“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

Adult neurogenesis may hold clues for more effective treatment of alcoholism

Amsterdam, NL, February 10, 2021 – Neuroplasticity, the remarkable ability of the brain to modify and reorganize itself, is affected by or in response to

IDENTIFYING BEST PRACTICES FOR FASD PREVENTION, INTERVENTION, AND SUPPORT

More and more online opportunities for professional development are popping up in our increasingly virtual environment. Although there are lots of courses out there for

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

Preconception Care to Optimize Health

Harm reduction and health promotion for women and their partners before conception are key to FASD prevention [1]. Providing health information and supports during the

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