Report: Moderate Drinking May Not Affect Fetus

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Report: Moderate Drinking May Not Affect Fetus

A Danish study suggests that drinking low to moderate amounts of alcohol in the early months of pregnancy may not be harmful to the baby. What do you think?

  • "That's good news for my pregnant lady wine-tasting business plan."

    Ed Guterman
    Entrepreneur
  • "Is nothing my mom's fault?"

    Jason DiCenzo
    Nozzle Worker
  • "That’s great to know, but let’s say I wanted to do some damage?"

    Nicole Ganz
    Unemployed
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