Women who drink alcohol in moderation while trying to get pregnant do not typically take longer to conceive than other women, according to a new large-scale study. "We wanted to study whether a normal intake of alcohol reduces the chances of becoming pregnant," said lead researcher Mette Juhl of the Danish Epidemiology Science Center in Copenhagen.
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