049: Zero Alcohol for Nine Months

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Alcohol can affect a baby’s development in the very first weeks, even before you know you're pregnant. Prenatal alcohol exposure can result in birth defects that can affect a child's growth, appearance, cognitive development, and behavior — and it's 100% preventable.

Here's what women who are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or may become pregnant need to know about drinking alcohol during pregnancy.


Fact Sheets
Guidance for Women
Guidance for Health Care Providers
Vermont Statistics

Posters and Brochures

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To get copies of the posters and brochure contact your local health office:

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