California Postpartum Nurse, Michelle Gershman, RN, exposes the callous indifference of her hospital administrator to unexplained spikes in babies in the NICU and cases of fetal demise, since the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.
You won't want to miss this vulnerable and heartfelt episode. This week cohost Augustine Colebrook is joined by longtime friend Shari Long Romero, DNP, CNM, CPC, CPRC, to discuss her journey through midwifery and self-discovery. She shares how her experience with trauma and addiction brought her to midwifery, away from it, and back again."In that recovery process, those long years I took to really help myself figure out that that unmanageable life had so little to do with drugs or alcohol. It had nothing to do with that. It had everything to do with... how do I see myself? How do I truly... how am I midwifing me?"
Obstetrician, Dr. James Thorp, and Postpartum Nurse, Michelle Gershman, speak out about unprecedented elevation of reproductive and pregnancy complications that have been reported that directly coincide with the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.
In this week's episode we discuss the role of allogeneic transplant in adult patients with Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia. In a retrospective study, transplant provided no survival benefit in patients with rapid and deep responses to induction therapy that included BCR-ABL1 inhibitors. Up next, we discuss the evidence for an increased risk of ventricular arrythmias with use of acalabrutinib, which has emerged as a class effect of Bruton tyrosine kinase inhibitors. Lastly, we examine a novel, alloantigen-specific model to test the efficacy of a prophylactic treatment strategy for preventing fetal/neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia.
Teka Adams was spending her days wandering the streets homeless, until one day she decided to turn her life around. Things were looking up for her with her new family and a baby on the way, however her dream would soon turn into a nightmare as someone had their eye on her baby. MERCH:https://www.redbubble.com/people/wickedandgrim/shop?asc=uPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/wickedandgrim?fan_landing=true Facebook:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi-FlYL8kcY0SXb8pZkkZjgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/wickedandgrim/ Instagram:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wickedandgrim/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/wickedandgrimWebsite: https://www.wickedandgrim.com/ Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
An intelligent and mentally ill thirty-two year old woman murders a beautiful, vibrant twenty-two year old pregnant woman. It would be a nightmare for her family as they looked for her and the baby.Recorded with a sold out live audience at Atypical Brewery & Barrelworks in Minot, ND. Sponsored in part by:Premier ChiropracticEpisode title submitted by: Stuart HammerSupport the show
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This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Augustine Colebrook is joined by Dr. Stu himself to dive into why Obstetrics as a whole is in deep trouble. They discuss what he would tell a doctor coming into medicine now, what has changed in medicine over the past 20-40 years, and what he would change from his career given the chance.Show Resources-Reteach Breech-Birthing Instincts Podcast
In December 2004, 23-year-old Bobbie Jo Stinnett of Skidmore Missouri was excited about having her first baby. At eight months pregnant, she was still active in the rat terrier show circuit and met someone who had a diabolical plan: she wanted Bobbie Jo's baby. Lisa Montgomery catfished the unsuspecting Bobbie Jo, setting up a meeting, posing as ‘Darlene Fischer', pretending she wanted to buy a puppy. Bobbie Jo let her acquaintance into her home, and after a violent struggle she was dead, and her baby had been cut from her womb. Fortunately, law enforcement caught up with Lisa Montgomery, and found baby Victoria Jo alive. Sponsored by Noom - Sign up for your trial and get psychology-based support to lose weight for good at noom.com/evidencelocker Evidence Locker is also sponsored by BetterHelp – Get 10% off your first month of online therapy at http://betterhelp.com/evidence For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon 25% of Evidence Locker Patreon proceeds are donated as support to the Doe Network – solving international cold cases. To learn more about it visit their website at: https://www.doenetwork.org/ This True Crime Podcast was researched using open-source or archive materials.
Last week, a hospital memo was leaked to us by a nurse in Fresno, California. The note revealed how this hospital is experiencing a dramatic rise in the number of stillbirth cases. Whereas before, the hospital would see an “average of one to two every three months”—they were now seeing upwards of 22 stillbirths per month. This leaked anecdote seems to align with other anecdotal evidence across the country, showing a potential rise in problems with fertility, miscarriages, and fetal development. And so, in order to get a clearer picture of what is happening, and why, we spoke with Dr. James Thorp, a Florida-based OB-GYN who specializes in maternal-fetal medicine. ⭕️ Sign up for our NEWSLETTER and stay in touch
EBB 244: Evidence on Artificial Rupture of Membranes, Assisted Vaginal Delivery, and Internal Monitoring. We are so excited to announce the upcoming release of a new Evidence Based Birth(R) Pocket Guide, all about Interventions! To give you a sneak peek to the Invention Pocket Guide, we are diving into the research and evidence on artificial rupture of membranes, assisted vaginal delivery an internal monitoring. Content note: Discussion of the benefits and risks of these interventions, including forceps and vacuum-assisted deliveries, which can be associated with birthing trauma for birthing people and babies, as well as the risk of mortality. Resources: Make sure you're on the Pocket Guide wait list by going here Amniotomy References: Kawakita, T., Huang, C-C, and Landy, H. J. (2018). Risk Factors for Umbilical Cord Prolapse at the Time of Artificial Rupture of Membranes. AJP Rep 8(2): e89-e94. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29755833/ Simpson, K. R. (2020). Cervical Ripening and Labor Induction and Augmentation, 5th Edition. AWHONN Practice Monograph 24(4): PS1-S41. https://bmcpregnancychildbirth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12884-019-2491-4 Smyth, R. M., Markham, C. & Dowswell, T. (2013). Amniotomy for shortening spontaneous labour. