Prevalence of Alcohol and Tobacco Use and Perceptions Regarding Prenatal Care among Pregnant Brazilian Women, 2017 to 2018: A Mixed-Methods Study

Bianchini, B.V., Maroneze, M.C., Timm, M.S. et al. Prevalence of Alcohol and Tobacco Use and Perceptions Regarding Prenatal Care among Pregnant Brazilian Women, 2017 to 2018: A

Co-use of alcohol, tobacco, and licit and illicit controlled substances among pregnant and non-pregnant women in the United States: Findings from 2006-2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) data

Author:  Danya M. Qato,Chengchen Zhang,Aakash Bipin Gandhi,Linda Simoni-Wastila,Victoria H. Coleman-Cowger Publication:  Drug and Alcohol Dependence Publisher:  Elsevier Date:  Available online 10 November 2019 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2019.107729 Highlights • Alcohol, cannabis, tobacco,

Linking cannabis use with alcohol and tobacco

Because alcohol and tobacco have long been legal substances, there is a lot of evidence about their use during the preconception, pregnancy and perinatal periods.

Health Canada Releases Latest Federal Data on Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Use – Results point to the need for continued work to help Canadians lead healthier lives

News release October 30, 2018 – Ottawa, ON – Health Canada Problematic substance use has a very real impact on the lives of Canadians, their

Resources: Sex, Gender, Tobacco

Sex-related factors affect the biological responses to tobacco use and treatments, and gendered factors such as social, cultural and economic norms, relationships and opportunities affect