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Inside Baby Autism YouTube

There’s a fine line between educational vlogging and fearmongering. I went down the rabbit hole.

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A video opens with a young boy, maybe five years old, waving to the camera and chatting animatedly. His words are obscured by a soundtrack and his mother Andrea’s voice:




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Kelsey Osgood

Kelsey Osgood

Author of How to Disappear Completely: On Modern Anorexia. Writes often about religion, literature, and health.

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