- FAE (Fetal alcohol effect) : FAE which is the acronym of Fetal alcohol effect is defined as a cluster of symptoms less severe than those of Fetal alcohol syndrome shown by children of women who drank moderately during pregnancy. It is a a group of mild congenital problems that are sometimes observed in children of mothers who drink sparingly to moderately during pregnancy.

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