The Girls, Women, Alcohol, and Pregnancy Blog is 4 years old today!


Yes, that’s right, the Girls, Women, Alcohol, and Pregnancy blog is 4 years old today!

Thank you to everyone who reads our blog for your continuing support. There were over 40,000 visits from you lovely people from all over the world (as you can see in the map below).

Year 4 map

Just in case you’re interested, here are the top 10 most viewed posts since July 2013.

  1. Postcolonial Theory for Beginners
  2. Films from the Lililwan Project: Tristan and Marulu
  3. Pregnancy and Alcohol Brochure for Aboriginal Families
  4. Streetworks’ Supports for Homeless Pregnant Women project
  5. “Alcohol? Know Your Limit” campaign from Germany
  6. Alcohol Think Again Campaign in Western Australia
  7. Do concerns about alcohol use during pregnancy lead women to consider having an abortion?
  8. FASD Prevention in South Africa
  9. FASD Prevention in France
  10. Psychological distress and maternal drinking: exploring the context of risk for FASD

Here are some of my favorite posts for the year (based on newsworthiness, interest, and other unquantifiable factors).

  1. Honouring Our Strengths: Culture as Intervention in Addictions Treatment (June 5, 2014)
  2. How Men Can Help Prevent FASD (March 11, 2014)
  3. Impact Evaluation of the Healthy, Empowered and Resilient (H.E.R.) Pregnancy Program in Edmonton, Alberta (February 7, 2014)
  4. Cancer and Alcohol: Canada’s Low Risk Drinking Guidelines (January 27, 2014)
  5. Advice for Journalists Reporting on FASD (November 18, 2013)

This blog is an initiative of the Canada FASD Research Network. Learn more about our activities by visiting our website.

3 thoughts on “The Girls, Women, Alcohol, and Pregnancy Blog is 4 years old today!

  1. Congrats Tasnim on keeping us all so well informed both on the wide range of issues linked to FASD prevention – and also on world wide progress

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