... in response to Genetics of Earlobes
  1. Noushka Noushka United Kingdom says:

    I have autism and FACs (fetal anti convulsant syndrome) and my baby photos show I was born with free earloabes, but my earlobes grew attached about a year or longer after I was born! I have only had studies done on autism looking at the  unformed Cupid's bow/filtrum, turned in little fingers, and enlarged space between eyebrows but it was assumed I took after both my parents with having free earlobes at the time of assessment. Can more studies be done on this?

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