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Broccoli sprout may help curb autism symptoms

Dr. Crystal Agi


A chemical derived from broccoli sprout could help treat symptoms of autism, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins and Harvard hospitals. The study authors say it is an “intriguing” first step that could lead to a better life for those with autism spectrum disorders, which affect one in 68 children in the United States and currently have no cure or medical treatment. “If you tell people that you’ve treated autism with broccoli, they would say that that is a very far-fetched idea,” said ..

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