Alcohol can alter the normal development of the fetus (unborn baby).
The possible effects of fetal alcohol exposure include brain damage, birth defects, poor growth before and after birth, low IQ or learning difficulties, delayed development, social and behavioural problems and problems with hearing, speech and vision.
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This forum was held on Wednesday 15 May 2013. The key note speaker was Nancy Poole, Director of Research and Knowledge Translation at the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Womens Health. To view the presentations click on the name of each presenter.