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 6:CD006167. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23780653/ Alfirevic, Z., Keeney, E., Dowswell, T., et al. (2016). Methods to induce labour: a systematic review, network meta-analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis. BJOG 123(9): 1462-1470. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27001034/ de Vaan, M. D. T., ten Eikelder, M. L. G., Jozwiak, M., et al. (2019). Mechanical methods for induction of labour. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 10: CD001233. https://www.cochrane.org/CD001233/PREG_mechanical-methods-induction-labour Simpson, K. R. (2020). Cervical Ripening and Labor Induction and Augmentation, 5th Edition. AWHONN Practice Monograph, 24(4), PS1-S41. https://nwhjournal.org/article/S1751-4851(20)30079-9/abstract Assisted Vaginal Delivery References: NHS article on forceps or vacuum delivery https://www.nhs.uk/pregnancy/labour-and-birth/what-happens/forceps-or-vacuum-delivery/ Bailey, P. E., van Roosmalen, J., Mola, G., et al. (2017). Assisted vaginal delivery in low and middle income countries: an overview. BJOG 124(9): 1335-1344. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28139878/ CDC Wonder Database Feeley, C., Crossland, N., Betran, A. P., et al. (2021). Training and expertise in undertaking assisted vaginal delivery (AVD): a mixed methods systematic review of practitioners views and experiences. Reprod Health 18(1): 92. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8097768/ Crossland, N., Kingdon, C., Balaam, M. C. (2020). Women's, partners' and health care providers' views and experiences of assisted vaginal birth: a systematic mixed methods review. Reprod Health 17:83. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7268509/ Hook, C. D., Damos, J. R. (2008). Vacuum-Assisted Vaginal Delivery. Am Fam Physician 78(8): 953-960. https://www.aafp.org/afp/2008/1015/p953.html Tsakiridis, I., Giouleka, S., Mamopoulos, A., et al. (2020). Operative vaginal delivery: a review of four national guidelines. J Perinat Med 48(3): 189-198. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31926101/ Verma, G. L., Spalding, J. J., Wilkinson, M. D., et al. (2021). Instruments for assisted vaginal birth. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD005455.pub3/full Internal Monitoring References: Euliano, T. Y., Darmanjian, S., Nguyen, M. T., et al. (2017). Monitoring fetal heart rate during labor: A comparison of three methods. J Pregnancy 2017: 8529816. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5368359/ Neilson, J. P. (2015). Fetal electrocardiogram (ECG) for fetal monitoring during labor. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 12: CD000116. https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD000116.pub5/full Harper, L. M., Shanks, A. L., Tuuli, M. G., et al. (2013). The risks and benefits of internal monitors in laboring patients. Am J Obstet Gynecol 209(1): 38.e1-38.e6. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3760973/ Bakker, J. J. H., Verhoeven, C. J. M., Janssen, P. F., et al. (2010). Outcomes after internal versus external tocodynamometry for monitoring labor. N Engl J Med 362(4): 306-13. https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMoa0902748?url_ver=Z39.88-2003&rfr_id=ori:rid:crossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub%20%200www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Frolova, A. I., Stout, M. J., Carter, E. B., et al. (2021). Internal fetal and uterine monitoring in obese patients and maternal obstetrical outcomes. Am J Obstet Gynecol MFM 3(1): 100282. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33451595/ Bakker, J. J. H., Janssen, P. F., van Halem, K. (2013). Internal versus external tocodynamometry during induced or augmented labor. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 8: CD006947. https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD006947.pub3/full van Halem, K., Bakker, J. J. H., VerHoeven, C. J., et al. (2011). Does use of an intrauterine catheter during labor increase risk of infection? J Maternal Fetal Neonatal Med 25(4): 415-418. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/14767058.2011.582905 For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on: TikTok Instagram Pinterest Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) here Find an EBB Instructor here Click here to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.
Today we're chatting with Kaitlin McGreyes about the birth of her 3rd child, which was her first home birth. After a cesarean and then a hospital VBAC for her first two births, she decided to have a different experience for her third. Kaitlin was a doula for 2 years before her home birth. And interesting fact: in the beginning of her doula work, she was against home birth. We talk about the shifts in her thoughts about home birth and the reasons for having one for herself. Plus really awesome conversations around the landscape of the birth world in general, and what she and her company Be Her Village are doing to help parents and families in getting the real support they need (like funding for their care provider, postpartum practitioners, mental health resources, etc.) as opposed to a bunch of extra toys and gear that they might not necessarily need. From Kaitlin: “I had been a doula for 2 years. I had a cesarean for my first, vbac in hospital with my second (unmedicated) and I opted for a home birth for my third baby. I was expecting the birth to be EXACTLY like my vbac labor. and it was in terms of timing and how it started. Both started at 6am while I was in bed with small Braxton hicks that had a pinch at the peak. That's where the similarities ended. My 21 hour vbac was gentle and peaceful and spiritual. My home birth was moving faster than I expected. My midwife only made it because she was smart enough to come without me asking. And in under 6 hours I went from maybe being in labor to roaring my baby out in a half filled birth pool. I experienced FER and instead of pushing her out I was holding her back so I didn't tear. Unlike what you see on YouTube our home birth involved both of us screaming lol. It was fast and furious, much like my daughter.” Things we talk about in this episode: Cesarean birth Hospital VBAC Reasons for having a home birth Doula work influencing your own birthing choices Preparing for birth while you are pregnant Be Her Village registry Links From The Episode: Be Her Village Website: https://www.behervillage.com/ Be Her Village Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/behervillage/ Offers From Our Awesome Partners: Esembly: https://bit.ly/3eanCSz - use code DIH20 to get 20% off your order Needed: https://bit.ly/2DuMBxP - use code DIAH to get 20% off your order or DIAH100 for $100 off a Complete Plan More From Doing It At Home: Doing It At Home book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3vJcPmU DIAH Website: https://www.diahpodcast.com/ DIAH Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingitathome/ DIAH YouTube: https://bit.ly/3pzuzQC DIAH Merch: https://bit.ly/3qhwgAe Give Back to DIAH: https://bit.ly/3qgm4r9
