Moderate amounts of alcohol during pregnancy may lower child's IQ

11/14/2012 | Reuters

Children born to mothers who were moderate drinkers during their pregnancy had nearly two points lower IQ scores at age 8 for each of the four variations in alcohol-metabolizing genes they carried, a U.K. study showed. The findings, based on 4,167 children, were published in the journal PLOS ONE.

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