The Youth in Care Chronicles: Voices from Former Youth in Care

Abstract: The Youth in Care Chronicles is about the lived experiences of former youth in care, now as resilient adults, who want their voices to

CanFASD Top FASD Research Articles of 2020

Announcing our list for the top FASD articles of 2020! Every January CanFASD does a literature search for research that was published within the previous year.

Message From The Canadian Centre on Substance Use And Addiction

Dear colleague, Canadians are feeling the strain during the COVID-19 pandemic. While these uncertain times are proving difficult for us all, they are presenting greater

Conversation Starters on Healthy Living for Facilitators of Girls’ Empowerment Groups

These three discussion guides have been developed by researchers at the Centre for Excellence for Women’s Health (CEWH), in collaboration with Girls Action Foundation. They

“It’s ignorant stereotypes”: Key stakeholder perspectives on stereotypes associated with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, alcohol, and pregnancy

John Aspler, Aline Bogossian & Eric Racine (2021) “It’s ignorant stereotypes”: Key stakeholder perspectives on stereotypes associated with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, alcohol, and pregnancy, Journal of Intellectual

Alarming number of women are drinking more during the pandemic

Author: Abbie Alford (Reporter) SAN DIEGO — During the pandemic, several studies found that Americans are drinking far more than they did in previous years and

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