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Surname 1Name:Professor:Course Title:Date:Fetal alcohol syndromeDear Annabel, Could you ever imagine feeding your baby alcohol through a bottle? While most mothers would agree that they would not feed their babies alcohol, drinking while pregnant is equivalent to what alcohol does to your unborn baby. When a pregnant mother drinks alcohol, (beer, wine orliquor), she is making her child drink as well. As a pregnant woman, your lifestyle ultimately affects the well being of your unborn child and even after the baby is born. Excessive exposure to alcohol during pregnancy can lead to severe permanent and mental harm to you and the child. Next time you think that you need to have some because you can’t sleep, bored or out with a friend, just remember that I am a phone call away. While it may seem like a harmless temporary social habit, drinking liquor at all is not advisable during pregnancy. There are no means of measuring how much alcohol is okay to consume before the defects occur, As little as one glass could affect you and your baby in so many ways.Alcohol affects the human body regarding development in so many ways. Alcohol can be the highlight of a party, which makes everything exciting but it also affects the human body in somany ways. We often see on the news alcohol victims shot dead, arrested or in other critical conditions. It is easy to notice the signs and symptoms of the alcohol victims; however, because babies cannot speak or act for themselves, they are the most affected by it. According to Blackburn & Carpenter, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is a combination of physical, emotional,

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