Groundbreaking Research Links Autism with Histamine, Inflammation and Mast Cell Activation

Interesting: personally asthmatic (allergy-based), have perennial rhinitis and allergic to smoke, fumes, dust, perfume… a real fun person, clearly! 🙂

Openhearted Rebel

By Carolanne Wright, Wake Up World

The study of histamine has been attracting quite a bit of attention over the last few years — and not just in relation to seasonal allergies or insect bites. The compound is also associated with a variety of other health complaints, from migraines and depression to schizophrenia. And now scientists have discovered another surprising connection to the naturally occurring chemical: autism.

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