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5:56 PM | November 08, 2012
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I just wrote a story for the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative about a new study of the intestinal bacteria of autistic children. A team of Australian researchers studied more than 50 children with autism and discovered no significant differences between their gut microbes and the bacteria present in the digestive systems of their typically developing siblings. The study contradicts some earlier research that has found that autistic children have microbiomes that differ from those […]

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