Picky eating poses greater nutritional risk among children with autism

04/19/2010 | Reuters

A study has found that children with autism were more likely to refuse more foods and limit their intake to fewer kinds of foods compared with children who do not have autism. The finding suggests that children who have autism, as well as children with these eating habits, are at a greater risk of nutritional inadequacy than other children.

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