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Prenatal Alcohol Exposure and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: The Latest News

We’re here to provide a personal perspective, the latest recommendations, and the science-based facts about the risk of prenatal alcohol exposure.

We also maintain a Resource Directory of articles, research, training and other information. This directory also contains contact information for support services, programs and organizations related to FASD including health care providers and clinics.

Programs seek to help pregnant women with addictions

As the Deschutes County jail transport van crested the Cascades and descended toward Redmond, Michelle Winter felt heartbroken. Her son was nearly 5 years old, her daughter 2. They barely knew her. She had used drugs throughout their lives. She got high through both of her pregnancies. Her mother hadRead more

More pregnant women are using pot, study finds

More pregnant women seem to be using pot -- sometimes to ease the nausea of morning sickness or heightened anxiety -- and a new study suggests that this slight rise in marijuana use is most pronounced among those younger in age. The prevalence of marijuana use among a sample of moms-to-beRead more

Fighting alcoholism, bringing hope

Nearly four years ago, addiction specialist George Koob made one of his biggest life changes. At the age of 66, Koob took a leave of absence from The Scripps Research Institute to become the nation’s top scientist in treating and preventing alcoholism. As director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse andRead more

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