Monday, July 10, 2017

Giving 'cuddle hormones' to children with autism can improve social skills, scientists say - Evening Standard


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Giving 'cuddle hormones' to children with autism can improve social skills, scientists say
Evening Standard
Giving children with autism doses of “cuddle hormone” can improve their social skills, research has suggested. Scientists conducted an experiment where they gave some children doses of oxytocin twice a day for a month. And they discovered that it could ...
Oxytocin improves social abilities in some kids with autismStanford Medical Center Report
Oxytocin spray boosts social skills in children with autismSpectrum
Can a Spritz of 'Love Hormone' Help Kids With Autism?HealthDay

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