Light drinking during pregnancy does not harm babies and seems to produce smarter, better-behaved children, though this effect could be due to light social drinkers' coming from more privileged backgrounds. | Harper's Magazine

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Light drinking during pregnancy does not harm babies and seems to produce smarter, better-behaved children, though this effect could be due to light social drinkers’ coming from more privileged backgrounds.

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Light drinking during pregnancy does not harm babies and seems to produce smarter, better-behaved children, though this effect could be due to light social drinkers’ coming from more privileged backgrounds.

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