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CDC warning to women about alcohol stirs outrage

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A seemingly well-meaning warning about the risks of drinking and pregnancy has set off outrage. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says they simply meant to caution women who may plan to get pregnant, or who might accidentally get pregnant, about drinking alcohol. What many women heard was a patronizing and condescending lecture that suggested they were not in charge of their own bodies. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.