Racial/ethnic variations in alcohol and cigarette use by pregnancy status among 20 to 44-year-old women, NHANES 2001–2018

Abstract Objectives: This study examines alcohol consumption and smoking behaviors by pregnancy status and race/ethnicity in order to inform improved interventions designed to assist women

International FASD Prevention Seminar Series

Research about preventing FASD is advancing across the globe. In 2022, CanFASD sponsored a five-part seminar series that brought together 14 researchers from around the

Effectiveness of brief alcohol interventions for pregnant women: A systematic literature review and meta-analysis

AbstractBackgroundPrenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) can result in a range of adverse neonatal outcomes, including Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). This systematic review and meta-analysis sought

“You still have that fear”: Policy constraints on informed decision making about legalized cannabis use during pregnancy and lactation

Faith English, Devon Greyson, “You still have that fear”: Policy constraints on informed decision making about legalized cannabis use during pregnancy and lactation, International Journal

Preconception risk factors and health care needs of pregnancy-planning women and men with a lifetime history or current mental illness: A nationwide survey

Article Source: Preconception risk factors and health care needs of pregnancy-planning women and men with a lifetime history or current mental illness: A nationwide survey Dennis CL,

CanFASD: Building Connections Improving FASD Awareness Across Canada

FASD Day and FASD Month is a great opportunity to bring attention to FASD nationally and internationally. But we need a united front to get

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