Prenatal caffeine exposure and high-fat diet heighten risk of autism-like behaviors in rodents

Prenatal exposure to caffeine, coupled with a high-fat diet post-birth, significantly heightened autism-like behaviors in rodents. This effect was linked to alterations in gut microbiota and elevated levels of the immune molecule IL-17A, highlighting the gut-brain axis’s role in neurodevelopmental disorders.


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