Studies from a┬ámulticenter team associated with Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have suggested that there’s a correlation between lipid profiles during pregnancy and the chance of a child being born with ADHD. The team also explained that several possible factors that increase risk have also been identified, including exposure to specific industrial chemicals, premature birth, and low birth weight.

It’s important to note that these are risk factors or correlations rather than causal factors.

New Evidence of Prenatal Risk Factors for ADHD

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