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Fetal alcohol syndrome
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2009, ISBN: 613024519X, Lieferbar binnen 4-6 Wochen Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Alphascript Publishing, Paperback, 120 Seiten, L=219mm, B=152mm, H=13mm, Gew.=197gr, [GR: 16920 - HC/Medizin/Allgemeines, Lexika], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a disorder that can occur to the embryo when a pregnant woman ingests alcohol during pregnancy. An ingestion of alcohol does not always result in FAS. The current recommendation of both the US Surgeon General and the UK Department of Health is not to drink alcohol at all during pregnancy.Alcohol crosses the placental barrier and can stunt fetal growth or weight, create distinctive facial stigmata damage neurons and brain structures, and cause other physical, mental, or behavioral problems. Surveys found that in the United States, 10-15% of pregnant women admit to having recently used alcohol, and up to 30% use alcohol at some point during pregnancy. The main effect of FAS is permanent central nervous system damage, especially to the brain. Developing brain cells and structures are underdeveloped or malformed by prenatal alcohol exposure, often creating an array of primary cognitive and functional disabilities (including poor Fetal alcohol syndrome 2 memory, attention deficits, impulsive behavior, and poor cause-effect reasoning) as well as secondary disabilities (for example, mental health problems, and drug addiction).The risk of brain damage exists during each trimester, since the fetal brain develops throughout the entire pregnancy. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a disorder that can occur to the embryo when a pregnant woman ingests alcohol during pregnancy. An ingestion of alcohol does not always result in FAS. The current recommendation of both the US Surgeon General and the UK Department of Health is not to drink alcohol at all during pregnancy.Alcohol crosses the placental barrier and can stunt fetal growth or weight, create distinctive facial stigmata damage neurons and brain structures, and cause other physical, mental, or behavioral problems. Surveys found that in the United States, 10-15% of pregnant women admit to having recently used alcohol, and up to 30% use alcohol at some point during pregnancy. The main effect of FAS is permanent central nervous system damage, especially to the brain. Developing brain cells and structures are underdeveloped or malformed by prenatal alcohol exposure, often creating an array of primary cognitive and functional disabilities (including poor Fetal alcohol syndrome 2 memory, attention deficits, impulsive behavior, and poor cause-effect reasoning) as well as secondary disabilities (for example, mental health problems, and drug addiction).The risk of brain damage exists during each trimester, since the fetal brain develops throughout the entire pregnancy.

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Alphascript Publishing], High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a disorder that can occur to the embryo when a pregnant woman ingests alcohol during pregnancy. An ingestion of alcohol does not always result in FAS. The current recommendation of both the US Surgeon General and the UK Department of Health is not to drink alcohol at all during pregnancy.Alcohol crosses the placental barrier and can stunt fetal growth or weight, create distinctive facial stigmata damage neurons and brain structures, and cause other physical, mental, or behavioral problems. Surveys found that in the United States, 10-15% of pregnant women admit to having recently used alcohol, and up to 30% use alcohol at some point during pregnancy. The main effect of FAS is permanent central nervous system damage, especially to the brain. Developing brain cells and structures are underdeveloped or malformed by prenatal alcohol exposure, often creating an array of primary cognitive and functional disabilities (including poor Fetal alcohol syndrome 2 memory, attention deficits, impulsive behavior, and poor cause-effect reasoning) as well as secondary disabilities (for example, mental health problems, and drug addiction).The risk of brain damage exists during each trimester, since the fetal brain develops throughout the entire pregnancy., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Fetal alcohol syndrome Alcohol, Placenta, Prenatal development, Brain damage, Down syndrome, Social cost, Developmental disability, Mental disorder, Spina bifida, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder - Miller, Frederic P. Vandome, Agnes F. McBrewster, John
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Fetal alcohol syndrome

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a disorder that can occur to the embryo when a pregnant woman ingests alcohol during pregnancy. An ingestion of alcohol does not always result in FAS. The current recommendation of both the US Surgeon General and the UK Department of Health is not to drink alcohol at all during pregnancy.Alcohol crosses the placental barrier and can stunt fetal growth or weight, create distinctive facial stigmata damage neurons and brain structures, and cause other physical, mental, or behavioral problems. Surveys found that in the United States, 10-15% of pregnant women admit to having recently used alcohol, and up to 30% use alcohol at some point during pregnancy. The main effect of FAS is permanent central nervous system damage, especially to the brain. Developing brain cells and structures are underdeveloped or malformed by prenatal alcohol exposure, often creating an array of primary cognitive and functional disabilities (including poor Fetal alcohol syndrome 2 memory, attention deficits, impulsive behavior, and poor cause-effect reasoning) as well as secondary disabilities (for example, mental health problems, and drug addiction).The risk of brain damage exists during each trimester, since the fetal brain develops throughout the entire pregnancy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9786130245191
ISBN (ISBN-10): 613024519X
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: Alphascript Publishing
120 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,197 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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