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originally posted by: Bluesma
Well, there you go, we always say men think with two heads....
No but seriously, I can't fathom how one could effect the other...? Do they have any hypothesis on how that could be?
The reference to ritual is because in Europe, it is only done for religious reasons, by jewish and muslims.
They don't do it systematically over here, like in the US.
Do they do it to everyone in England too?
Conclusion Children exposed to long-term use of paracetamol during pregnancy had substantially adverse developmental outcomes at 3 years of age.
originally posted by: GetHyped
a reply to: ketsuko
Nothing wrong with showing correlation in science. It's the springboard for further, more rigorous research to find a causal link (if any). This study does just that: offers a starting point for further research. It could well turn out that there's absolutely nothing to it. And that's fine. It's how science works.
You're correct however since it's pretty much accepted that autism is genetic this study seems pretty redundant.
originally posted by: UmbraSumus
originally posted by: Tardacus
The most ridiculous un-scientific hogwash I`ve ever heard. If anything I think this "scientific" study has proven beyond any doubt that the world in general has become stupider.
What specifically is unscientific about the study ?