Moms-to-be may no longer have to stick to baby bottles. Research found that moderatedrinking during pregnancy might not affect unborn babies’ brain development. Children of mothers who reported drinking between one and seven alcoholic drinks per week while pregnant weren’t found to have problems with balance by age 10. Currently, about one in 13 pregnant women drinks. Heavy drinking during pregnancy has been linked to fetal alcohol syndrome, birth defects and low birth rate.