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Changes in gut microbiome play a role in autism development, study reveals

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Author Study Finds | Publish Date April 7, 2021

Could what’s going on inside a child’s stomach determine whether or not they develop autism? A new study finds a link between the gut microbiome and symptoms of autism spectrum disorder. Colorado researchers reveal bacterial changes in the stomach predicted behavioral fluctuations among patients.