Folic Acid May Mitigate Autism Risk From Pesticides

A UC Davis Health study indicates that pregnant mothers who take folic acid around the time of conception may be able to lower the risk of their child being born with autism due to pesticide exposure. Pesticide exposure can occur in the home, but often affects mothers who live near agricultural operations. Mothers who are exposed to pesticides from three months before conception to three months after were most at risk, the study said. Aside from the fact that this knowledge requires...

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