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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Research shows drinking affects unborn child

Researchers from the University of Bristol have published evidence to suggest drinking as little as one glass of wine a week while pregnant could affect the I.Q of the unborn child.

The collaborative study, between the Universities of Bristol and Oxford, showed that only children that have genes that make them vulnerable to alcohol were affected.

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