Marijuana use during pregnancy linked to autism in babies, study says

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In what they call the largest study ever done, researchers found using marijuana while pregnant may increase the risk that a child will develop autism.

"Women who used cannabis during pregnancy were 1.5 times more likely to have a child with autism," said study author Dr. Darine El-Chaâr, a maternal fetal medicine specialist and clinical investigator at Ottawa Hospital Research Institute in Canada.
 

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LOL...it’s definitely the cannabis and not the aluminum, mercury, and formaldehyde adjuvants in vaccines causing the autism. THC and CDB are SO toxic to the body, not like those other neurotoxins listed above lol.

Give me a break Big Pharma.
 
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LOL...it’s definitely the cannabis and not the aluminum, mercury, and formaldehyde adjuvants in vaccines causing the autism. THC and CDB are SO toxic to the body, not like those other neurotoxins listed above lol.

Give me a break Big Pharma.
I loved the conspiracy theory. Not out of the realm, I don't know who funded it. But I think this quote takes them off the hook
We highly discourage use of cannabis during pregnancy and breastfeeding," she said.
Not really an anti-fatty comment.
 
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