UNM Health Sciences Center – UNM’s New Mexico Alcohol Research Center Receives $7.3 million in Grant Funding to Study Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
The New Mexico Alcohol Research Center (NMARC) at The University of New Mexico Health Sciences has received a five-year, $7.3 million extension of its National Institutes of Health program grant, supporting the center’s ongoing study of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD).

ITVX (UK) – Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: ‘Why ignorance about my condition stops me from getting a job’
A young woman from Wolverhampton who has applied for around 100 jobs with no success is calling for more support for disabled people who want to work.

Aussiedlerbote  – Heavy drinking endangers spouses, offspring, and work associates
Alcohol consumption poses risks not only for the individuals drinking it, but also for those around them, including children, partners, and co-workers, according to addiction experts.

FASD-CAN (New Zealand) – FASD-CAN Report: life with – or without DSS
Caregivers, parents and whānau of tamariki and young people with FASD are ‘doing it tough’ without access to Disability Support Services according to our survey – and those who do have it live in fear of losing it.

CanFASD (Canada) – Decolonization: what is CanFASD doing?
This month’s roundtable meeting saw our team gather to unpack the topic of decolonization. The meeting included our Board of Directors, Staff, Research Leads, Family Advisory Committee and Adults with FASD Expert Collaboration Team.

La Trobe University – Study shows how excessive drinking affects others
A new study published in Addiction journal shows around a fifth of adult Australians reported harm from the excessive drinking of people they know, and investigates its impacts on family, friends, and colleagues.