Autism Families With New Pregnancies Sought For Vitamin D Research
Families may participate in the study from a distance. That is, to participate, families do not have to live in the Portland, Oregon, USA area. We have families who are participating from other countries. It would be helpful if they could read English or had someone who could interpret English for them.
Preliminary findings are that babies are delivering on time, the babies' weights are healthy (not premature), and so far, there are no complications. It is too early to say whether these children will develop autism or not, but the results so far are promising.
Source: Vitamin D Council
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