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.
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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.
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 […]
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)
Reid N, Akison LK, Hoy W & Moritz KM. ‘Adverse Health Outcomes Associated With Fetal Alcohol Exposure: A Systematic Review Focused on Cardio–Renal Outcomes’. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs / September 2019
Greenmeyer J, Popova S, Glug, M & Burd L ‘Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: a systematic review of the cost of and savings from prevention in the United States and Canada’. Addiction. doi: 10.1002/add.14841 The literature on the costs of and savings from prevention of Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) was reviewed and a model for […]
University of Queensland News (16 October 2019) ‘Researcher to study Canada’s success in preventing fetal alcohol spectrum disorder‘. Associate Professor Deborah Askew’s newly awarded Churchill Fellowship will allow her to learn from urban First Nations communities in Canada and Alaska about how they have successfully reduced rates of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).
Bradley Carlson (15 October 2019) Wisconsin Second In US For Binge Drinking Rate, Study Finds’. The Burden Of Binge Drinking’ Points To Economic, Health And Social Consequences Of A High Binge Drinking Rate.
University of Queensland News (9 October 2019) Study in rats suggests special occasion drinking during pregnancy may cause harm. University of Queensland.