Comments for: Obese women more likely to give birth to autistic children, study finds

Posted April 09, 2012, at 8:51 a.m.

CHICAGO — Obesity during pregnancy may increase chances for having a child with autism, provocative new research suggests. It’s among the first studies linking the two, and though it doesn’t prove obesity causes autism, the authors say their results raise public health concerns because of the high level of obesity …

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  • Anonymous

    Just another ploy to divert attention from the inoculation studies that are being told in the news these days(even by Donald Trump in reference to the child of friends of his) as having an impact upon babies.  Too many shots at one time at birth and within a few months after with  noticeable signs of a change in the child shortly after can not be ignored.   

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