Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

4 April 2015
This paper examines the causes of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, the stages, and preventative measures that can be taken to combat the illness.

This paper is based on the public role in Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. The author uses statistics and examples to present the case of FAS. The paper examines what causes it, how it manifests itself, and preventions that can be used and future research needs to combat the problem.
“In recent years the public has been made aware of a syndrome called Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. The syndrome has received publicity for many reasons including the fact that it is a completely preventable syndrome based on the pregnant mother’s behaviors. The syndrome causes disabilities for the children and in recent court hearings mothers have been facing charges for causing the syndrome in their children. It is a life long syndrome that cannot be reversed once it is achieved. The public has a responsibility in trying to prevent the syndrome from occurring. The public pays the price each time it happens in the way of funding special education needs, funding welfare checks and funding the cost of foster care. It is in the public’s best interest to use education and legal means to stop the incidence of fetal alcohol syndrome.”
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