Supportive alcohol policy as a key element of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder prevention

Lindsay Wolfson and Nancy Poole, Women’s HealthVolume 19: 1–10DOI: 10.1177/17455057231151838 AbstractIn Canada, a Four-Part Model of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Prevention has been developed

Heavy prenatal alcohol exposure and obstetric and birth outcomes: a Danish nationwide cohort study from 1996 to 2018

Bibliographic Details DOI 10.1016/s2468-2667(22)00263-8;;; Marcella Broccia; Bo Mølholm Hansen; Julie Marie Winckler; Thomas Larsen; Katrine Strandberg-Larsen; Christian Torp-Pedersen; Ulrik Schiøler Kesmodel Summary Background Heavy

WHAT’S NEW? Looking At the Last Five Years in FASD Research

Ever wonder, what’s new in FASD Research? Below is a look at the last five years. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: The Importance of Adopting a

Developing an FASD Health Promotion Social Media Campaign Using Community-Based Participatory Peer Review: Notes From Atlantic Canada

AbstractIntroduction: Health promotion awareness activities by health agencies, such as those by the Public Health Agency of Canada, aim to increase health literacy, often using

Substance Use Treatment in FASD Populations

This webinar recording provides an overview of the Substance Use and Addictions in FASD Populations study, detailing the results and outcome of the project. An

Neuroscience News: Drinking During Pregnancy Changes Baby’s Brain Structure

Summary: Pregnant women who drink small-to-moderate amounts of alcohol during pregnancy risk altering their baby’s brain structure and delaying brain development. Source: RSNA Co-authors are Marlene Stuempflen,

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