Alcohol Use and Co-Use of Other Substances Among Pregnant Females Aged 12–44 Years — United States, 2015–2018

England LJ, Bennett C, Denny CH, et al. Alcohol Use and Co-Use of Other Substances Among Pregnant Females Aged 12–44 Years — United States, 2015–2018.

CBC: Why some women are pushing back against alcohol and the wine-to-unwind culture

Melissa Mancini & Ioanna Roumeliotis · CBC News · Posted: Apr 10, 2021| Last Updated: April 10 Allison Garber says from the outside it looked like she had it

Harvard Health Publishing: Women, alcohol, and COVID-19

Dawn Sugarman, PhDContributor  Shelly Greenfield, MD, MPHContributor Excessive alcohol use is a common response to coping with stress. Alcohol use increased following the September 11th terrorist

Cape Breton Post: ‘There’s hope’: As pandemic sees increase in alcohol consumption, Nova Scotia women share stories of recovery from addiction

Amanda Jess (amandaleigh.jess@gmail.com) Becki Haltom was nine years old when she had her first drink of beer. She remembers her teenage babysitter offering it to her

Video: Updating Our Conversations About Alcohol and Substance Use

Updating Our Conversations About Alcohol and Other Substance Use: Nancy Poole and Lindsay Wolfson of the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health focus on being

Alcohol use during pregnancy: prevalence and patterns in selected Buffalo City areas, South Africa

Catriona I Macleod, Charles Young, Katlego Molokoe Abstract The high rate of foetal alcohol spectrum disorders, which results from alcohol consumption during pregnancy, is of

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