National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (17 Nov 20200 NIAAA celebrates 50 years of advancing alcohol. To commemorate five decades of biomedical discovery in the alcohol and health field, NIAAA will host a virtual scientific symposium,“Alcohol Across the Lifespan: 50 Years of Evidence-Based Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment Research”on 30 November and 1 December The […]
News Medical Life Sciences (20 Nov 2020) Researchers highlight gap in effective mental health and substance use treatment options for people with FASD. Link to article here.
Olufunto A. Olusanya, Temitope Olokunlade, Matthew E. Rossheim, Kaylin Greene & Adam E. Barry (11 Nov 2020) Alcohol messages disseminated to pregnant women by midwives, The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, DOI: 10.1080/00952990.2020.1836187
NIAAA USA (2005-2012) Proceedings from ICCFASD Special Focus Workshops/Conferences. National Institute of Health USA
Gail Rosenblum (2 Oct 2020) ‘Minnesota’s Proof Alliance leader wants all pregnancies to be alcohol-free’. Research has shown since 1974 that alcohol during pregnancy harms a developing fetus, but she learned most people “did not have the facts.”
FASCETS Inc. Separate webinars for Parents & Carers and Professionals: Neurobehavioral Conditions including FASD: Understanding & Application of the FASCETS Brain-Based Approach. Registration link.https://fascets.org/registration/
Brian P Dunleavy (6 August 2020) CDC: 20% of U.S. women drink early in pregnancy. UPI Health
NIAAA (July 2020) Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. Latest research projects and resources. National Institute of Health USA.
Chris Melore (21 July 2020) Alarming survey: 1 in 4 young adults don’t know women shouldn’t drink while pregnant. Study Finds.
Schwartz B (2 March 2020) Late pregnancy alcohol exposure in West Virginia. (Based on their findings, the authors believe that prevalence of PAE in WV is much higher than previous studies had shown for the state. Many of the prior studies relied on self-reporting, which led to significant underestimating. The authors believe that the findings […]