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Pregnancy Drinking 'Harms IQ'

Should women drink when they are pregnant? The current advice is not during the first 3 months and then no more than one to two units of alcohol a week.

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Drinking in pregnancy 'harms I.Q.'

The current advice from the National Institute for Health & Clinical Excellence is for pregnant women not to drink during the first 3 months and then no more than one or two units a week.

But according to a new study carried out by Bristol University, drinking just one glass of wine a week during pregnancy can significantly reduce a child's IQ. Our Health Correspondent Rebecca Broxton has been finding out the implications.

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