Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 3rd, 2006
Study 1: Early detection of fetal alcohol effects by ultrasonograpy may emphasize the benefit of early abstinence.
Investigators from the University of New Mexico remarked, "More than 3 decades after Jones and Smith (1973) reported on the devastation caused by alcohol exposure on fetal development, the rates of heavy drinking during pregnancy remain relatively unchanged. Early identification of fetal alcohol exposure and maternal abstinence led to better infant outcomes. This study examined the utility of biometry for detecting alcohol-related...
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