Friday, September 30, 2011

Researchers Identify Drug to Help Social Functioning in Individuals with Autism

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- U.S. researchers say propranolol -- a drug used to treat high blood pressure, control heart rate and reduce test anxiety -- may help people with autism.
David Beversdorf of the University of Missouri found the drug is beneficial for improving language development and social communication in people with autism.

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