Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Induced’

Induced, Augmented labor Associated with Autism Risk – Nature World News

Induced, Augmented labor Associated with Autism Risk – Nature World News Nature World News Induced, Augmented labor Associated with Autism RiskNature World NewsWomen who are given drugs to induce labor or increase strength of contractions are at a higher risk of having a child born with autism, a new study found. Researchers said that the […]

Autism Risk May Be Raised for Children When Labor Induced – Bloomberg

Autism Risk May Be Raised for Children When Labor Induced – Bloomberg UPI.com Autism Risk May Be Raised for Children When Labor InducedBloombergBoys born to mothers who needed their doctor to start or help along the birth may have a higher risk of autism, a study found. Boys whose mothers had labors that were induced, […]

Induced labour ‘linked to autism’ – BBC News

Induced labour ‘linked to autism’ – BBC News KING5.com Induced labour 'linked to autism'BBC NewsChildren whose mothers needed drugs to start giving birth are slightly more likely to have autism, US researchers say. A study of 625,000 children, published in JAMA Pediatrics, showed the autism link was stronger in boys. Scientists have called for more …Study […]

Study Finds Link Between Induced Labor and Autism Diagnoses – Wall Street Journal

Study Finds Link Between Induced Labor and Autism Diagnoses – Wall Street Journal Telegraph.co.uk Study Finds Link Between Induced Labor and Autism DiagnosesWall Street JournalPregnant women who have procedures to induce or encourage labor might have an increased risk of bearing a child with autism, according to a new study. Researchers at Duke University and […]

Induced Labor Linked to Higher Autism Risk – MedPage Today

Induced Labor Linked to Higher Autism Risk – MedPage Today U.S. News & World Report Induced Labor Linked to Higher Autism RiskMedPage TodayNeurology. Induced Labor Linked to Higher Autism Risk. Published: Aug 12, 2013. By Charles Bankhead, Staff Writer, MedPage Today. Reviewed by Robert Jasmer, MD; Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San […]

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