Autism risk increases 34% if mom has fever while pregnant, study says
Pregnant women who come down with a fever, especially in the second trimester, are at increased risk of having a baby with autism, a new study reports. Research published Tuesday by Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health observed ...
Catching flu when pregnant 'raises the risk of the child having autism by up to 40 per cent'
Fever during pregnancy found to increase risk for autism: study
Infections during pregnancy can increase autism risk, study says