Index: Research Suggests Woman Taking Anti-Depressants During Last 6 Months of Pregnancy More Likely to Have Children With Autism

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Transcript for Index: Research Suggests Woman Taking Anti-Depressants During Last 6 Months of Pregnancy More Likely to Have Children With Autism
To the index tonight. The new medical headline this evening about pregnant women and autism. But researchering finding now that women taking antidepressants in the last six months of pregnancy are 87% more likely to have a child later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Researchers warn it may be dangerous for pregnant women to stop taking medication without first consulting their physicians. And to that disgruntled hotel guest slamming his pickup into the hotel lobby. After a disagreement over his bill. Tonight, that driver is under arrest and the clerk behind the desk, we're told, is okay. Adele is coming to America. ? Hello ? Hello. Announcing her U.S. Tour dates. 56 dates starting in St. Palm, Minnesota, July 5th, with stops in Atlanta, Miami, Phoenix, Nashville, New York City, too. The entire list on our website tonight.

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