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Pregnant women taking folic acid can lower risk of autism in child

February 12, 2013

http://www.king5.com/health/Pregnant-women-taking-folic-acid-can-lower-risk-of-autism-in-child-190952491.html

 

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Pregnancy can be a time of joy, but also a time for worry. Is my baby going to be okay? Am I doing everything right? Now, researchers say there is something practical every women can do to lower the risk of having a child with autism. Dr. Bryan King of Seattle Children’s talks about folic acid.

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