A commonly cited statistic is that boys have about a 1 in 52 chance of being placed on the autism spectrum. For girls, it’s only 1 in 252– a five-fold difference. So statistically, autism is biased to men, but is that really the full story?
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David Suzuki gained international fame from his science media shows. He's since become an environmental activist promoting chemophobia and anti-GMO views.
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