Be ready to have your mind blown with this week's episode! Cohost Augustine Colebrook talks with Ohio CPM, Eliza Kay about the revolutionary changes she has made to her midwifery practice. They dive into what brought Eliza to the point of either quitting or making drastic changes, how she made those changes to her business, and a few key lessons she learned that you can also apply to your midwifery business. We're calling her new style "Midwifery 2.0". You won't want to miss this episode.Show Resources-Eliza's Coach-Eliza's Website-The Midwifery Wisdom Experience (November 2022)-Coaching with Augustine-Birth Business Masterclass-Sustainable Midwifery Facebook Group Chat
Last week, a hospital memo was leaked to us by a nurse in Fresno, California. The note revealed how this hospital is experiencing a dramatic rise in the number of stillbirth cases. Whereas before, the hospital would see an “average of one to two every three months”—they were now seeing upwards of 22 stillbirths per month. This leaked anecdote seems to align with other anecdotal evidence across the country, showing a potential rise in problems with fertility, miscarriages, and fetal development. And so, in order to get a clearer picture of what is happening, and why, we spoke with Dr. James Thorp, a Florida-based OB-GYN who specializes in maternal-fetal medicine. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
On today's podcast, we're going to talk with Stephaney Moody, a Health Equity Ambassador and an advocate for Healthy Birthday and Count the Kicks about the importance of kick counting to prevent stillbirth. Stephaney Moody's passion for stillbirth prevention came after her family experienced loss, when her sister lost her daughter. Upon learning about the inequities that persist in stillbirth outcomes in the African-American Community, she felt led to join the fight against preventable stillbirth and strive for equity. Stephaney is also the Founder of Black Women's Health and Wellness Webcast which addresses issues that impact the health and wellbeing of African-American women. She also serves in her community as a Pastor at New Beginnings Discipleship Ministries and as a Chaplain to the Des Moines Police Department. We will talk about the importance of kick counting in the third trimester to prevent stillbirth. Stephaney shares how her family has been affected by stillbirth and how she became involved in Kick the Counts, an evidence-based stillbirth prevention public health awareness campaign for expectant parents in the 3rd trimester. We will discuss the evidence on kick counting and how Count the Kicks and Healthy Birthday's public health and awareness campaigns are having a direct impact on stillbirth rates in the United States and abroad. A video with this episode will also come out later today at our YouTube channel here. **Content warning: pregnancy loss, stillbirth, racial inequities in healthcare, maternal mortality, maternal morbidity infant mortality** Resources: Count the Kicks Evidence and Resources here. Download the Count the Kicks App here Healthy Birthday Resources here Find Count the Kick on Social Media: Instragam Youtube Twitter Facebook Stephaney moderates the Black Women's Health and Wellness group here. Research discussed: Tveit, J.V., et al. (2009). "Reduction of late stillbirth with the introduction of fetal movement information and guidelines - a clinical quality improvement." BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 9:32: http://europepmc.org/article/PMC/2734741 Sadovsky, E. and Yaffe, H. (1973). "Daily fetal movement recording and fetal prognosis." Obstet Gynecol 41(6): 845-850. https://journals.lww.com/greenjournal/Abstract/1973/06000/Daily_Fetal_Movement_Recording_and_Fetal_Prognosis.8.aspx Leader, L. R., Baillie, P. and Van Schalwyk, D. J. (1981). “Fetal movement and fetal outcome: A prospective study.” Obstet Gynecol 57(4): 431-436. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7243088/ For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on: TikTok Instagram Pinterest Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) here Find an EBB Instructor here Click here to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.
Ready to completely up-level your ability to advocate for your doula clients by learning this ONE THING?In this episode, Dr. Kirstin Small and I will be talking about the widespread use of fetal monitoring in pregnancy and labor, and why it doesn't line up with the evidence.The systems of power in obstetrics use cherry-picked evidence to push procedures/practices (like fetal monitoring) that benefit them financially, and protect them from litigation. If they aren't sharing the WHOLE truth of what the evidence says…it makes you scratch your head and ask, “Who is really benefiting the most here?”Dr. Kristin Small is a retired specialist obstetrician and gynecologist. She currently works as an educator, writer, and researcher. She strives to promote and protect respectful maternity care for women, babies, families, and their care providers through education and research. Dr. Small has performed extensive research on Central Fetal Monitoring for her PhD, and continues her research today.If you want to be able to advocate for your clients when they need you the most, then you wanna listen up!Visit Dr. Kirstin Small's website: https://birthsmalltalk.com Resources mentioned:>> Dr. Small's Doctoral Thesis: Social Organisation of the Work of Maternity Clinicians Related to a Central Fetal Monitoring SystemReady to turn your passion for birth into a crazy successful doula career? I've got you. Click here and join me inside Birthworker Academy.Check out this episode's full show notes or read the transcript at www.birthworker.com/19 or follow along over on Instagram @theautonomymommy or @birthworkerpodcastIf this episode lights you up, I'd love it if you'd rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening from. After you review the show - snap a pic and upload it here - and I'll send you a little surprise as a thank you.Your feedback helps this podcast grow and I wouldn't be here if it weren't for you!Register for a FREE WORKSHOP on November 9th, 10th, 16th, or 17th!
