CINCINNATI - A new study now shows that consuming alcohol in moderation while pregnant may actually be safe.
The study says that eight drinks a week are just fine for a pregnant woman.
Researchers tested 1,600 women and found that five years later their children did not perform any worse on organizational skills and IQ tests than children whose mothers didn't drink during pregnancy.
Doctors still say heavy drinking can harm fatal development.
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