Pregnant women told to stop drinking - Telegraph
"Pregnant women or those trying to conceive should not drink any alcohol at all, the Department of Health says today.
Previously, government advice had been that pregnant women should consume no more than one or two units - two glasses of wine or one pint of beer - once or twice a week.
The Department of Health wants its new "abstinence" policy to appear on alcohol packaging and labels.
The sudden turnaround comes amid concerns that women are either ignoring previous advice that they could consume a little, have various ideas of what "a little" is, or are being told different things in different parts of the UK."
If this advice is taken it will also help the pregnant mother to avoid getting high blood pressure problems.
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