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Tips for staying alcohol-free during pregnancy

The effects of prenatal alcohol exposure are lifelong. Alcohol can cause permanent damage that will impact on how a person learns, remembers, communicates, socialises and manages school, work and life. Researchers and doctors recommend abstaining from alcohol for any...

Minimise the risk

Did you know that 51% of Australian women have had an unplanned pregnancy, and 4 in 10 women consumed alcohol when pregnant? For the health of your unborn baby – remember: No alcohol is the safest choice It’s never too late to cut down or stop drinking during...

Be the partner she needs

Healthy mums and babies need you to ‘partner up!’ When alcohol is consumed during pregnancy, it passes from the mother’s blood stream into the baby’s blood stream, resulting in the baby having the same blood alcohol level as the mum. Throughout the pregnancy, the...

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