Study shows pandemic affecting Canadians’ consumption of alcohol and cannabis

Young adults draw caution from Red Cross, CCSA  Latest results from an ongoing Pan Canadian study by the Canadian Red Cross suggest a portion of

Brief Intervention for Prenatal Alcohol Use: A Randomized Trial

Clinical Trial, Obstet Gynecol 2005 May;105(5 Pt 1):991-8 DOI: 10.1097/01.AOG.0000157109.05453.84 Grace Chang, Tay K McNamara, E John Orav, Danielle Koby, Alyson Lavigne, Barbara Ludman, Nori Ann Vincitorio, Louise Wilkins-Haug Abstract Objective: To test

Framing our messaging to women who access mobile apps and online content during pregnancy

Women are increasingly accessing pregnancy applications (‘apps’) as a primary source of information about health changes in pregnancy and fetal development. Pregnancy apps have features

Integrating Sex and Gender Informed Evidence Into Your Practices: Ten Key Questions on Sex, Gender & Substance Use

Click here to download the handbook. Substance use is a complex issue, with many causes and manifestations. It ranges from nonproblematic use to addiction and

Commentary: Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are more common than we think

My experience in both women’s health/prenatal care and the field of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) gives me a unique perspective on a group of

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