On this week's episode, we discuss Russia accusing Ukraine of conspiring to commit a false flag by commissioning the creation of a "dirty bomb" against Europe. We also discuss WNBA player Griner being sentenced to 9 years in a Russian prison for marijuana charges, immediately segueing to a conversation about the failed Joe Biden legislation, which caused a total of 0 prisoners to be released in a failed attempt at gaslighting the into voting blue in the upcoming election. Lastly, we discuss Michigan's radical proposal 3, the single most radical legislation in the US regarding abortion and radical legislation. Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Donate to support the show by going to https://givesendgo.com/redpillrevolution Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/ Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad! Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now! Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV. Email email@example.com if you would like to sign up in a different state ----more---- Full Transcription Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams and thank you very much for listening today. We are going to touch on a lot of different topics today, starting with the former, former, I say former because of this news, W N B A player, Britney Grimer losing her appeal and will actually serve nine years in a Russian penal colony. I guess that's nickname for jail , which really sucks. We're gonna segue from that right into Joe Biden's marijuana hardens that occurred federally, uh, which Basical. Did nothing. As we will come to find out, we're also going to talk about Russian military warned the world that Ukraine was in the final stages of creating and detonating a dirty bomb that would spread nuclear radiation across Europe and that will also segue into the UN Security Council holding a closed door briefing and meeting about that situation. And then we will also discuss New York Supreme Court reinstating all of the federal employees for being unvaccinated and even orders back pay. So you'll find out how much that was. It's quite a bit of money. So if you were in New York and you were a federal employee, you might be decently happy right now if you stuck to your guns and this should be your payback. And then lastly, I am going to touch on proposal three in the state of Michigan. This radical proposal brings up so many different things that are going to affect our children. Um, all in the, you know, uh, guys, the Trojan horse that they say about Roe v. Wade. So we will discuss that. 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To the revolution. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. Brittany Grinner lost her appeal, appealing the marijuana charges, and this is a W N B A player who will serve now nine years in a Russian. Penal colony. So this W N B A player tried to bring a vape pen cartridge on a plane to go over and play basketball, was found, was arrested. They even went afar as in the US trying to negotiate with a cre, a famous infamous, I should say, creator of bombs, Russian terrorists, to negotiate out this W N B A player. So, uh, that was a conversation at one point but didn't end up happening. And the Russian, the court will go ahead and read this article, which is coming from Vice News, always beloved Vice And it says, A Russian court rejected W N B A star Britney Grinder's appeal for a redo sentence on Tuesday, which means the all star basketball player will have to serve out her nine year sentence for drug possession and smuggling at a penal colony in Russia unless US leaders negotiate for her freedom, which is what I discussed a little bit earlier. During a virtual in court appearance, Grindr explained her case to the panel of three judges deciding her fate. I was barely over the significant. Uh, the significant amount of cannabis oil, people with more severe crimes have gotten less than what I was given. She said, according to Reuters, I did not intend to do this. In the days leading up to Tuesday's appearance, Grinner expressed through her attorney that she was not too optimistic about the court here, uh, ruling in her favor. It's been a long year for Grinder. Her case has taken place against the backdrop of war, between review crane and Russia, and an intense relationship between Russia and the United States. That is quite unfortunate. If you were going to get arrested in Russia, now is probably not the time to do it if you're a US citizen. . So very unfortunate for Britney Grinner. I mean, really you, you have to think that she kind of knew that this is what was gonna happen. This is a political pawn, right? The what is happening here is the Russia saying hey, or United States saying, Hey, we want that. And Russia going, Nana Nbu boo. I have your player. Right? So there's a reason this is happening this way. In normal circumstances, I wonder if it would be different. I honestly feel for Britney Griner, there's no reason anybody should be arrested for marijuana charges. Maybe if you're going to Russia, maybe don't bring it with you if you know that it's illegal. I mean that, that's the last place that I wanna get arrested. Honestly. Is it Russian prison? But you know, that was her choice. So it says, After months of delay, Grinner was sentenced to nine years in August, President Joe Biden has called on Russia to release grinner in the I in the US Department of State said Grinner is wrongfully detained. Which is hilarious because as we will find out in a minute, the ruling and hypocrisy that is going on in the United States about this situation and marijuana charges, which I believe should totally be legal, I absolutely do not think that there's any reason anybody should be in jail for possessing a plant that grows here on this earth. Let alone one that does not harm anybody, does not make you go crazy as the Refurb Madness Documentaries would make you believe from the 1960s, seventies, whenever that was created . But I, I, I think it's really unfortunate. I, I really do feel bad for her. That's a horrible situation to find yourself in, in literally the worst time that you ever could have ran into this situation. So, I don't know if the answer is going ahead and trading a W N B A player for a infamous Russian terrorist bomb maker. Maybe that's not the move. But I do feel bad for Brit Grinder, and hopefully they figure out something here. I, I highly doubt it though, given the circumstances. Hopefully it's, and in the very least, hopefully it doesn't end up really being nine years because going from, you know, maybe she's 30, mid twenties, 30, going from that to being 40 is, Gosh, I just can't imagine. What that would feel like in what your family looks like, what your friendships would look like. I mean, just sitting in a Russian prison cell and the cell that she's sitting in literally looks like the cell that they would put a lion in. That's just like a four by 10 area that you could barely move around in. So I guess that's kind of what all prisons look like. But absolutely nobody should be in jail for marijuana, federally, internationally, statewide. And that's what we will find out in our next portion, which is going to be that Biden's marijuana Pardons did not free a single person, not one. Now they made this big show leading up to the, the voting that's coming up, the primaries, this big show. That's going on here. And this didn't do anything. They knew it wasn't gonna do anything. Especially, you know, you kind of should have known that when Kamala Harris seemed excited about letting people out of jail that she put there, I'm pretty sure she put at least 14. It was either 1400 or 14,000 people away during the time that she was a, a judge. So the fact that she was going, Oh, it's just such a long time coming, Oh, is it Kamala? Because we know that you are literally the one hitting the gavel on the table, deciding these people's fate when it was up to you. Now that it's not up to you and you're using it as a, again, a political ploy to help voters maybe get on your side in the time where literally everybody has a problem with this administration has a problem with their decisions, has a problem with the way that those decisions are affecting their lives. And that's what we're seeing in, and that's what we're gonna see when it comes to voting is that the, the middle of the road, people who would normally have voted Democrat may not do so with seeing the. Unbelievable shift in the way that their lives were affected from the last