Association of Pregnancy Intentions With Substance Use During Early Pregnancy

Young-Wolff KC, Slama N, Sarovar V, et al. Association of Pregnancy Intentions With Substance Use During Early Pregnancy. Journal of Addiction Medicine. 2021 Feb. DOI:

A Gender Perspective of Addictive Disorders

Fonseca, F., Robles-Martínez, M., Tirado-Muñoz, J. et al. A Gender Perspective of Addictive Disorders. Curr Addict Rep (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40429-021-00357- Abstract Purpose of Review Substance use disorders (SUD) affect differentially

Barriers and enablers of implementation of alcohol guidelines with pregnant women: a cross-sectional survey among UK midwives

Smith, L.A., Dyson, J., Watson, J. et al. Barriers and enablers of implementation of alcohol guidelines with pregnant women: a cross-sectional survey among UK midwives. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 21, 134

“It’s ignorant stereotypes”: Key stakeholder perspectives on stereotypes associated with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, alcohol, and pregnancy

John Aspler, Aline Bogossian & Eric Racine (2021) “It’s ignorant stereotypes”: Key stakeholder perspectives on stereotypes associated with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, alcohol, and pregnancy, Journal of Intellectual

MEDICAL XPRESS: RESEARCHERS FIND A MORE ACCURATE METHOD TO GAUGE PRENATAL ALCOHOL USE

by University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center When health researchers ask pregnant women about their alcohol use, expectant women may underreport their drinking, hampering

Depression, anxiety spur pandemic alcohol consumption

Written by Robby Berman on January 29, 2021 — Fact checked by Alexandra Sanfins, Ph.D. A new study finds that depression and anxiety contribute to increased drinking during the pandemic.

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