Study links folate in pregnancy to children's risk of ADHD

11/4/2009 | Yahoo!

Low levels of folate in pregnant women are associated with a higher risk of their children developing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder between ages 7 and 9, a study found. Researchers said the data support long-held beliefs that folic acid levels in pregnant women influence the development of a child's nervous system.

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