autism screening

A task force says it's too soon to screen all children at this point.
In the "balance of benefits and harms" that the task force's draft statement speaks of, a well-documented benefit should carry more weight and be given extra consideration over "harms" of inconvenience. That is where common sense comes in.
Overall, the researchers called those results "encouraging." Nearly 700 parents completed the "First Year Inventory" questionnaire
To arrive at their conclusion, the researchers asked seven different questions about the efficacy of screening. Of those