Four Out Of Five Australian Women Drink During Pregnancy

New research suggests that nearly four out of five Australia women drink during their pregnancy. The high rate of drinking is blamed on confusing medical guidelines that keep changing.
Women and health practitioners were confused by official guidelines, which changed in 2001 from recommending zero alcohol intake to a low intake, and then back to no alcohol again in 2009.

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