Latest Fetal alcohol syndrome Stories

2011-03-23 20:58:08

Exposure to alcohol in the womb doesn’t affect all fetuses equally.

2011-03-21 16:48:51

Alcohol use during pregnancy is common and is associated with significant threats to the health and development of exposed offspring.

2011-03-15 20:58:00

While children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) are known to have deficits in verbal learning and recall, the specifics of these deficits remain unclear.

2011-02-10 08:26:27

Mothers who drink alcohol during pregnancy put their babies at risk for fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) a disorder that damages the developing baby’s brain.

2011-02-08 12:37:57

Drinking excess alcohol during pregnancy can cause fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) due to the damaging effects of alcohol on a developing baby's brain.

2010-12-17 07:39:59

On the surface, children with fetal alcohol exposure and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appear to have similar symptoms and issues, but this study shows that each disorder appears to affect different areas of the brain.

2010-11-16 22:02:46

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is an irreversible disorder in children that affects the learning centers of the brain and results in cognitive and behavioral impairment in the child for life.

2010-10-21 09:02:53

It has been known for many years that drinking alcohol while pregnant can cause serious and irreversible damage to the baby.

2010-10-15 16:43:52

Scientific data continue to indicate that higher intake of alcohol during pregnancy adversely affects the fetus, and could lead to very severe developmental or other problems in the child.

2010-09-21 10:40:00

Certain Orofacial Characteristics Can Indicate the Condition CHICAGO, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) is an umbrella term that describes the range of effects that can occur in a person whose mother drank alcohol while pregnant.

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