Folic Acid May Protect Against Pesticide-Related Autism

Women who take the recommended amount of folic acid around conception might reduce their child’s risk of pesticide-related autism, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.

In the study, children whose mothers took 800 or more micrograms of folic acid (the amount in most prenatal vitamins)

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