Commentary: Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are more common than we think

My experience in both women’s health/prenatal care and the field of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) gives me a unique perspective on a group of

COVID-19 Q&As: Rachel Rabin on coping with addiction during the pandemic

“This new normal, and all the uncertainty that comes with it may elicit feelings of stress, depression, loneliness, anger and anxiety… which are prominent risk

Consistency of alcohol education during pregnancy ‘absolutely crucial’

Reports of women not receiving adequate information about alcohol consumption have prompted experts to ensure transparency across the cycle of care. Experts believe more training

CanFASD: Putting evidence in women’s hands – alcohol and cannabis use when breastfeeding

Two updated resources are available about alcohol and breastfeeding: a research update from CanFASD Alcohol and Breastfeeding and a brochure from Best Start  Mixing Alcohol and Breastfeeding.  They

CanFASD: FASD in Canadian news

Submitted by John Aspler, CanFASD 2020 Sterling Clarren Award winner Project background People with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) can have difficult and stigmatizing experiences throughout their

CanFASD STATEMENT: Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) during the COVID-19 pandemic

CanFASD-Statement-on-Coronavirus The Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research Network and the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health are committed to supporting Canadians, our stakeholders, and

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