Is ‘a little’ too much?: An exploration of women’s beliefs about alcohol use during pregnancy

Tess M. D. Fletcher, Barbara Mullan, Elizaveta Novoradovskaya & Amy Finlay-Jones (2021) Is ‘a little’ too much?: An exploration of women’s beliefs about alcohol use during pregnancy, Psychology

#WineMoms: Humour and Empowerment or Binge Drinking and Mental Health Challenges?

The term ‘wine mom’ and the culture behind it has grown in recent years as mothers have begun sharing their experiences online on various social

Alcohol and substance use in pregnancy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Preeti Kar, Lianne Tomfohr-Madsen, Gerald Giesbrecht, Mercedes Bagshawe, Catherine Lebel, Alcohol and substance use in pregnancy during the COVID-19 pandemic, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Volume

Alcohol Policy in Canada — webinar series starting Oct. 20

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about significant changes in alcohol policy, consumption trends and harms. It is time for a renewed discussion on what this

“The Problem Is that We Hear a Bit of Everything . . . ”: A Qualitative Systematic Review of Factors Associated with Alcohol Use, Reduction, and Abstinence in Pregnancy

Lyall V, Wolfson L, Reid N, Poole N, Moritz KM, Egert S, Browne AJ, Askew DA. “The Problem Is that We Hear a Bit of

Continuities in maternal substance use from early adolescence to parenthood: findings from the intergenerational cohort consortium

Thomson, K., Greenwood, C., Letcher, P., Spry, E., Macdonald, J., McAnally, H., . . . Olsson, C. (2021). Continuities in maternal substance use from early

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