Posts tagged FAS
Just got another publication. This one is based on my masters thesis work, and is published in the journal “Hippocampus”. For your viewing pleasure: The effects of perinatal choline supplementation on hippocampal cholinergic development in rats exposed to alcohol during the brain growth spurt
Prenatal choline supplementation mitigates behavioral alterations associated with prenatal alcohol exposure in rats.
Prenatal Alcohol Choline Publication Monk Prenatal alcohol exposure can alter physical and behavioral development, leading to a range of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Despite warning labels, pregnant women continue to drink alcohol, creating a need to identify effective interventions to reduce the severity of alcohol’s teratogenic [...]