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Even Moderate Drinking During Pregnancy Can Affect Child?s IQ

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Post Even Moderate Drinking During Pregnancy Can Affect Child?s IQ

(Psych Central News) Even relatively small levels of exposure to alcohol while in the womb can adversely affect a child’s IQ, according to a new study. Researchers from the universities of Bristol and Oxford in England, using data from more than 4,000 mothers and their children in the Children of the 90s study (ALSPAC), analyzed genetic variations to [...]

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