Children born with high blood levels of vitamin D have 25 percent decreased odds of autism compared with those born with low levels.
- Nicholette Zeliadt
Researchers presented the unpublished results today at the 2018 International Society for Autism Researchannual meeting in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The results come from the largest study yet to explore a link between vitamin D and autism.
The findings reinforce evidence of a link between vitamin D and autism risk.
A 2017 study of…