Researchers test the effect of magnets on brains of children with autism

An $888,000 National Institutes of Health grant will help a Kentucky neuroscience team research whether treatment with magnets helps children with autism. The study will test whether using a low-frequency magnetic field around a child's head improves brain function and pairs the treatment with applied behavior analysis.

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