Study finds slight autism risk link to antidepressants in pregnancy

LONDON (Reuters) – Children exposed to antidepressants during their mothers’ pregnancies seem to have a slightly higher risk of autism than children whose mothers had psychiatric disorders but did not take antidepressants while pregnant, a study has found.

But publishing their findings on Wednesday, researchers said the results should not

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