Smoking and Alcohol Use During Pregnancy: Findings from the Canadian Community Health Survey

Overall, alcohol and tobacco are the most commonly used drugs during pregnancy in Canada. They are also the two drugs that can be the most

A Developmental Evaluation of an Innovative FASD Awareness and Prevention Initiative: FASD The Prevention Conversation

The FASD Prevention Conversation (FASD:PC) is an innovative, made-in-Alberta approach to FASD Prevention. It focuses on the unique role Healthcare Professionals and Social Service Providers

Alcohol use in first 3-4 weeks of pregnancy may lead to permanent brain changes in offspring

It is well established that consuming alcohol during pregnancy can cause harm to the fetus. Now, a new study finds that drinking alcohol as early

Children with FASD: A Little Alcohol is Simply Not worth the Risk

The vast majority of media coverage surrounding alcohol and pregnancy debates the question, “Is light drinking during pregnancy completely safe,” and the conclusion is not

Meconium Screening for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Pregnancy

Meconium Screening for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Pregnancy By: Sterling K. Clarren, MD, FAAP, Jocelynn L. Cook., PhD., MBA Canada Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

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