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

CCSA: More than 1 in 5 Canadians who drink alcohol and have been staying at home more have been drinking once a day since the beginning of May

OTTAWA, June 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 20% of Canadians who drink alcohol and have been staying at home more due to the COVID-19 pandemic say they

The Effects of Alcohol Warning Labels on Population Alcohol Consumption: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis of Alcohol Sales in Yukon, Canada

JINHUI ZHAO, PH.D., TIM STOCKWELL, PH.D., KATE VALLANCE, M.A., & ERIN HOBIN, PH.D. ABSTRACT. Objective: There is limited evidence that alcohol warning labels (AWLs) affect

Opportunities for enhancing pregnancy planning and preconception health behaviours of Australian women

Adina Y.Lang, Cheryce L.Harrison, GeraldineBarrett, Jennifer A.Hall, Lisa J.Moran, Jacqueline A.Boyle Abstract Problem and background The preconception period provides a significant opportunity to engage

As products make light of drinking by women, alcohol-related deaths in women on the rise

ST. LOUIS — “Women love wine.” You’ve heard it so many times that it sounds like fact, right? Well that very idea is getting some

CanFASD: Mothers’ Experiences of Stigma: Multi-Level Ideas for Action

KEY MESSAGES Women who use substances in pregnancy and/or have children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) are highly stigmatized by the media, public, and

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