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NBC News Reports on New Harvard Research Tying Autism Threat to Air Pollution

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An alarming new study from Harvard University lends additional credence to the idea that air pollution may be a factor in the development of autism in children. The latest research shows that pregnant women who are exposed to significant amounts of air pollution have almost twice the risk of having a child with autism. Read NBC News’s coverage for much more on this attention-grabbing study.