Beaumont A (Feb 2019) ‘Rates of hazardous alcohol consumption climb in females aged 30-to-50 years old’. The Flinders News
The Mayo Clinic (July 2017) ‘Fetal development: The 3rd trimester.’ Fetal development continues during the third trimester. Your baby will open his or her eyes, gain more weight, and prepare for delivery.
Jane Gilmore (Feb 11 2019) ‘Terrorism is rare, but intimate partner violence is an everyday event’. Sydney Morning Herald
Healthy Child Manitoba: Every Day is an Adventure: What Parents and Caregivers Need to Know About Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
VIDEO: University of Washington (Jan 16 2019) ‘UW researcher on fetal alcohol syndrome study’. Dr. Susan Astley, professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine, discusses a new study that suggests there is no safe amount of alcohol to consume during pregnancy, because the risk of birth defects depends not just on […]
Inserm (Feb 11 2019) ‘Fetal Alcohol Exposure: an Unexpected Organ on the Scene.’ France. A team from Rouen has shown that the placenta constitutes a formidable witness of the neurodevelopmental disorders in children exposed to alcohol during pregnancy. It contains a new biomarker that makes it possible to identify abnormalities in brain angiogenesis.
Goldschmidt L, Richardson GA, De Genna NM, Cornelius MD, Day NL (Jan-Feb 2019) ‘Prenatal alcohol exposure and offspring alcohol use and misuse at 22 years of age: A prospective longitudinal study.’ Neurotoxicology and Teratology Volume 71, January–February 2019, Pages 1-5
Ciara M E Reynolds, Brendan Egan, Niamh Daly, Aiofe McKeating, Sharon R Sheehan & Michael J Turner (Feb 13 2019 ‘The interaction between maternal smoking, illicit drug use and alcohol consumption associated with neonatal outcomes’ Journal of Public Health,
Liotta M (Feb 9 2019) ‘Community-led solutions vital in addressing youth suicide.’ News GP RACGP In the interview, Ken Wyatt stated: ‘This report must not join the other reports into Aboriginal wellbeing delivered over the last 15 years that simply sit and gather dust – this report must lead a paradigm shift that leads to […]
FASD Network of Southern California Caregiver Burnout If you are providing care to a loved one with FASD, chances are that you will experience at least one of the stages of caregiver burnout at some point.