“A Window of Opportunity”: Parenting and Addiction in the Context of Pregnancy

Flykt, M.S., Salo, S. & Pajulo, M. “A Window of Opportunity”: Parenting and Addiction in the Context of Pregnancy. Curr Addict Rep (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40429-021-00394-4 Abstract Purpose of

Characterizing the role of early alcohol re‐exposure in associations of prenatal alcohol exposure with adolescent alcohol outcomes

Zaso, M.J., Youngentob, S.L. and Park, A. (2021), Characterizing the role of early alcohol re‐exposure in associations of prenatal alcohol exposure with adolescent alcohol outcomes.

Editorial: Lifetime perspective on alcohol and brain health

BMJ 2020; 371 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.m4691 Louise Mewton, Briana Lees, Rahul Tony Rao Harm prevention policies must take the long view The maintenance of brain health is central to health

CanFASD Article Summary: Prenatal Alcohol Screening During Pregnancy by Midwives and Nurses

In order to prevent FASD, it is important for professionals who work with pregnant women, such as midwives and nurses, to properly screen for alcohol

Why does prenatal alcohol exposure increase the likelihood of addiction?

One of the many negative consequences when fetuses are exposed to alcohol in the womb is an increased risk for drug addiction later in life.

Study reinforces avoiding alcohol while pregnant

Study reinforces avoiding alcohol while pregnant By David Templeton / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Complete avoidance of alcohol during pregnancy is necessary to prevent alcohol-related birth defects,