Obesity prior to pregnancy found to increase risk of autism, according to new study

Obesity prior to pregnancy found to increase risk of autism, according to new study
(Natural News) Being obese before getting pregnant has been found to increase the chance of having a child with autism, according to a study. The study, conducted by researchers at Northwestern University, found that mothers whose waists were at least 80 centimeters (cm) before pregnancy had a 65 percent higher chance of giving birth to a child…
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