administration to this administration, and knowing that the effect that these, this upcoming vote is going to have on what that looks like moving forward. So this goes on to say that by, and this is coming from reason, This is a new publication that I, I would maybe suggest looking into. Reason Free, Mu Free Minds and Free Markets is what it is. It's reason.com. Now, they had this article that says, Biden's marijuana Pardons did not free a single federal prisoner or deliver the expungement that he promised at all. Now, a single person was released whatsoever. It says a process that the White House called attention to the thousands of federal cannabis offenders who remain incarcerated. Now, what the, You have to understand where this actually came from. Biden pardoned people who were in prison in federal prisons for possession, but there is no federal laws surrounding. Possession federally . So he literally did nothing at all. Nothing besides play a little show for people that people could get behind. Even, you know, we watched some of the other podcasts that are out there, people sung praise around this. I think it was in the Tulsi Gabbard podcast with Joe Rogan that we listened to a little bit of that. They sung the praises of this. They said it's a long time coming, You know, they, they didn't give it a, a bunch of positive praise, but they were hopeful that this was actually going to do something. And now we know that it didn't, didn't do a single thing, didn't let a single person out. And this article goes on to say that Edwin Rubus has served more than two decades of a 40 year, 40 year federal prison sentence for participating in a marijuana distribution operation, taking into account good time credit. He is not scheduled to be released until August of. 2032. Oh my gosh. Rubis is one of about 3000 federal prisoners whose cannabis related sentences were unaffected by Joe Biden's Mass. Pardon for low level marijuana offenders. A protest at the White House today called attention to their Predicament. Biden's. October 6th Proclamation applied only to the US citizens in legal permanent residence convicted of simple marijuana possession under the Controlled Substances Act, or the District of Columbia Code. None of whom were still incarcerated. None of them, although his pardons could benefit as many as 10,000 or so individuals. That represents a tiny percentage of the overall simple possession cases, which typically are charged under state law. And that's the problem. His possessions always gonna generally be under state law, not federal law. The federal prisoners are generally going to be, what we just saw was a distribution charge. When it's above a certain amount and you're bringing it across state lines, it's gener, uh, you're not gonna have it be a federal. sentence, it's going to be a state sentence. So this goes on to say that according to the 2021 report, more than 3000 individuals, we just, uh, more than 3000 individuals are currently serving marijuana related sentences in federal prisons. The report estimated that ending federal marijuana per prohibition, a step that Biden has steadfastly resisted, could reduce the federal prison population more than 2,800 over five years. This goes on to say your recent executive order, while a great first step did nothing to address the thousands of federal cannabis prisoners currently incarcerated in federal prison. 16 drug policy reform groups noted in an October 10th letter to Biden. While your recent executive order will help many, it will not release a single one of the nearly 2,800 federal cannabis prisoners. Not a single one. 18 states in the District of Columbia have legalized cannabis. There are thousands of Americans who are serving long-term prison sentences, including some life sentences in federal facilities for conduct involved involving amounts of cannabis that are far less than what dispensaries routinely handle on a daily basis. Wow. And then it starts to list some people that are currently serving sentences for this. I won't go ahead and read this whole thing, but you can catch it in the sub stack. Red po revolution.co.com is for losers and sign up there. It's free. Or you can be a paid subscriber and support, like I said. So I think this is wild. I, I 100% believe that marijuana should be legal. Federally, statewide, internationally. Do not think that there's any single reason if you're going to allow alcohol, which has done far worse things to far more people, far worse things, to far more people that marijuana has ever done, will ever do. Take a year of deaths, take a year of addiction, take a year of aggressive tendencies in people's households, of social conflicts, of bar fights. You will never, never see that be the result of marijuana ever. It's never happened. It's never listed. There's no deaths for marijuana ever. You might feel groggy in the morning if you take far too much. But if you drink yourself, if you use too much opioids, Oxycontin, that's given out like candy by doctors amphetamines that are handed out like candy to children by doctors. But yet marijuana is illegal for what you wanna know, why? We can go back into the history of this. There was something called, uh, at least this to, to my knowledge, this was the biggest push of the reason why there was the paper industry was there was a company that was a paper company in the early 1960s, fifties, sixties, around that timeframe. And paper was becoming mass distributed and a very wide scale, but hemp paper proved to be better quality. It proved that it was, uh, longer lasting. It proved that it would hold up. It would hold up better. It wouldn't tear as easily. It holds the ink better for many, many reasons. Hemp paper. Far better. And it was only until they figured out a machine called the Decorticator. The decorticator was a machine used to turn hemp into paper easily. And once the decorticator came out, the paper industry lobbied tons of money and tons of, you know, uh, articles and papers and briefer madness documentaries, trying to get a push, saying that actually in one of the very first articles that you find about this, it says that it was a attempt to push racism and, and combined it with the use of marijuana. It said something like, uh, marijuana causing Mexicans in the United States to rape people. It was like this was so outlandish statement that was said in this article, but it was all because the paper industry was very threatened by the hemp industry. So they went out and made the entire plant illegal. For a very, very long time. That's when Reefer Madness came out. That's, so, before this, it was all legal. There was no issues with it whatsoever. There wasn't a bunch of Mexicans raping people as a result of marijuana wasn't happening. Now again, when you go back to alcohol, if we were really concerned about people doing bad things on substances, then you would ban alcohol. You even look at somebody who does heroin, the worst you're gonna do is kill yourself. You're not gonna harm somebody else. You're gonna lay on the street and be homeless and you know, whatever comes with that. But it's not nearly what you see as the after effects socially, right? I think you should be able to ruin your life and when a hundred percent am under the idea, the libertarian aspect of my ideology is 100% under the belief that you should be absolutely able to ruin your life. And with drugs you can 100% ruin. With heroin, you can ruin your life. And even with marijuana, you can ruin your life. It can, for certain people, it's not a good thing if you overuse it throughout your day, you do it every day before you go into work. That's a horrible thing. You shouldn't do that. It's gonna make you unproductive. It's gonna make you not positive or not not do well in social environments. Very often, depending on what to what level, but also some people, it heals people. There's far more, many, far more, many wow . There is far more positive attributes to, to what can be used with marijuana if it's used properly. If it's used to treat anxiety at at low doses, if it's used in, in ways that allow you to sleep at night. There's so many proper uses for it. And we're pushing things like Tylenol, which has far more negative benefits over the counter. You can buy it right now, unlimited amounts, but there is, you can actually overdose on Tylenol. You cannot do that on marijuana. So there's my little rant on that. I do not think at all it should be illegal for anybody and including almost all drugs. I I really don't think