Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Babies born to fathers aged under 25 or over 51 have higher risk of autism, study claims - The Independent


Daily Mail

Babies born to fathers aged under 25 or over 51 have higher risk of autism, study claims
The Independent
Men, however, haven't been subjected to such scrutiny about when they're fit to become fathers. Until now. New research has found that babies born to fathers under the age of 25 or over 51 are at higher risk of developing autism and other social disorders.
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