Almost Half of Nurses Providing Prenatal Care Are Misinformed About Alcohol Use During Pregnancy: Study “Organizations like the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) openly discourage moms-to-be from drinking any amount of alcohol during pregnancy. A new study reveals that many clinicians who provide prenatal care don’t hold the same point of view. A survey of American midwives, nurse practitioners and prenatal care nurses found 44 percent of respondents believed “one drink per occasion” is acceptable while pregnant.” – Florence Health

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