Webinar: Refreshing our Conversations About Alcohol as a Key Component of FASD Prevention

In this presentation, Dr. Nancy Poole and Lindsay Wolfson of the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health discuss the importance of reframing how we talk

Prevalence of Alcohol and Tobacco Use and Perceptions Regarding Prenatal Care among Pregnant Brazilian Women, 2017 to 2018: A Mixed-Methods Study

Bianchini, B.V., Maroneze, M.C., Timm, M.S. et al. Prevalence of Alcohol and Tobacco Use and Perceptions Regarding Prenatal Care among Pregnant Brazilian Women, 2017 to 2018: A

REGISTER- Acute care and addiction treatment for mothers and children (October 22, 2020)

Don’t forget to register for Acute Care and Addiction Treatment for Mothers and Children. This is the third webinar in the series Learning and Acting

Associations of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and Offspring Harmful Alcohol Use: Findings from the Raine Study

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Innu Approaches to Supporting Pregnancy and Birthing

Examples of Holistic FASD Prevention in Practice Developing specialized, culturally safe, and holistic support for pregnant women is an important strategy in preventing FASD [1].

Alcohol as an early life stressor: Epigenetics, metabolic, neuroendocrine and neurobehavioral implications

Abstract Ethanol exposure during gestation is an early life stressor that profoundly dysregulates structure and functions of the embryonal nervous system, altering the cognitive and

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