Webinar: Braiding Together Indigenous Wellness, Trauma and Gender-Informed Approaches into the Substance Use Field
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During pregnancy, everything you eat, drink, or take into your body affects you and your growing baby (fetus). Pregnant women often need to make changes to have a healthy pregnancy, such as eating better or exercising. But one of the most important things you can do when you are pregnant is to avoid alcohol and drugs.
Alcohol and drugs can cause problems for you during your pregnancy and when it is time for your baby to be born. They can also affect your baby both before and after he or she is born. They can:
- Affect your baby’s size.
- Affect how your baby’s heart, lungs, and brain work.
- Cause lifelong learning, emotional, and physical problems for your child.
Using alcohol and illegal drugs is not safe for you or your baby.
If you use alcohol or drugs, the best time to stop is before you get pregnant. But…
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The FASD Network is excited to announce that Donna Debolt will be back in Grande Prairie to offer her two day FASD Training October 16-17
Click this link for registration http://www.fasdtraining.com/