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A retrospective review of self-reported alcohol intake among women attending for antenatal care in Far North Queensland

This study aimed to identify the characteristics of women who consume alcohol during pregnancy so that high-risk women could be targeted with educational interventions. The researchers reported that the most significant indicator for alcohol consumption during pregnancy was  alcohol consumption before pregnancy.

Authors: Claire Rimmer, Caroline De Costa

Date: May 2006

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