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Study: Less folic acid in pregnancy tied to autism

from Reuters

In a new study of California moms, women whose children had autism recalled getting less folic acid through food and supplements early in their pregnancies than those whose children didn't develop the disorder. Meeting recommendations for folic acid in the first month of pregnancy was tied to a 38 percent lower chance of having a child with autism or Asperger's, researchers reported. more

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