Study finds children with autism at risk for GI problems

09/25/2012 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

Data from the Autism Treatment Network involving 2,973 children with autism spectrum disorder showed that 24% of them were diagnosed with at least one chronic gastrointestinal disorder. The study in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology found that anxiety and sensory over-responsivity were common among those with GI problems.

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