Autism four times likelier when mother's thyroid is weakened

 Pregnant women who don't make nearly enough thyroid hormone are nearly 4 times likelier to produce autistic children than healthy women, report scientists from the Houston Methodist Neurological Institute and Erasmus Medical Centre in an upcoming Annals of Neurology.

Association of gestational maternal hypothyroxinemia and increased autism risk.Ann Neurol

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