Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol, Tobacco, and Coffee: Associated Congenital Complications and Adverse Birth Outcomes

Oh SS, Park S, You Y-A, Jee Y, Ansari A, Kim SM, Lee G, Kim YJ. Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol, Tobacco, and Coffee: Associated Congenital

Pregnant women’s alcohol use correlates with their partner’s drinking habits

Rettreived from https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220608/Pregnant-womens-alcohol-use-correlates-with-their-partners-drinking-habits.aspx Source:University of Eastern Finland (UEF Viestintä) Journal reference: Voutilainen, T., Rysä, J., Keski-Nisula, L. & Kärkkäinen, O. (2022) Self-reported alcohol consumption of

Pregnant women’s alcohol consumption and knowledge about its risks: An Israeli survey

Liat Hen-Herbst, Ariel Tenenbaum, Yehuda Senecky, Andrea Berger, Pregnant women’s alcohol consumption and knowledge about its risks: An Israeli survey, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Volume

Editorial – Alcohol use during pregnancy and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in Canada: who, what, where?

Understanding fetal alcohol spectrum disorder The estimated prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in Canada is greater than that of autism, cerebral palsy and

FASD Prevention: An Annotated Bibliography of Articles Published in 2021

This year’s Annotated Bibliography of Articles Published in 2021 was just released by CanFASD and the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health, and includes 99 articles from

Health care provider decision-making around prenatal substance use reporting

Sarah CM Roberts, Claudia Zaugg and Noelle Martinez, Health care provider decision-making around prenatal substance use reporting, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, (2022)doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2022.109514 Abstract Background Recent

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