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CIFASD researchers now are seeking to understand why some unique facial features helped predict group membership in the South African and Finnish samples.
Thus, CIFASD researchers have found that differences exist in the shape of particular facial regions between children with FAS and controls (Klingenberg et al.
Analyzing data from both time points, CIFASD researchers found that during this time period, children with FAS exhibited faster growth than non--alcohol-exposed children in particular parts of the face.