Alcohol Use and Co-Use of Other Substances Among Pregnant Females Aged 12–44 Years — United States, 2015–2018

England LJ, Bennett C, Denny CH, et al. Alcohol Use and Co-Use of Other Substances Among Pregnant Females Aged 12–44 Years — United States, 2015–2018.

Substance use, mental health and dual disorders on pregnancy: results of prevalence and treatment rates in a developed country.

Carmona Camacho R, López Carpintero N, Barrigón ML, et al. Substance use, mental health and dual disorders on pregnancy: results of prevalence and treatment rates

Substance Use and Use Disorders in Pregnancy in Two Cultural Contexts: The United States and Afghanistan

Elisabeth Johnson, Abdul Subor Momand Hendree E. Jones https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190632366.013.187 Summary Women in all countries use substances, and for some women, such use continues during pregnancy.

“The Problem Is that We Hear a Bit of Everything…”: A Qualitative Systematic Review of Factors Associated with Alcohol Use, Reduction, and Abstinence in Pregnancy

Lyall V, Wolfson L, Reid N, Poole N, Moritz KM, Egert S, Browne AJ, Askew DA. “The Problem Is that We Hear a Bit of

Two screening instruments for collecting alcohol‐related information from expectant mothers and fathers: Testing the reliability of the Parent Alcohol Screening Questionnaire and the Social Support for an Alcohol‐Free Pregnancy Questionnaire

Hjördis Högberg, Petra Pålsson, Fredrik Spak, Margareta Larsson, Michael B. Wells https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.13303 What is known about this topic Consuming alcohol during pregnancy increases the risk

The importance of adverse childhood experiences during the perinatal period

Osofsky, J. D., Osofsky, H. J., Frazer, A. L., Fields-Olivieri, M. A., Many, M., Selby, M., Holman, S., & Conrad, E. (2021). The importance of

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