Prenatal alcohol exposure raises obesity risk in children

08/28/2014 |

A study in Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research revealed children who had partial fetal alcohol syndrome were less likely to engage in regular physical activity and had significantly increased rates of obesity. Researchers also found female patients with any type of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders were more likely than their male counterparts to suffer excess weight during adolescence.

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