While I saw the headlines about the possible induction/autism connection, I didn't read them. When there was lots of talk of vaccine/autism connections, I thought that I read something showing that the number of folks with autism was not significantly lower in the age group that came before wide-spread vaccinations. If inducing labor is a more recent "advancement," I wonder if they've compared the number of folks with autism to those born before inducing labor was as prevalent as it is now.
CLEP: Col. Comp., Hum., Math., A&I, Am. Gvt., Soc. Sci. and Hist., Prin. of Mgmt., Nat. Sci. Prin. of Mkting.DSST: Intro. to Comp., Intro. to Wor. Rel., Ethics in Am., Intro. to Bus., Prin. of Sup., Bus. Ethics., MIS, Money & Banking (That's right, I passed it!)Courses from B&M: Bus. Com.; Elem. Speech Com., Intro. to Psy., Intro. to Bus. and Mgmt, Trans. Math. Macro- & Microecon., Prin. of Acct. 1 & 2, Phil. of West 1., Appl. Bus. Math, Bus. Law Penn Foster: Train. Con., Fin.l Mgmt., Con. Beh., Comp. Mgmt., and Lab. Rel., Bus. Stats. ALEKS: Beg. Alg. and just possibly, College Algebra (I'm probably jinxing myself by including this!)
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