Childhood Developmental Disorders
It is estimated that 26% of children have some type of learning disability. This is an alarming number. The sharp increase that has been seen over the years can be explained by the concept of epigenetics. In short, the term "epigenetics" refers to changes that occur in a population that change the genetic expression of individuals. The causes of epigenetic changes are environmental factors. Moreover, epigenetic changes seem to increase in intensity with each generation.
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