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Autistic children sit for an extra seventy minutes per day; have extra, unpruned synapses in the brain, which may be prunable with drugs that restore brain cells’ autophagy; and exhibit reduced sensitivity to ingested autism drugs because of the gastrointestinal deficits inherent to the disorder.

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Autistic children sit for an extra seventy minutes per day; have extra, unpruned synapses in the brain, which may be prunable with drugs that restore brain cells’ autophagy; and exhibit reduced sensitivity to ingested autism drugs because of the gastrointestinal deficits inherent to the disorder.

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