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

New study suggests drinking guidelines be reduced to maximum one a day

WENCY LEUNG – HEALTH REPORTER, The Globe and Mail People who adhere to Canada’s guidelines for low-risk drinking are still vulnerable to alcohol-related cancers and

COVID-19 Q&As: Rachel Rabin on coping with addiction during the pandemic

“This new normal, and all the uncertainty that comes with it may elicit feelings of stress, depression, loneliness, anger and anxiety… which are prominent risk

Editorial: How Should We Regulate the Way Young People Are Introduced to Alcohol?

Tina Lam Ph.D. Globally, alcohol is the leading risk factor for death and disability in the population aged 15–49 years, accounting for almost 10% of

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