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Prenatal vitamins cut risk of autism in half

University of California
Women who reported not taking prenatal vitamins immediately before and during a pregnancy were twice as likely to have a child with autism, UC Davis researchers reported in the online edition of the journal Epidemiology on May 23. Some higher-risk cases faced even greater odds of having a child... iStock photo