USA Today covers a new report by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention which used research by Rutgers University to find that autism rates continue to skyrocket and that N.J. has the highest percentage of children with the disorder, quoting Walter Zahorodny (NJMS).
The Star-Ledger writes about the results of the study, with Walter Zahorodny saying N.J. is aggressive in diagnosing autism.
NBC News covers the study, noting that awareness of autism alone can’t account for the increase.
The Philadelphia Inquirer also covers the study, talking with Walter Zahorodny (NJMS) about the results of the report.
U.S. News & World Report writes on the study, noting that the rate of autism has jumped 15 percent from two years ago.
WBGO talks with Walter Zahorodny about the study.
NJ Spotlight also talks with Walter Zahorodny about the study.
Live Science writes about the study.
Gizmodo covers the study.
The Record also talks with Walter Zahorodny, who says that the autism rate has never stabilized or decreased in New Jersey.
Autism Prevalence Continues to Rise - Rutgers Today
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U.S. autism rates up 30% in two years; N.J. is highest in study
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WNYC interview with Dr. Zahorodny
NJ News 12 interview with Dr. Zahorodny
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