BPA, Phthalates linked to atypical social behavior in ADHD children who were exposed prenatally


From "Environmental Health News" The atypical social behaviors that can go along with ADHD and Autism have been shown to be linked to high exposure to pthalates and BPA in the womb.

The study did not show an association with other aspects of ADHD. The cause is believed to be hormone disruption. Does this mean that children with ADHD and/or Autism are even more sensitive to the effects of these chemicals in our environment than other people?

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