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Distillations
Extracts from the Past, Present, and Future of Chemistry
Weekly Program
Janet Golden on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
 Chemical Heritage Foundation  Contact Contributor
July 30, 2008, 8:16 a.m.
The scientific aspect of motherhood is not something we think much about. In this week’s episode, we explore the history of pregnancy tests. Also, Janet Golden, an expert on fetal alcohol syndrome, joins us to talk about how ideas have changed regarding pregnant women and what they should and shouldn’t consume. And we learn about Marie Curie and her daughters. Element of the Week: Curium.
Distillations is produced by the Chemical Heritage Foundation. For more information, visit distillations dot chemheritage dot org.

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