If your loved one has autism spectrum disorder (ASD), you’re likely always on the lookout for anything that might make them more comfortable. Whether it’s a specialty diet, a new drug, or a new mode of social skills training, there are countless possibilities to explore. But few of these possibilities can address the root causes of autism, which aren’t fully understood by medical science. Furthermore, few therapies can address multiple dimensions of the disorder. However, research suggests treatments aimed at controlling inflammation in patients with ASD may help overcome both of these obstacles.

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