In The News: CBC, IUD most effective birth control method, Canadian pediatricians declare

Intrauterine contraception is easily the most effective method of contraception, the Canadian Paediatric Society says. (Jay Directo/AFP/Getty)   Teen girls who are sexually active should

In The News: We’re separating babies from their teenage mothers in care, perpetuating a never-ending cycle

Elizabeth Wall-Wieler – for CBC News There is a well-known connection between teen pregnancy and child protection services. Girls who spend time in the care

In The News: Township trauma: the terrible cost of drinking during pregnancy (The Guardian)

Mentors helped Veronic Blom stop using alcohol and crystal meth when she was pregnant with her youngest son. Photograph: Kate Hodal for the Guardian In

8th International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Research, Results and Relevance

8th International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research, Results, and Relevance Integrating Research, Policy and Promising Practice Around the World   March 6-9, 2019

Vast majority of poor, urban women don’t use prenatal vitamins before pregnancy, study shows

May 24, 2018, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine A study of more than 7,000 low-income, urban mothers enrolled in the Boston Birth Cohort found

New Zealand: Warning labels on alcohol containers highly deficient, new research shows

Comparison of warning labels, from left to right: current “pea-sized” pregnancy warning labels (NZ beer can and NZ bottle), beer imported into NZ from Canada

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