeling. And their communication challenges can make it hard for these children to interact with others.

A very small study has shown that a natural hormone may help resolve these challenges.

The researchers found that a single nasal spray of the hormone oxytocin activated parts of the brain involved with social interaction in children with autism.

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