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New materials on alcohol use during pregnancy and FASDs
Print and electronic materials are now available to help you promote alcohol-free pregnancies to women in your communities. Click here to order and download!
This free app is a way for users to access the latest information related to alcohol use during pregnancy and FASDs directly from an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. From women planning a pregnancy to health care providers to families and educators, this app helps users easily find and share the latest in the prevention, recognition, and treatment of FASDs. To download the FASD app, visit the Apple App store from your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad and search for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders or CDC.
QuantiaMD provides free continuing education opportunities to physicians. This presentation by Dr. Lela McKnight-Eily highlights findings from the CDC 2014 Vital Signs report, Communication Between Health Professionals and Their Patients About Alcohol Use — 44 States and the District of Columbia, 2011 and key aspects of alcohol screening and brief intervention.
Medscape Video Alcohol and Women: How to Screen and Intervene
In this CDC Expert Commentary in partnership with Medscape, Dr. Joe Sniezek discusses steps health care providers can take to detect and intervene with women who drink alcohol at risky levels. Advice is based on guidance from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
CDC’s Elizabeth Dang discusses the risks of alcohol use during pregnancy and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
CDC’s Elizabeth Dang discusses fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and the importance of not drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
The Story of Iyal
This video tells the story of one family living with FASDs. Every family has unique experiences, challenges, and successes. The intent of this video is not to endorse specific interventions, but to share one family's story and hope.
Avoiding Alcohol During Pregnancy (A Cup of Health with CDC)
If you’re pregnant or might get pregnant, you can begin taking care of your child long before birth. Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can have permanent negative health effects on your developing child. In this podcast, Claire Marchetta discusses the importance of avoiding alcohol use during pregnancy.
Avoiding Alcohol During Pregnancy (A Minute of Health with CDC)
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can have permanent negative health effects on your developing baby. This podcast discusses fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
The Story of Iyal
In this podcast, a mother tells her compelling story about a family living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
Don't Drink and Deliver (A Cup of Health with CDC)
Healthy behaviors before and during pregnancy play a key role in the ultimate outcome of a pregnancy; one of the greatest dangers to an unborn child is alcohol. In this podcast, Dr. Clark Denny discusses the importance of women abstaining from alcohol during pregnancy.
Alcohol and Pregnancy Don't Mix
This podcast discusses the dangers of consuming alcohol during pregnancy.
Put Down That Drink if You Are Pregnant (or Trying to Be)!
This podcast discusses the danger of drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
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Alcohol Use During Pregnancy Quiz
Help spread the word about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. To add the quiz, copy the code below the widget and paste it into your Web page.
Alcohol Use During Pregnancy
Help spread the word about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and how to prevent them!
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- Page last reviewed: December 8, 2014
- Page last updated: December 8, 2014
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