University of Sydney: Low-level alcohol use during pregnancy can impact child’s brain development

New research from the University of Sydney finds that even low levels of alcohol consumption during pregnancy can have an impact on a child’s brain

England Plans To Record Pregnant Women Drinking & Sparks Backlash

England announced its controversial decision to record pregnant women drinking, and it’s sparked privacy concerns across the globe. BY AMANDA FERRIS British moms and pregnancy

Week-by-week Alcohol Use and Pregnancy Risk

Prospective study pinpoints miscarriage risk in early pregnancy. Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers have successfully quantified the increased risk of miscarriage associated with alcohol use

Lorraine Greaves and Nancy Poole: Sex, booze and the three of you

Author of the article: Nancy Poole, Lorraine Greaves Conceiving a baby and drinking alcohol? Not a great idea. Almost half of Canadian pregnancies are truly

Multi-service prevention programs for pregnant and parenting women with substance use and multiple vulnerabilities: Program structure and clients’ perspectives on wraparound programming

Deborah Rutman, Carol Hubberstey, Nancy Poole, Rose A. Schmidt and Marilyn Van Bibber Abstract Background: In Canada, several community-based, multi-service programs aimed at reaching vulnerable

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