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Alcohol-Related Birth Defects: An Update
Volume 25, Number 3, 2001

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153 Alcohol-Related Birth Defects: The Past, Present, and Future [PDF] 199 Fetal Alcohol Exposure and Attention: Moving Beyond ADHD [PDF]
159 Estimating the Prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Summary [PDF] 204 Alcohol Screening Instruments for Pregnant Women [PDF]
168 Drinking Patterns and Alcohol-Related Birth Defects [PDF] 210 Markers to Detect Drinking During Pregnancy [PDF]
175 Mechanisms of Alcohol-Induced Damage to the Developing Nervous System [PDF] 219 Motivational Interventions in Prenatal Clinics  [PDF]
185 Teratogenic Effects of Alcohol on Brain and Behavior [PDF] 230 Alcohol's Effect on Lactation [PDF]
192 The Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure on Executive Functioning [PDF] 235 Resources on Alcohol-Related Birth Defects [PDF]

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Updated: June 2002