When a child with autism is born, the most common symptom is hearing a clicking sound, but that’s not always the case.
But when it comes to autism, this child is not only not hearing a sound, it has not heard anything at all.
That’s because there’s nothing wrong with a newborn.
The only thing wrong with having a baby with autism?
It’s not a mystery.
The most common symptoms of autism, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are sensory integration difficulties, speech delay, social withdrawal and repetitive behavior.
But there are plenty of other symptoms that a newborn can have that can cause other problems.
And, yes, some babies with autism can also have a normal range of development, but autism is the most frequently-affected condition.
So, why are so many newborns with autism struggling?
The CDC says that the reasons for these problems are complex and often complicated, but it can’t pinpoint the specific cause because there are no reliable tests to diagnose autism.
That is why many experts say there needs to be a much larger discussion about autism in the public and medical community, and that the best way to deal with it is to treat it with an approach that addresses the root causes.
Dr. Richard Belsky, the head of the CDC’s National Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, has said that autism is a spectrum disorder.
And he says that, in addition to the normal development problems, there are also social problems, which are what causes autism.
The CDC is trying to sort out the root cause of autism by identifying the conditions that cause the autism.
So, while some people have symptoms that don’t cause autism, others have a condition that causes autism, or have some other underlying condition that is affecting their behavior.
Belsky said that, when the CDC looked at autism statistics, they found that there were about 1,400 cases of autism in every 100,000 newborns, which is about one in seven.
So it’s an extremely rare condition.
And there’s a huge number of children with autism in hospitals.
He said that about 70% of those babies that the CDC found with autism had a severe condition.
The main reason for that is that many of these babies are born at very low birth weights, so there’s no way to predict the exact gestational age at which they’ll be able to speak.
And so, the babies are just starting to talk, so they can’t learn how to talk to other babies.
A lot of newborns have sensory problems that are normal, but they can have speech problems that cause autism.
But what’s the diagnosis for autism?
Dr. Robert Spitzer, a professor of pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania, told ABC News that it’s a diagnosis of a condition called autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
It’s a disorder that affects one or more of the following:In this video, Dr. Robert M. Spitzer talks about how autism is diagnosed.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
This video originally aired Feb. 17, 2017.