CBC: Why some women are pushing back against alcohol and the wine-to-unwind culture

Melissa Mancini & Ioanna Roumeliotis · CBC News · Posted: Apr 10, 2021| Last Updated: April 10 Allison Garber says from the outside it looked like she had it

COVID-19 shows us why Canada needs a federal alcohol act

by Laura J. Kennedy,  Noel Guscott (Retrieved from https://policyoptions.irpp.org/magazines/april-2021/covid-19-shows-us-why-canada-needs-a-federal-alcohol-act/) The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed to us the things we see as essential: vaccines, toilet paper, and

Substance use, mental health and dual disorders on pregnancy: results of prevalence and treatment rates in a developed country.

Carmona Camacho R, López Carpintero N, Barrigón ML, et al. Substance use, mental health and dual disorders on pregnancy: results of prevalence and treatment rates

Harvard Health Publishing: Women, alcohol, and COVID-19

Dawn Sugarman, PhDContributor  Shelly Greenfield, MD, MPHContributor Excessive alcohol use is a common response to coping with stress. Alcohol use increased following the September 11th terrorist

Substance Use and Use Disorders in Pregnancy in Two Cultural Contexts: The United States and Afghanistan

Elisabeth Johnson, Abdul Subor Momand Hendree E. Jones https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190632366.013.187 Summary Women in all countries use substances, and for some women, such use continues during pregnancy.

Cape Breton Post: ‘There’s hope’: As pandemic sees increase in alcohol consumption, Nova Scotia women share stories of recovery from addiction

Amanda Jess (amandaleigh.jess@gmail.com) Becki Haltom was nine years old when she had her first drink of beer. She remembers her teenage babysitter offering it to her

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