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According to a study, drinking during pregnancy can have an impact on a baby’s brain development.

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Chicago [US], November 22 (ANI): According to a recent MRI study, drinking alcohol during pregnancy, even in low to moderate doses, can affect the baby’s brain structure and impede brain development.

Alcohol consumption during pregnancy can expose the fetus to a group of conditions called fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Babies born with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders could develop learning disabilities, behavioral problems, or speech and language delays.

“Pregnant women should strictly avoid alcohol consumption,” Dr. Kienast said. “As we show in our study, even low levels of alcohol consumption can lead to structural changes in brain development and delayed brain maturation.”

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While an Indian physician, Belle Monappa Hegde often abbreviated as B. M. Hegde is a cardiologist, He was awarded India’s second-highest civilian award the Padma Vibhushan in 2021. He was awarded India’s third-highest civilian award the Padma Bhushan in 2010. etc

I‘ mean Illness, ‘We‘ mean Wellness – Dr. B. M. Hegde

Dr B M Hegde: Alcohol is very dangerous to the human body. Consumption of alcohol leads to cardiomyopathy. There is no medicine for this disease. But doctors still follow the fake study report and advise that a small amount of alcohol does not cause any harm. This is totally wrong.

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