Resource #995 - Effects of Alcohol on a Fetus
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Effects of Alcohol on a Fetus
Drinking alcohol at any time during a pregnancy can damage a fetus. This fact sheet describes how alcohol can damage a fetus and what the consequences may be.
2007
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SMA07-4275
8.5" x 11"
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•   Fact Sheet
•   Alcohol
•   Drug Abuse
•   FASD
•   Prevention
 
•   English
•   Alcohol
•   Pregnant Women/Women of Childbearing Age
•   Women
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