that drugs should be illegal. I think you should be able to ruin your own life. If you wanna do a bunch of heroin and sit in the street all day and not go to work and not build a life for yourself, I think you should be able to. But when it starts to infringe on the rights of other people, that's when the government should step in. That's kind of my idea around legality and, and, and laws. Okay. I took a class about this and, and one of the questions was, what, what is the purpose of laws? I think the purpose of laws is to almost instill in society the golden rule. Do unto others as you would want done unto yourself. So if there's a, if you take a general population, you survey 10 people and they go, Would you like to be robbed? Would you like to have your life taken from you? Would you like to insert whatever law, whatever action that's aggressive towards other people? Here and see, would you like this to happen to you? And if you don't wanna be killed, if you don't wanna be robbed, if that's a general consensus from society that we don't want things done onto us that way, then you should not be afforded the ability to do that onto others. That's what laws are there to prevent. If you are enforcing something upon other people is how I believe law should be taken. I don't think speeding should really be a big ticket. Fine, or you should go to jail for speeding. I don't think, as long as you are not encroaching on the liberties of another individual, the government should not have the right to step in to do so to to, to throw you in jail and lock away the key. I think it's a crazy idea. So when you take that fundamental idea all the way to its end, what, what you understand is that drugs don't infringe on the rights of other people. If you're going to, And even alcohol. I don't think alcohol should be illegal. I think you should be able to drink yourself and then if you punch somebody in the face as a result of it, you should go to jail for punching somebody in the face. Hmm. I think that's generally positive direction. I don't think that you should be going to jail for alcohol. I think DUI is a different thing cuz the likelihood that you're going to be doing those things and putting other people's lives in jeopardy is 100%. But I think if you are drinking in, in public and you are not infringing on other people in their space, in by their whatever you're doing, you should not be going to jail for it. Absolutely not. Okay. So there, there's, there's my ideology behind laws. And when you start to think that through all the way to its end, a lot of things prostitution becomes legal. You're not doing anything to harm anybody else. Both people are are agreeing parties. But although that can get you into a separate conversation around sex trafficking being very prevalent in that community. But as long as that's not the case, then there you go. It should be legal. You're not encroaching on anybody's liberties. Let's segue here. , I'm not sure the segue how to, how to properly combine this, but Russia, this, this is a pretty wild thing that just came up, is that, and this is a a probably the biggest conversation that, again, is not being had in the us. Russia basically doing a presentation about how they're building dirty bombs and they were using materials in the images from movies to depict how they were doing this dirty bomb. Like if you ever watched the, The Ghost of Kiev, The things like that. The propaganda videos. Yeah. They're pulling like stock photos of this and trying to show Now let's see if they actually were saying that it was real. So it says On Monday, the Russian military warned the world that Ukraine was in the final stages of creating and detonating a dirty bomb that would spread nuclear radiation across Europe according to Russia. Ukraine in the west would then claim the attack was Russia detonating a nuclear bomb and attack. The allegation is absurd because dirty bombs and explosive attached to chemical radioactive material are theoretical. Says the explosion would cause more damage than any radioactive material, but Russia's claims are made, made are more ludicrous by the images it used to sell. The theory still is from a 2018 Syrian propaganda film, a 2014 training exercise about disposing radioactive material and photos from nine 11 . So, so that was a part of their like slideshow, is that Russia was showing these silly stock images and videos from movies depicting dirty bombs, which, unless they were saying that they were from this, like they're pointing to it and saying, We have intelligence that we collected and surveillance that is showing that they're doing these things, but it doesn't mean the information's wrong. It says, according to the information we have two organizations in Ukraine have specific instructions to create the so-called dirty bomb cure law. Have said the works are at the final stage, the most ludicrous part of Russia's MOD's dirty bomb. And this is coming from vice again. So when you see the ludicrous this, the individual writing, this is a nobody, Matthew Gat, he's a journalist. So his, he is framing this conversation in a way that they're, they are, what they're trying to do here is they are trying to make it seem as if this is not true simply because of the images and videos that they depicted here, which were yet to see them say that they were directly from surveillance video that they collected. Hmm. Says so to give you. Yeah. And here, here comes more BS about it. So it goes on to say Higgins went over some more photos of the kin presentation one still from a slide purporting to explain. Ukraine's ability to build a dirty bomb seems to show radioactive material in the bag with a drawing of a barrel diagram on the top of it with the bird's creation of a dirty bomb above it. The photo is from a 2014 training exercise involving nuclear material. Another photo purporting to show the civilian impact of a dirty bomb is just a picture from nine 11. So, let's see. Again, I don't think anything that they're saying here was that it was intelligence. Maybe it's a, maybe it's an insinuation and that's, you know, silly and wrong, but not something to de-legitimize their theory if they have legitimate sources saying that they're in the final phase. That two companies were paid in commission to build. And the reason that we know that this is something that the international community is taking more serious than some random journalist at Vice is because the UN Security Council holds a closed door meeting with Russia on the dirty bomb allegations against Ukraine. And Russia is saying that Ukraine is going to use this dirty bomb in a false, in a false flag operation to say that Russia did it, that they were gonna use unlike Europe or something. So let's read through this. This is coming from real news, no bullshit. And it says in remarks following the closed door, Me in. In a United Nations Security Council meeting, Russia has officially communicated on a council that they have intelligence that suggests Ukraine is preparing to use a dirty bomb, a claim that Western officials refute in remarks. Following the closed door meeting at the un, Russia's Deputy UN Ambassador, Dmitri Polanski said, We're quite satisfied because we raised the a. Kremlin spokesperson, Dimitri Pesco also reacted to claims of from Western nations that accused Russia of fabricating Ukraine's alleged plan to use a dirty bomb saying, I don't mind people saying that Russia is crying wolf if this doesn't happen, because this is a terrible, terrible disaster that threatens potentially the entire world. Russia says that their intelligence agencies have uncovered a plot by Ukraine to develop a radioactive dirty bomb. Their intelligence agencies claim that the Eastern Mineral enrichment plant in the central, some Ukrainian name region and the Institute of Nuclear Research in Kiev is actual, is actively involved in the plot. This all comes as Ukraine has invited the UN nuclear watchdog to inspect two unidentified Ukrainian nuclear sites. Ukrainian foreign minister vowed that inspectors would receive full access to the undisclosed sites and called on Russia to demonstrate the same transparency. Interesting. Now again, what they're saying here is that they're claiming that Ukraine's going to use this dirty bomb against European countries to then say that it was Russia as a false flag, and then cause a nuclear war for the entire world, World War three, because the United States has said several times that if a nuclear bomb or something of the