Higher risk of autism found in children born at short and long interpregnancy intervals

24 septiembre 2014

Children who were conceived either less than 1 year or more than 5 years after the birth of their prior sibling were more likely to be diagnosed with autism than children conceived following an interval of 2-5 years, a study concludes.
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