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Light drinking during pregnancy: still no increased risk for socioemotional difficulties or cognitive deficits at 5 years of age? J Epidemiol Community Health, volume 66, issue 1. (On-line publication, 5 October)

Author(s) :

Yvonne J Kelly, Amanda Sacker, Ron Gray, John Kelly, Dieter Wolke, Jenny Head, Maria A Quigley

Year of publication :

2010

URL(s) :

http://jech.bmj.com/content/66/1/41
https://doi.org/10.1136/jech.2009.103002

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Abstract (English)  :

Background
This study examines the relationship between light drinking during pregnancy and the risk of socioemotional problems and cognitive deficits at age 5 years.

Methods
Data from the nationally representative prospective UK Millennium Cohort Study (N=11 513) were used. Participants were grouped according to mothers’ reported alcohol consumption during pregnancy: never drinker; not in pregnancy; light; moderate; heavy/binge. At age 5 years the strengths and difficulties questionnaire (SDQ) and British ability scales (BAS) tests were administered during home interviews. Defined clinically relevant cut-offs on the SDQ and standardised scores for the BAS subscales were used.

Results
Boys and girls born to light drinkers were less likely to have high total difficulties (for boys 6.6% vs 9.6%, OR=0.67, for girls 4.3% vs 6.2%, OR=0.69) and hyperactivity (for boys 10.1% vs 13.4%, OR=0.73, for girls 5.5% vs 7.6%, OR=0.71) scores compared with those born to mothers in the not-in-pregnancy group. These differences were attenuated on adjustment for confounding and mediating factors. Boys and girls born to light drinkers had higher mean cognitive test scores compared with those born to mothers in the not-in-pregnancy group: for boys, naming vocabulary (58 vs 55), picture similarities (56 vs 55) and pattern construction (52 vs 50), for girls naming vocabulary (58 vs 56) and pattern construction (53 vs 52). Differences remained statistically significant for boys in naming vocabulary and picture similarities.

Conclusions
At age 5 years cohort members born to mothers who drank up to 1–2 drinks per week or per occasion during pregnancy were not at increased risk of clinically relevant behavioural difficulties or cognitive deficits compared with children of mothers in the not-in-pregnancy group.

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Argument (français) :

Cette étude examine la relation entre la consommation légère d’alcool pendant la grossesse et le risque de problèmes socio-émotionnels et de déficits cognitifs de l’enfant à l’âge de 5 ans.

Argument (English):

This study examines the relationship between light drinking during pregnancy and the risk of socioemotional problems and cognitive deficits at age 5 years.

Argumento (português):

Este estudo examina a relação entre beber leve durante a gravidez e o risco de problemas sócio-emocionais e déficits cognitivos em crianças com a idade de 5 anos.

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➡ public health ; alcohol, tobacco, etc.

Author of this record :

Bernard Bel — 30 Jan 2011
➡ latest update : Bernard Bel — 19 May 2018

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