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Binge drinking BEFORE you get pregnant ‘can have life-long effects on future children’

Apr 3, 2017  by 21bethere

An American study suggests it raises the risk of having children born with high blood sugar
WOMEN who binge drink before they become pregnant risk harming their babies, a study suggests. They are more likely to have children with high blood sugar, increasing their chances of developing diabetes as adults…  "These findings suggest that the effects of a mother's alcohol misuse before conception may be passed on to her offspring. "These changes could have lifelong effects on the offspring's glucose function and possibly increase their susceptibility to diabetes." For more https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/3239735/binge-drinking-before-you-get-pregnant-can-have-life-long-effects-on-future-children/

 

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