Autism findings

    Vaccines have been ruled out as a cause of autism, but a researcher at Drexel University is studying another. Health & Science reporter Carolyn Beeler reports on a study out of Columbia University, which suggested children conceived one year after a mother’s previous pregnancy are more likely to be autistic than those conceived three or more years after the earlier birth.

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