Mayo Clinic study questions belief that autistic children have more gut problems

The Autism News | English By Trine Tsouderos | Chicago Tribune A new study casts doubt on a commonly held but controversial belief that autistic children have more gut problems than their peers. The Mayo Clinic study, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, found autistic kids in the study were more likely than their nonautistic counterparts to be picky eaters or constipated.

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Mayo Clinic study questions belief that autistic children have more gut problems

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