Reducing harms related to alcohol use in pregnancy: policy and practice recommendations

Amy Finlay-Jones
The widespread use of alcohol during pregnancy is a significant public health concern in Australia. Prenatal exposure to alcohol, caused by maternal alcohol use in pregnancy, increases the risk of miscarriage, stillbirth, and FASD. Individuals living with FASD experience lifelong neurodevelopmental impairments across a range of areas, and are at increased risk of secondary disabilities, including mental illness, disengagement from education and the workforce, and contact with the justice system.Despite National Health and Medical Research...
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