BioSpace (24 July 2019) ‘Government of Canada supports projects to address and prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Canada’. Source: PHAC
Author: Vicki Russell
Leslie Young (2019) ‘Women, young adults visiting the ER for alcohol-related issues in growing numbers.’ Global News VIDEO m
The Guardian (18 July 2019) ‘Aboriginal woman wins battle to keep baby after six court appearances’.
Kate Kyle (July 2019) Yellowknife, Canada. ‘You’re not alone: New program helps foster kids with FASD prepare for life on their own’. CBC News
World Health Organisation (July 2019) ‘10 areas governments could work with to reduce the harmful use of alcohol’. Each year 3 million lives are lost due to harmful use of alcohol. The WHO global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol seeks to improve the health and social outcomes for individuals, families and communities, […]
Katherine Gammon (10 July 2019) ‘Study probes effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on brain development’. Researchers have long known that babies born to mothers who drank heavily while pregnant have impairments. Now, an innovative study will test their sensory processing — in a community where drinking while pregnant is socially acceptable. University of Southern Carolina.
Sarah C.M. Roberts, Nancy F. Berglas, Meenakshi S. Subbaraman, Amy Mericle, Sue Thomas, William C. Kerr (August 2019) ‘Racial differences in the relationship between alcohol/pregnancy policies and birth outcomes and prenatal care utilization: A legal epidemiology study’. Drug and Alcohol Dependence Vol. 201, August 2019, pp 242-252.
Let’s Talk FASDak (30 June 2019) ‘Living with FASD: I’m going to have this for the rest of my life’. Anchorage Daily News.
Svetlana Popova, Shannon Lange, Vladimir Poznyak, Albert E. Chudley, Kevin D. Shield, James N. Reynolds, Margaret Murray and Jürgen Rehm (July 2019) ‘Population-based prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in Canada’. BMC Public Health Open Access.
Australian Conference for Neurodevelopmental Disorders (ACND2019) from September 19th – 21st 2019.