The traditional viewpoint is that it’s genetic, but scientists are leaving that theory in the dust and turning toward environmental factors. With reputable estimates that this condition will affect half of all kids within the next 20 years, a growth rate far greater than what genetic change could create, it’s time to look at other culprits. Continue Reading

 

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