Monday, April 15, 2024

Guts and autism

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Two recent papers have found evidence that compounds produced by bacteria have major effects altering the way our bodies function. In fact, clinical observations suggest that gut and dietary factors appear to improve symptoms in autism spectrum disorders.  This morning we welcomed neuroscientist, Dr. Derrick McFabe from the Kilee Patchell-Evans Autism Research Group to explain more.

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