Low alcohol consumption and pregnancy and childhood outcomes: time to change guidelines indicating apparently ‘safe’ levels of alcohol during pregnancy? A systematic review and meta-analyses

@article{Mamluk2017LowAC,
  title={Low alcohol consumption and pregnancy and childhood outcomes: time to change guidelines indicating apparently ‘safe’ levels of alcohol during pregnancy? A systematic review and meta-analyses},
  author={L. Mamluk and H. Edwards and J. Savovi{\'c} and V. Leach and Timothy Jones and T. M. Moore and S. Ijaz and S. Lewis and J. Donovan and D. Lawlor and G. Smith and A. Fraser and L. Zuccolo},
  journal={BMJ Open},
  year={2017},
  volume={7}
}
  • L. Mamluk, H. Edwards, +10 authors L. Zuccolo
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • BMJ Open
  • Objectives To determine the effects of low-to-moderate levels of maternal alcohol consumption in pregnancy on pregnancy and longer-term offspring outcomes. Search strategy Medline, Embase, Web of Science and Psychinfo from inception to 11 July 2016. Selection criteria Prospective observational studies, negative control and quasiexperimental studies of pregnant women estimating effects of light drinking in pregnancy (≤32 g/week) versus abstaining. Pregnancy outcomes such as birth weight and… CONTINUE READING

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