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Join FASD United and Others for #WorldBDay on Twitter

 

Don’t forget to tune in on March 3rd at 11 am ET for the global, bilingual #WorldBDday Twitter Chat.  Join the discussion by multiple lead organizations as we discuss the importance of prevent birth defects, including FASD!

To join, click here.

 

#PROOFALLIANCENC  #ALCOHOLANDPREGNANCY  #PREVENTFASD  #FASDMATTERS  #FASDUnited  #FASDSupport #FASDHOPE #NCFASDINFORMED

 

 

 

Prenatal Alcohol Exposure And Mental Health At Midlife

 “Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (PAE) is associated with greater rates of mental health disorders in middle adulthood. These outcomes appear to result from multiple stressors that affect individuals made vulnerable by their early alcohol exposure.”

- Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research

 

Click here to learn more!

#PROOFALLIANCENC  #ALCOHOLANDPREGNANCY  #PREVENTFASD  #FASDMATTERS  #FASDUnited  #FASDSupport #FASDHOPE #NCFASDINFORMED

 

 

 

Dad’s Alcohol Use Can Affect Fetal Development, Mice Study Shows

 

“In mice, offspring of fathers exposed to alcohol have a number of placenta-related difficulties, including increased fetal growth restriction.”

To read more about this study, click HERE

 

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Brainfood webinar - Dr Jeff Wozniak - Choline and FASD

 

 Be sure the tune-in to this upcoming webinar on February 24th, 1-2 pm GMT, when Dr. Jeff Wozniak talks about the impact of the herbal supplement Choline and FASD.

To sign-up for the webinar, click HERE.

 

#PROOFALLIANCENC  #ALCOHOLANDPREGNANCY  #PREVENTFASD  #FASDMATTERS  #FASDUnited  #FASDSupport #FASDHOPE #NCFASDINFORMED

 

 

 

Prenatal Substance Exposure Panel - Webinar on January 6th (2)

 

 Jan. 6, 2022. 3 pm Eastern Time!


Please join Jenn Wisdahl of FASD United and Wonderland Child & Family Services’ Chief Program Officer Michelle Stiller Bradley and a panel of experts for an informative webinar about prenatal substance exposure.

Click HERE, to register!

#PROOFALLIANCENC  #ALCOHOLANDPREGNANCY  #PREVENTFASD  #FASDMATTERS  #FASDUnited  #FASDSupport #FASDHOPE #NCFASDINFORMED

 

 

 

Viewpoint: Criminalizing Young Women Is Not the Way to Improve Birth Outcomes

 

Dr. Katherine C. Arnold writes, “I am committed to evidence-based, compassionate care that improves the health and well-being of Oklahoma’s mothers and children. 

Using the criminal justice system in an attempt to control behaviors during pregnancy is counterproductive and cruel.”

Red more, HERE!

 

 

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