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BLOOMBERG: Autism Tied To Air Pollution, Brain-Wiring Disconnection

BLOOMBERG: Autism Tied To Air Pollution, Brain-Wiring Disconnection

By Elizabeth Lopatto & Nicole Ostrow | Jun 17, 2013 | 9:01 PM PT

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 School of Public Health found that pregnant women exposed to high levels of diesel particulates or mercury were twice as likely to have an autistic child compared with peers in low-pollution areas. The findings, published today in Environmental Health Perspectives, are from the largest U.S. study to examine the ties between air pollution and autism.

Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-06-18/autism-tied-to-air-...

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ahhhh...the fresh metalic smell of chemtrails

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If

Bloomberg is reporting it, I'm not buying it. Sounds like more marxist green bullshit.

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