CanFASD: Article Summary – How Personal Perspectives Shape Health Professionals’ Perceptions of FASD and Risk

Background: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a condition that has historically been poorly understood, resulting in inconsistencies in public health practitioners’ management, prevention, and

The New York Times: Alcohol Deaths Have Risen Sharply, Particularly Among Women

The study found that rates of death involving alcohol increased 85 percent among women from 1999 to 2017.Credit…Benoit Tessier/Reuters By Matt Richtel The number of women

What Is Your “Relationship” with Alcohol? Casual friendship, relationship, or commitment?

The title of her book, Drinking: A Love Story, by Caroline Knapp, succinctly captured the essence of the late author’s gradual descent into alcoholism. The end

Global News: The science of addiction: How our bodies get hooked on drugs, alcohol

Addiction, which affects roughly 21 per cent of Canadians at some point in their lives, can damage the brain, body and more. Unfortunately, the illness is often

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