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November, 22, 2019
Vitamin D and Autism: A review of research concludes that children born to mothers with vitamin D deficiency are more likely to have behavioral problems like autism. Other research has connected iron deficiency with autism. Since iron is required for the activation of vitamin D, one or both of these nutrients may play a role in the development of autism.

Consumer Related Article:
Children born to mothers with low vitamin D levels may develop autism-like behaviors

Research Related Article:
J Endocrin. 2019;241:R65–R80.

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