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Potential association between soy formula, seizures in children with autism

A higher rate of seizures among children with autism has been detected in those who were fed infant formula containing soy protein rather than milk protein. The study found excess seizures among girls and in the total sample of 1,949 children. The soy-seizure link reached borderline significance among boys, who comprised 87 percent of the children described in the database under study.
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