Global News: First of its kind database aims to reveal how FASD affects Canadians

By David Baxter Reporter  Global News The Canada FASD Research Network has developed a first of its kind database to track the disorder. Saskatchewan, like other

SUBSTANCE USE AFFECTS MORE THAN CANADIANS’ HEALTH. IT ALSO HAS A BIG IMPACT ON OUR ECONOMY.

In a new study by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction and the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research, it is estimated that

Two per cent of GTA students likely have fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, new CAMH study shows

NEWS PROVIDED BY Centre for Addiction and Mental Health TORONTO, April 10, 2018 /CNW/ – Two to three per cent of children in the Greater

Canada’s Low-Risk Drinking Guidelines

For the first time ever, Canada has one set of low-risk alcohol drinking guidelines for the entire country. Developed for Canadians of legal drinking age

New Alcohol Drinking Guide Stresses Moderation

Canada’s new alcohol drinking recommendations aim to help guide people in how much to consume and they encourage moderation. The new guidelines from the National

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