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More Evidence Environmental Exposures Contribute to Autism

Philly:

A large U.S. study suggests environmental pollution might be contributing to autism risk, although the specific culprit toxins remain unknown.

Researchers analyzed medical records and found a correlation between U.S. counties' autism rates and their rates of genital birth defects in boys, which could be a sign of some common environmental contributors.

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