like is you, as they will respond accordingly. So literally, Ukraine is trying to start a world war, the third world war, which could end dull of humanity over Russia. I I, to me, it's been so frustrating to see all the propaganda you even see in that Vice article. The way that that journalist went about framing that conversation is completely d how much, how much intelligence and surveillance does some random writer advice have regarding Ukrainian dirty bombs top secret documents that were collected and shown to the. He's framing in such a specific and confident manner, trying to take away the legitimacy of that when it could literally be the thing. Putin could have just stopped a world war by calling out Ukraine for doing this false flag. Dirty bomb. 100% could have just stopped it by bringing this to the attention of the UN and doing the proper surveillance on them for doing so. There's nothing again. And if he's wrong, good. I hope that doesn't happen. I hope it wasn't the part of the plan 100%, but if he was right, he could have just avoided a nuclear conflict by calling them out for this false flag operation that they intended to do. And again, there, there's nothing right with this war. They shouldn't have been started in the first place. There shouldn't have been people on the border of Russia and, and they shouldn't have been trying to join NATO or the UN in, in trying to raise the conflict level. There shouldn't have been a coup in 2014, ran by the Obama administration. There shouldn't have been all of these things. But here we find yourself. I think the further that we get from nuclear conflict the better. But we're closer than we ever were in the Cold War right now to a nuclear conflict, and now as we've seen, it could have just been avoided with this specific incident being called out. So again, I hope he's wrong. Sounds like they have a lot more information than then this vice journalist , who's trying to frame it as this crazy idea that they would ever do something like that. And maybe there's a reason that they took photos from nine 11 trying to put a, what is it, a, a subtweet towards the United States, about nine 11 and, and you know, when in the same conversation around false flags. Hmm. Interesting. Who am I? Just a guy. The next thing we're gonna discuss here is going to be that the New York Supreme Court reinstated all federal employees fired for being unvaccinated and even went as far to order $40,000 in back pay for the employees. Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. If you listen to this before you, you know that at some point I had an opportunity for a pH, a position at a, a very high level position and a great company with a lot of money, but turned it down because I wasn't going to get vaccinated as a result of some large company wanting me to do so for employment, wasn't gonna do it. So here we find yourselves. We knew this was gonna come to this. We knew that eventually the Supreme Court, the, the Constitution was going to come into play just the same way that Pfizer wanted 70 years to come out with the data. Just not gonna happen. With the way that our constitution is set up, the way that our government is, has allegedly checks and balances. I begin to believe less and less than that as time goes on compared to what I was taught in high school. But I think that this is such a good step in the right direction, and I think that it's going to cause a ripple effect. I believe the same thing just happened in Washington. Uh, let me, let me double check on that. But I'm fairly positive the same situation just happened in Washington. The unvaccinated employees got their employment. Washington States says it will drop unvaccinated patient. Hmm. Yeah. You better. Uh, no. So it was a different, it might have been Washington, dc I don't know. It was a different state. Just did the same thing. So as, as these things start to piggyback on each other, as these rulings happen, they tend to have to, they set a standard and that standard legally tends to be applied in more multiple situations because you can point to these things and say, Hey, they decided based on the constitutional rights of the people, that you cannot infringe upon my own medical decisions for employment at the federal government. And so hopefully this continues to snowball and continues to bring on other country or other states, other employers that continue to do the same thing. Because that's exactly what should happen if you denied some of the employment or if you fired them as a result of not getting an experimental gene therapy that we knew nothing about, that we know now today was ineffective. That we know now today as there's a 4% rate of people getting their booster shot or aka another gene therapy for the fourth time, there's a 4% rate of people doing it because they see through the bullshit. They know that this did not help anybody. This didn't help anybody. It didn't do anything. All it did was make you sick potentially. Right? You know, all the people that got the covid shot, got the booster, and then were sick the next week. It makes no sense why you would do that instead of just letting your body run into it and then fight it naturally anyways. You're just putting it into people. What, And that's the actual vaccine, not the gene therapy. Those are two separate things, but when you're putting a live virus into your body, why not just if you're getting the same thing anyways, you're gonna build antibodies. And actually, as Dr. Fauci himself said, getting the virus. And becoming, You know, having your antibodies pre-built as a result of it is better than actually getting a booster shot. We know that factually, and he said it before he was getting pedaled money from pharmaceutical companies to push this vaccination goes on the same, and this is coming from Fox News State Supreme Court found that being vaccinated does not stop the spread of covid 19. Hmm. It says that the New York State, State Supreme Court has reinstated all employees who were fired for not being vaccinated, ordering back pay, and saying that their rights had been violated. The court found Monday that being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting Covid. 19 Proven in the court of law, New York City's mayor, Eric Adams claimed earlier this year that his administration would not rehire employees who had been fired over their vaccination status. New York City alone fired over 1400 employees for being un vaccinated earlier this year. After the city adopted a vaccine mandate under former mayor, Bill de de Blassio. Many of those fired were police officers and firefighters. I hope they don't return. I hope they return and then leave after they get their back pay. Actually, I think that's absolutely the best way to go. If you're a, that's the biggest FU that you could ever get, the state, give the state for firing you in the first place. Join them. Stay there for a month, take your $40,000 payout and then quit. Go to another state where they wouldn't have done that to you to begin with. All right. It goes on to say that, uh, New York firefighters associated President Andrew de Blassio or Andrew sbo and fed, uh, FDM y Uniform Fire Officers Association, President condemned Adams earlier the year after the mayor allowed an exception to the vaccine mandate for athletes and performers, even as firefighters were still being fired over their status. The pair called on the city to expand the exception to all New York. Said, we're here to say that the support to we support the revocation of the vaccine mandate to the mayor amounts on Thursday. Now, if I recall correctly, I'm fairly positive that Project Veritas put out a video of the Mayor of New York calling people like he saying a bunch of names about people, uh, who are the federal employees in the vaccine mandates. So let me see if I can find that video and play it for you guys, because I think it's really telling the way that he actually went about talking about these things. I'm, I'm fairly positive that this was him. Let me go ahead and pull up Project Veritas on Instagram. and I be fairly positive. It was the mayor of the, of New York, who was the one in this video being called out for saying these things. But I, I don't wanna waste any of your time here, so let's, let's go ahead. I'll, if I, if I do find it, I'll put it in the sub stack for you. And even if I'm wrong, I'll put that in the sub stack too. I'll find the video and then we'll. All right, so the next thing that we're gonna talk about here