Rosenblum: Despite Danish study, it's not OK for pregnant women to drink

  • Article by: GAIL ROSENBLUM , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 4, 2012 - 8:35 PM
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waynebobJul. 4, 12 9:41 PM

One of the Danish scientists, Poul Thorsen, is the same scientist that the CDC used to prove that there was no link between autism and vaccines. And he is the same scientist that stole a few million dollars in research money. He is not credible on any standard.

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nmulloyJul. 6, 12 5:02 PM

I had a baby in 1969. My doctor's advice was if you smoke, cut down to half a pack a day, and it's fine to drink, just don't get drunk. My morning sickness for the first several months is nature's way of protecting the growing fetus. I do remember being eight month's pregnant and drinking so much champagne on New Year's, I got up and sang with the band. Luckily, my child grew up healthy and happy, had two college degrees and become an engineer - and never drank or smoked!

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