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Fetal Alcohol Disorders Are as "Equally Common" as Autism in US Children, Study Suggests

More children in the United States might suffer from fetal alcohol spectrum disorders than previously thought, according to a new study published in the JAMA journal on Feb. 6. Researchers selected 6,639 first-graders in four regions of the United States and interviewed their mothers between 2010 and 2016. Show More Summary

Reported Rise in Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Re-Kegerator Mothers

By Anne Dachel This past week, in the midst of my search for the latest story on the explosion in special education in countries around the world, I found this stunning piece from the New York Times on February 6th....

Children affected by prenatal drinking more numerous than previously estimated

Researchers found a significant number of children across four regions in the United States were determined to have fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). The new findings may represent more accurate prevalence estimates of FASD among the general population than prior research.

Children Affected by Prenatal Drinking More Numerous than Previously Estimated

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine found a significant number of children across four regions in the United States were determined to have fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). The new findings may represent more accurate prevalence estimates of FASD among the general population than prior research.

Children affected by prenatal drinking more numerous than previously estimated

(University of California - San Diego) Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine found a significant number of children across four regions in the United States were determined to have fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). The new findings may represent more accurate prevalence estimates of FASD among the general population than prior research.

Up to one in 10 U.S. kids may have fetal alcohol disorders

2 weeks agoHealth : Reuters: Health

(Reuters Health) - As many as one in 10 U.S. children may have fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, far more than previously thought, a new study of first graders suggests.

Study of first-graders shows fetal alcohol spectrum disorders prevalent in US communities

(NIH/National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism) A study of more than 6,000 first-graders across four US communities has found that a significant number of the children have fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD), with conservative rates ranging from 1 to 5 percent in community samples. Show More Summary

Fetal Alcohol Disorder May Be More Common Than Previously Thought

In a new JAMA study of more than 6,000 first-graders, researchers estimate that between 1.1% and 9.8% of American children have developmental or neurological problems caused by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs)—a significantly higher number than previous studies have reported. And out of the hundreds of children determined in the study to have FASD, only…

Far More U.S. Children than Previously Thought May Have Fetal Alcohol Disorders

2 weeks agoHealth : NYTimes: Health

New research estimates that neurological disorders caused by mothers drinking during pregnancy are at least as common as autism.

Plus Issue 123 March/April 2018: Ashley Rose Murphy & Aging With HIV

Born with HIV, Ashley Rose Murphy has been an activist since she was in elementary school. She fought mild cerebral palsy, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and a learning disability — as well as HIV stigma — to become a kickass 19-year-old activist, a long-term survivor, and a Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation ambassador. Show More Summary

Mapping America's Worst States For Binge-Drinking This Christmas

Alcohol abuse can result in health problems including memory loss, poor decision making, fetal damage, liver diseases, hypertension and cardiovascular problems... but 'tis the season... As Statista's Niall McCarthy notes, a recent report by the United Health Foundation found that 18.5 percent of U.S. Show More Summary

Medical News Today: Could this software diagnose fetal alcohol spectrum disorders?

Diagnosing certain types of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder remains challenging. A new study shows that facial recognition software may improve accuracy.

Lithium chloride blunts brain damage linked to fetal alcohol syndrom, study shows

A single dose of lithium chloride, a drug used to treat bipolar disease and aggression, blocks the sleep disturbances, memory loss, and learning problems tied to fetal alcohol syndrome, new experiments in mice show.

Study shows lithium chloride blunts brain damage linked to fetal alcohol syndrom

(NYU Langone Health / NYU School of Medicine) A single dose of lithium chloride, a drug used to treat bipolar disease and aggression, blocks the sleep disturbances, memory loss, and learning problems tied to fetal alcohol syndrome, new experiments in mice show.

Ibuprofen may block damage from fetal-alcohol exposure

(Ohio State University) An anti-inflammatory drug may have the potential to stall the damaging effects of alcohol on the fetal brain, a new study suggests.

Ibuprofen May Block Damage From Fetal-Alcohol Exposure

An anti-inflammatory drug may have the potential to stall the damaging effects of alcohol on the fetal brain, a new study suggests. Ibuprofen reduced neuroinflammation and behavioral signs of alcohol exposure in a rat model of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

NIH awards Wayne State $2M to analyze 20 years of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders data

(Wayne State University - Office of the Vice President for Research) The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of the National Institutes of Health has awarded Wayne State University $2,063,188 for a new study that willShow More Summary

Nih Awards Wayne State $2M to Analyze 20 Years of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Data

The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of the National Institutes of Health has awarded Wayne State University $2,063,188 for a new study that will analyze longitudinal data spanning 20 years collected from five U.S.Show More Summary

Study pokes holes in fetal alcohol hypothesis

A new study published in the journal Brain Behavior and Immunity appears to challenge the theory that cells in the brain's immune system are the culprit behind the neurological damage that occurs in children exposed to alcohol while in the womb.

Study pokes holes in fetal alcohol hypothesis

(University of Rochester Medical Center) A new study published in the journal Brain Behavior and Immunity appears to challenge the theory that cells in the brain's immune system are the culprit behind the neurological damage that occurs in children exposed to alcohol while in the womb.

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