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Tag Archives: autism
Air pollution increases hospital admission risk for autistic children, study suggests
Research shows hospital admissions are linked to even short-term exposure, with boys more at risk than girls Autistic children face an increased risk of hospitalisation if exposed to air pollution for relatively brief periods, with boys more at risk than … Continue reading
Air Pollution Slows Cognitive Development In Children Due To Brain Inflammation
Schools that are located near busy roads may be more dangerous than remote schools due to the increased levels of air pollution generated by passing cars, a new study finds. Toxic chemicals found in the air pose a growing concern … Continue reading
Autism link to air pollution raised
A link between autism and air pollution exposure during pregnancy has been suggested by scientists. The Harvard School of Public Health team said high levels of pollution had been linked to a doubling of autism in their study of 1,767 … Continue reading
Air pollution, genetics combine to increase risk for autism
Exposure to air pollution appears to increase the risk for autism among people who carry a genetic disposition for the neurodevelopmental disorder, according to newly published research led by scientists at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of … Continue reading
Autism Tied to Air Pollution, Brain-Wiring Disconnection
Researchers seeking the roots of autism have linked the disorder to chemicals in air pollution and, in a separate study, found that language difficulties of the disorder may be due to a disconnect in brain wiring. Researchers from Harvard University’s … Continue reading
Autism: Traffic pollution linked, study suggests
The possibility that autism is linked to traffic pollution has been raised by researchers in California. Their study of more than 500 children said those exposed to high levels of pollution were three times more likely to have autism than … Continue reading