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Fevers During Pregnancy Raise Autism Risk, Study Shows - NBCNews.com


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Fevers During Pregnancy Raise Autism Risk, Study Shows
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The new report, out Tuesday, shows that women who had infections while pregnant were more likely to have children with autism. The more fevers they had, the higher the risk — and the second trimester of pregnancy seemed to be an especially important ...
Fever in pregnancy tied to higher risk of autismMedical News Today
Expectant mothers who have flu or a fever raise the risk of their child having autism by up to 300%, study showsDaily Mail
Fever During Pregnancy May Increase Autism Spectrum Disorder Risk By 40 Percent, Study FindsMedical Daily

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