Time between pregnancies may affect Autism risk

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Research suggests there may be a link between the timing of pregnancies and Autism.

A government study found children conceived less than 18 months, or more than five years after a sibling, had a higher risk of Autism.

No other developmental disabilities were associated with birth spacing.

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