A recent analysis of seven major medical research studies involving over 130,000 pregnancies suggests that consuming two to 14 drinks per week does not increase the risk of giving birth to a child with either malformations or Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.


  • Polygenis, D. et al. Moderate alcohol consumption during pregnancy and the incidence of fetal malformations: a meta-analysis. Nerotoxicol Teralol. 1998, 20, 61-67.

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