New study links SSRI antidepressants to autism spectrum disorder

A new study has linked antidepressants in a class known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) to an increased risk of autism spectrum disorder in children born to women who use the drug during pregnancy. The study took place in Sweden and is the second study in two years to link SSRIs with autism.

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