ACADEMIA Letters: Difficulties in Diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in the Judicial System

Devji, A., Johnson, P.A., Johnson, J.C., Singh, J., Mardon, A. (2021). Difficulties in Diagnosing FetalAlcohol Spectrum Disorder in the Judicial System. Academia Letters, Article 1158.https://doi.org/10.20935/AL1158.

Babygaga: Pregnant Woman’s Alcohol Use Influenced By Her Partner

BY ALEXANDRA SAKELLARIOU Retrieved from https://www.babygaga.com/pregnant-woman-alcohol-consumption-influenced-partner/ New research shows that partners have a direct influence on alcohol use and feelings of depression in pregnant women, which has

Global News: Edmonton court mixes law with psychology to find ‘meaningful resolutions’ for at-risk Albertans

By Allison Bench  Global News Edmonton’s Mental Health Court is more important than ever as many Albertans face mental hardships amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “It gives us a

Calgary journal: Data shows Alberta youth under 5 receiving government care are at greater risk of dying

by EMME LARKINS and CASSIE HEARN Delonna Sullivan, a four-month-old infant, was placed in foster care in Edmonton on April 6, 2011, for what should have been a

British Columbia Gov News: Minister’s statement on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder report

Mitzi Dean, Minister of Children and Family Development, has issued the following statement in response to the April 15, 2021, report from the representative for

ABC Kimberley: Researchers return to find out fate of children involved in landmark FASD study

By Erin Parke and Tyne Logan Ten years after a groundbreaking study revealed record-high rates of FASD in outback Australia, researchers have returned to the Kimberley to see

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