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Hebrew University study: Extended acetaminophen use during pregnancy increases risk of ASD/ADHD
New evidence gathered from 132,738 mother-child pairs over the course of three to 11 years by Hebrew University scientists concluded that prolonged exposure can increase the risk as much as 30 percent.
Prenatal vitamins markedly lower autism risk, according to Israeli researchers
Mothers who took folic acid, multivitamins or both prior to pregnancy were 61 percent less likely to give birth to an autistic child.