Mirage News Resounding yes to message on a bottle – global study finds broad support for alcohol warning labels (19 June 2020) Simone Pettigrew from the George Institute commented on the research findings from a 7 countries – 68 percent of Australians and 67 percent of New Zealanders surveyed are in favour – come at […]
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Wozniak, J.R., Fink, B.A., Fuglestad, A.J. et al. (12 March 2020) Four-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial of choline for neurodevelopment in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Journal of Developmental Disorders.
S. Stevens, N. Anstice, A. Cooper, L. Goodman, J. Rogers, T.A. Wouldes (6 March 2020) Multiple Tools Are Needed for the Detection of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure: Findings From a Community Antenatal Setting. Alcoholism Clinical & Experimental Research.
Phong Dong (27 Feb 2020) New alcohol decree requires beer establishments to display health warnings. Bars and restaurants selling beer and other beverages with alcohol content of 15 percent or below have to display health warnings under new legal provisions. Under the decree guiding the new Law on Preventing Alcohol’s Harmful Effects that came into effect […]
Roberts, Sarah C. M. DrPH; Mericle, Amy A. PhD; Subbaraman, Meenakshi S. PhD, MS; Thomas, Sue PhD; Kerr, William PhD; Berglas, Nancy F. DrPH ‘Variations by Education Status in Relationships Between Alcohol/Pregnancy Policies and Birth Outcomes and Prenatal Care Utilization: A Legal Epidemiology Study. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice’. March/April 2020 – Volume 26 – Issue – p […]
Prague Morning. (3 Feb 2020) One in Seven Czechs Adults is Alcoholic Study Says. The average Czech drinks 14.4 liters of pure alcohol a year, which is twice as much as the global average with Czech men consuming four times more alcohol than women, according to a poll conducted by leading research agency MEDIAN for […]
Maani N Dr & Pettigrew M Prof. (14 January 2020) Alcohol industry and health information. Opinion piece in The Irish Times
Gyllencreutz E, et al. (January 2020) Ophthalmological findings in fetal alcohol spectrum disorders – A cohort study from childhood to adulthood. The most common refractive error was astigmatism. In children with FASD, ophthalmological findings like refractive errors, strabismus, and fundus abnormalities are frequent and continue into early adulthood. The characteristic facial features of FAS diminish […]
Public Health (November 2019) ‘Foetal disorder research set to be ‘best data in UK’ National Health Executive.
McKetta S, Keyes KM (2019) Heavy and binge alcohol drinking and parenting status in the United States from 2006 to 2018: An analysis of nationally representative cross-sectional surveys. PLOS Medicine 16(11)