Vitamins in families at high risk of ASD


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A small observational study has suggested that prenatal vitamins could reduce autism risk in some families Authors Rebecca J Schmidt, Ana-Maria Iosif and Elizabeth Guerrero Angel set out to investigate whether maternal use of prenatal vitamins could be associated with a decreased risk for autism recurrence in siblings of children diagnosed as being on the

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