GI symptoms are more prevalent among children with autism

04/28/2014 | HealthDay News

A review published in the journal Pediatrics showed that children with autism had a more than fourfold increased risk of gastrointestinal problems compared with those without the condition. Children with autism were four times as likely to have diarrhea and constipation and two times as likely to have abdominal pain compared with typically developing peers.

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