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HealthWatch: Tylenol Use In Pregnancy Associated With Autism; MIT Engineers Create New Surgical Tape

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HealthWatch: Tylenol Use In Pregnancy Associated With Autism; MIT Engineers Create New Surgical Tape

HealthWatch: Tylenol Use In Pregnancy Associated With Autism; MIT Engineers Create New Surgical Tape

A new study finds taking acetaminophen late in pregnancy is associated with a higher risk of having a child with autism or ADHD and researchers at MIT have developed a super strong surgical tape.

WBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.


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