Mercury not linked to increased risk of autism in children

02/15/2012 |

The mercury levels found in the urine of children with autism were not greater than the levels in those without the condition, according to a U.K. study. Researchers noted that other heavy metal concentrations also were the same among children with autism, children from the general population, children without the condition but who had siblings with autism, and children who attended special education schools.

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