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A simple test developed by the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore may be able to help determine whether a child will develop autism and other forms of developmental delays. The pull-to-sit test, done in infants as young as six months old, monitors whether or not a child has head lag, or trouble controlling his neck and head. While the test is not a diagnosis, children with head lag have a higher risk of autism or other social or communication delays.
It’s a boy for actors Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis! The pair welcomed son Otis Alexander on Sunday, as their reps confirmed to PEOPLE. Wilde shared the news with her followers via Twitter, with the super cute tweet: "Ladies and ... More