Researchers: Children conceived in Ma...

Researchers: Children conceived in March more likely to have autism

There are 2 comments on the News10.net story from May 9, 2011, titled Researchers: Children conceived in March more likely to have autism. In it, News10.net reports that:

Researchers from UC Davis determined that California babies conceived in March had a significantly higher rate of autism, perhaps adding to a body of research that links spring and summer pesticide exposure to birth defects.

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FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 May 9, 2011
More garbage. Proves nothing.
FBOMBER

Canada

#2 May 25, 2011
It means they are vaccinated thats all, and maybe more children are born in March. Months don't cause autism, vaccines do.

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