CanFASD: Indigenous Approaches to FASD Prevention: Why Collaborative Action is Important

Submitted by Lindsay Wolfson and Toni Winterhoff. Lindsay Wolfson (MPH) is a Research Coordinator at the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health and a consultant

Government of Canada supports projects to address and prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canada

OTTAWA, July 24, 2019 /CNW/ – Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a significant lifelong developmental disability affecting many Canadians. Individuals with FASD experience some degree of challenges

New studies suggest prenatal marijuana may be capable of causing FASD-like impairment

RESTON, VIRGINIA–Whether alone or combined with alcohol, new studies included in Birth Defects Research just published by the Teratology Society with John Wiley & Sons, suggest marijuana exposure

CBC: Binge-drinking sending more young women to ER, ‘eye-opening’ study finds

Julie Ireton · CBC News · Posted: Jul 22, 2019  Dr. Peter Tanuseputro is a physician-scientist at the Ottawa Hospital and the Bruyère Research Institute. (Julie Ireton/CBC) More young people

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