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Why Do People Get So Bent Out Of Shape About Drinking While Pregnant?

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Abstaining while pregnant is the easiest way to reduce the risk of physical, intellectual and emotional problems in the baby, doctors say. Rachel Weill/Uppercut/Getty Images hide caption

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Police officers check drivers at a sobriety checkpoint in Escondido, Calif. Lenny Ignelzi/AP hide caption

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Traffic Stops Persuade People To Avoid Drinking And Driving

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Women who consume eight or more drinks per week are considered excessive drinkers, according to the CDC. Breast cancer, liver disease and heart disease have all been linked to excessive drinking over time. Ann Boyajian/Illustration Works/Corbis hide caption

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Moderate Drinker Or Alcoholic? Many Americans Fall In Between

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Bottles of mahia in the Nahmias et Fils distillery. Alex Schmidt for NPR hide caption

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Couple Revives Lost Moroccan Fig Liquor, One Bottle At A Time

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Shoppers check out vodka in a street kiosk in Moscow in 2008. Alexander Nemenov/Getty Images hide caption

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Looks good. But maybe this time I'll stop at one. Kjersti Magnussen /Flickr hide caption

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Each bottle of Champagne contains around 50 million bubbles. But will any of them accelerate the inebriation process? Victor Bezrukov/Flickr.com hide caption

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