Cannabis use during pregnancy: poorer neonatal outcomes

CONTINUING to use cannabis during pregnancy is an independent risk factor for poorer neonatal outcomes, according to the authors of research published by the Medical Journal of

Parental perceptions and patterns of cannabis use during pregnancy and breastfeeding at a Canadian tertiary obstetrics centre

Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada Volume 42, Issue 5, May 2020, Page 681 SarahManning, AnneDrover Objectives On October 17th, 2018, recreational cannabis use became legalized

CanFASD: Putting evidence in women’s hands – alcohol and cannabis use when breastfeeding

Two updated resources are available about alcohol and breastfeeding: a research update from CanFASD Alcohol and Breastfeeding and a brochure from Best Start  Mixing Alcohol and Breastfeeding.  They

Are you pregnant, considering pregnancy, or breastfeeding? Do you know that the use of cannabis may not be safe for your baby?

  With the legalization of cannabis in Canada, being aware of the potentially harmful effects of cannabis on a healthy pregnancy and your baby’s development

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