Would – be moms should get enough vitamin D in diet to prevent autism in babies

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Intake of vitamin D supplements during the first trimester of pregnancy is likely to prevent the development of autism traits in children, researchers found in a study on mice.

Autism – or autism spectrum disorder – describes lifelong developmental disabilities including difficulty or inability to communicate with others and interact socially.

The discovery provides further evidence of the crucial role vitamin D plays in brain development, said lead researcher Darryl Eyles, professor at University of Queensland.

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