fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS)
- A severe impairment occurring in babies due to heavy maternal drinking during pregnancy, characterized by physical defects and long-term cognitive and behavioral issues including learning difficulties, lack of social judgment, and impulsive behavior
- The mother's heavy drinking during her pregnancy led to her child being born with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS).
- Educational programs were developed to raise awareness about the serious consequences of drinking during pregnancy, such as fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS).
- The child's learning difficulties and impulsive behaviors were attributed to fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) caused by the mother's alcohol consumption during pregnancy.