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There is no cure for or set of specific treatments for fetal alcohol syndrome, as of 2015. However, certain medications treat symptoms by helping with walking, talking and social skills, and medical care for associated h... More »

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Learning disorders, mental retardation and memory deficits are long-term effects of fetal alcohol syndrome, reports MedicineNet. Additionally, physical defects such as wide-set eyes and a thin upper lip are commonly asso... More »

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The effects of fetal alcohol syndrome vary by child and usually include a mix of physical, intellectual, cognitive and behavioral problems, according to Mayo Clinic. Physical defects may include heart and kidney problems... More »

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