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What increases my child's risk for output learning disabilities?

Genetic conditions, premature birth or distress during birth, poor diet, cancer treatments, chronic illness, Central Nervous System (CNS) infections, or head trauma can increase a child's risk for output learning disabilities. Expecting mothers should refrain from alcohol and drug use during pregnancy.

Learning disorders are not developed due to education, environment, economic status, or cultural background. However, these factors can influence an individual's success once diagnosed.

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Are there alternative treatments for output learning disabilities?
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How serious are output learning disabilities?
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Is there a cure for output learning disabilities?
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What are output learning disabilities?
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