Early feeding problems are apparent in children with autism

07/19/2010 | TIME (subscription required)

A British study in Pediatrics found that children with an autism spectrum disorder are more likely to be slow eaters by their first month of life and to be choosy about foods and to have less varied diets by age 1 compared with those without the condition. However, researchers said the autistic children's eating habits did not affect their height, weight or growth.

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