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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) check your local phone book for listings in your area Internet address: National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence 20 Exchange Place Suite 2902 New York, NY 10005-3201 (800) 622-2255 Internet address: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 6000 Executive Boulevard, Suite 409 Bethesda, MD 20892-7003 (301) 443-3860 Internet address: National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome 216 G Street, NE, Suite 750 Washington, DC 20002 (800) 66-NOFAS Internet address: Updated: November 2001
But because evidence of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome does not appear until later, DCFS gets few of these cases, he said.
In June1992, the Standing Committee on Health and Welfare, Social Affairs, Seniors and the Status of Women released its report, "Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, A Preventable Tragedy".
Americans started hearing about the dangers of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) beginning in the 1980s.
She frequently delivers workshops for educators on fetal alcohol syndrome.
Fetal alcohol syndrome has been raised successfully in previous cases in an "insanity" or "diminished capacity" defense.
Washington, Sept 16 ( ANI ): Animal experiments have shown that prenatal alcohol exposure in utero, especially during the early stages of pregnancy, can cause fetal alcohol syndrome.
Most children exposed to high levels of alcohol in the womb do not develop the distinct facial features seen in fetal alcohol syndrome, but instead show signs of abnormal intellectual or behavioral development, according to a study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and researchers in Chile.
Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), which adversely affects the neurodevelopmental, physical and social capabilities of children, is the most severe diagnosis in the FAS spectrum.
A group of UK clinicians cover definitions, epidemiology, health issues, common presentations, communication, and assessment; aspects of routine care like annual health checks, medication, challenging behavior, management of psychiatric disorders, epilepsy, nutritional disorders, sexuality, and men's and women's health; and associated disorders like Down syndrome, Rett syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, and neurofibromatosis type 1.
The devastating consequences of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) are well established, and, as a leading cause of intellectual disabilities (Pulsifer 1996), FAS has significant societal and public health implications.
Based on the interdisciplinary Spectrum of Developmental Disabilities conference, this volume of 17 chapters addresses established neurobehavioral syndromes (e.g., fragile X syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome); the treatment of behavioral disturbances associated with such syndromes; and the implications of new genetic techniques for future research and treatment.

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