Study: Autism not linked to bowel problems

07/23/2009 | Reuters

Bowel movement patterns in children with autistic spectrum disorders don't indicate gastrointestinal problems, according to a British study. Researchers found in the first 3.5 years of life, children with these disorders had no major differences in bowel habits than their peers. Some older children did develop bowel symptoms, but researchers said it could be due to dietary changes.

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