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McBride, Nyanda and Johnson, Sophia . (2016) Fathers and alcohol. Implications for preconception, pregnancy, infant and childhood health outcomes. Sydney: NDARC, NDRI, NCETA. Drug and Alcohol Research Connections (October 2016)

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Alcohol consumption during preconception and pregnancy is generally considered to be the prospective mother’s responsibility, with many current international alcohol policy guidelines recommending the reduction or non-use of alcohol by pregnant women. However, research suggests that decisions about alcohol use can often be influenced by others, in particular the prospective father.


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