Neuroscience News: Drinking During Pregnancy Changes Baby’s Brain Structure

Summary: Pregnant women who drink small-to-moderate amounts of alcohol during pregnancy risk altering their baby’s brain structure and delaying brain development. Source: RSNA Co-authors are Marlene Stuempflen,

Alcohol Warning Labels Need an Update, Researchers Say

By Roxanne Nelson Retrieved from Sept. 1, 2022 – Warning labels on alcoholic drinks need to be updated to spell out details of potential harm in order

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  Posted: Aug 29, 2022 5:06 PM ET

‘At 35, I had my miracle baby. But I couldn’t stop drinking.’

This article was retrieved from The article discusses addiction and distressing topics, and could be triggering for some readers. REBECCA DAVISSenior News & Features

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: 3 Mothers Share Their Experiences

Retrieved from BY NIKOLINA ILIC | MAR 4, 2022 Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) the leading non-genetic developmental disability in Australia, caused by drinking alcohol during

Sober, safer, and selfless: How AU learner Kira Dunlop created community in sobriety

It took Athabasca University (AU) learner Kira Dunlop nine years, four different schools, and getting sober to work towards earning her Bachelor of Commerce degree.

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