Alcohol in pregnancy causes common disability: FASD

pregnant woman with wine and cigarette
The AMA, Australian FASD Network, NOFASD Australia, and the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education are teaming up to raise awareness about the health dangers of drinking alcohol during pregnancy. FASD refers to a range of disabilities (learning, behavioural, and developmental) that result from alcohol exposure during pregnancy. Alcohol consumed during pregnancy crosses the placenta

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