Proposed alcohol guidelines in Canada recommend no more than 2 drinks per week

By Tom Yun Retrieved from https://www.wqow.com/news/international/proposed-alcohol-guidelines-in-canada-recommend-no-more-than-2-drinks-per-week/article_27c14948-bd5a-5e2a-be34-d5eeccf39940.html TORONTO (CTV Network) — Newly proposed guidelines for alcohol consumption say Canadians should stick to a maximum of two

Uncertainty, manageability and individuation: A longitudinal qualitative study of women’s conceptualisations of risk from pregnancy to breastfeeding—the case of alcohol consumption

Abstract Alcohol use during pregnancy and breastfeeding is associated with diverse risks to infant health. As there is no known safe threshold of alcohol consumption,

CanFASD New Course: FASD For Community and Social Services Professionals Level 2

CanFASD’s newest online course went live last night!FASD for Community and Social Services Professionals Level II is designed for frontline workers that work directly with

Prevention of alcohol related harm though preconception care: A scoping review of barriers and enablers

L. Smith, A. Hilton, J. Walker, et al., Prevention of alcohol related harm though preconception care: A scoping review of barriers and enablers, (2022), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dialog.2022.100040

CBC: More than 6 drinks a week leads to higher health risks, new report suggests — especially for women

Stephanie Dubois, Ioanna Roumeliotis · CBC News · Posted: Aug 29, 2022 5:06 PM ET | Last Updated: August 29 Retrieved from https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/drinking-health-risks-study-1.6565723  Posted: Aug 29, 2022 5:06 PM ET

Iterative delivery of an implementation support package to increase and sustain the routine provision of antenatal care addressing alcohol consumption during pregnancy: study protocol for a stepped-wedge cluster trial

Doherty E, Wiggers J, Nathan N, Hall A, Wolfenden L, Tully B, Elliott EJ, Attia J, Dunlop AJ, Symonds I, Tsang TW, Reeves P, McFadyen

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