is going to be proposition three. So speaking about court mandates, there's a proposal going on in Michigan right now that is actually threatening the children in Michigan with this liberal ideology, extreme ideology, and I don't use that term lightly. This is crazy. Let, I'll read you about it. But from my understanding, I've gotten, I, I've been seeing a ton of things around, you know, proposal three Protect women, right? And it's coming off the backs of the Roe v Wade decision. They're, they're trying to utilize that platform to say that what this Prop three is doing is it's giving women rights to have an abortion, but it does far more than that, far, far more than that, and things that are very wrong. So this says that Planned Parenthood, the A C L U and other pro-abortion activist promoted ballot proposed the right to reproductive freedom. Right. You see how they call these things? It's, it's so stupid. The the do not kill puppies law. Right? The right to reproductive freedom. Reproductive freedom. Reproduce is the word in there. You're taking the word reproduce and turning it into, it's exactly the opposite, . It's, you're not reproducing anything. That's not freedom to reproduce, That's freedom to end the production, to end life. But it goes on to say that the R R F I that if pass creates a new unlimited and unregulated right to abortion at any time during pregnancy and in, and an additional undefined right to reproductive freedom. This goes on, and this is coming from a Great Lakes Justice Center, which is Great Lakes JC Dot. Says The radical proposal is not solely about abortion. Rather, this poorly worded change to our state constitution creates additional new rights and invalidates numerous existing laws protecting women, children, and parents. Activists falsely claim the amend amendment merely places. The US Supreme Court ruling in Roe v Wade back into effect, which you literally is, are not doing that, that the only thing about Roe v Wade is that it's just saying we're going to leave it to the states. So if you want to, if you want to have a a vote based on whether or not abortion should be legal in Michigan, do that. But what they're doing here is even using that specifically as a Trojan horse to allow for right to reproductive freedom for children, which is the way that this is worded, has many, many negative. It says The activists falsely claim the amend amendment merely places the US Supreme Court ruling in rural v Wade back into effect. Nothing is further from the truth. If pass the R F I Enshrines in Michigan's constitution, the most extreme abortion law in America on par with China and North Korea, the expansive, vague, and broad terms used in this new law are not defined. These fundamental new constitutional rights override any conflicting statue. So this would by far be, if Prop three is passed to Michigan, would by far be the most radical decision and ruling when it comes to abortion in the entire United States would allow it to literally any point until born. And in the way that the wording is ruled here, we'll tell you that and we'll read the actual laws. But it says, the proposed amendment to Michigan's constitution will do the following. And this is a bolded list. This is not the actual statute, but we will find it and we'll read that too. It says that it allows a minor child to have an abortion without the knowledge or consent of the child's parent. It says, Because of all the encompassing exceptions, the amendment effectively guarantees the right to abortion at any time, right up to the moment of birth. Further, it effectively guarantees the right to partial birth abortion and the right to terminate a child's life in the womb at any time based on the child's disability, gender, race, or for any other reason. And then one of them listed was for the patient's health, physically or mentally. So if they come in and like, Hey, I'm really distressed that I'm about to have a baby, which almost all women are, when you're gonna have a baby, it's a stressful situation. You're about to birth a child. It's meant to be stressful. It's meant to be something that is a big deal. And big deals cause people to have anxiety, cause people to have stress. And so if you go to your doctor and say, I'm supposed to be due in two days. I don't feel like doing this and it's causing me stress. They can legally abort your child the day before if they wanted to. It goes on to say that it overrides parental rights in directing their child's upbringing and education, especially in the area of sex education. Public schools will now have the legal right to inform children or inform parents about any issue relating to reproductive freedom In sexuality, parents will no longer be able to excuse their child from sex education classes because minors will have their own fundamental right to reproductive freedom, separate and dis distinct from his or her parents. What in the world, there's a reason, like we've talked about the advertising thing before, there's a reason you cannot advertise to children because children are dumb. The reason they cannot, their, their brain is not fully developed. They cannot instinctually between somebody who's trying to take advantage of them and somebody who is trying to do what's right for them. And also, your child is literally an extension of self. And you will, an individual will always have their child's best interest. Far more than any governmental agency, any corporate agency, any corporation, any group, anything. Your child, you are literally fabricated from the time that you have a child to protect that child and to do what's in the best interest of that child. Now, when you can find somebody who is mentally incapable of making right decisions for themselves, and then you can take advantage of them for profit, you know, like the $1.3 million that they make by convincing one single child that they're trans and having to do a lifetime of, of transitions and medications. And surgeries. $1.3 million is what it. Telling the parents that they no longer have any access to deciding whether or not their child has the right to go to sex education, What they're being taught about it, whether they can actually consent or not, is horrifying. Horrifying. And at what age? What age do you decide you starting to do it at 4, 5, 6, kindergarten, you're gonna have sex education classes, you're gonna have teachers pushing sexual ideology, you're gonna have these books explaining sodomy and all of these things that are far, far more advanced when you should be learning it than what you should be learning at kindergarten, first grade, second grade, fifth grade, sixth grade, seventh grade. I can go on with what these, Is it actually in these books that are in our children's schools? If you go watch the video, there was a, a whole group of families in Dearborn, 500, 600 parents at a parent meeting in Dearborn, Michigan. Dearborn is a very predominant, uh, Muslim and uh, Muslim and. Gosh, I'm, I'm, uh, CDE culture. So Muslim and Calen two different, I, I believe two different religious ideologies, but very fundamentally, uh, connected in the, in the cultures. And so there was all of these parents, so many parents piled into this room saying, We do not want you teaching our children these things. We have a say in what you are going to push on our children, Right? And then you understand the, those communities, they're, they're very protective of their children's in, in, in, from a religious sense too. What they're being taught about sex and those types of things. So rightfully, they're sitting in front of the school board saying, You're teaching things to our children that go against our religion. You have books in our libraries that go against their religion. And so they had a massive group of parents all getting extremely, extremely irritated with the, the school board at the school board. Saying, You know what? They're not even gonna make, they're, we're gonna sign a bunch of, a bunch of people are gonna sign this petition and we're gonna get them out of the school board. Then we are going to take over that school board and make the decisions for what's right for our parents. And that's what you have to do. 100% in today's environment is you have to take control of your child's life. You have to be the one who is making these decisions for your child's wife. Not, not. Abdicating the responsibility of your child's dis uh, life to corporations and government entities. That is literally what is going wrong in our world today, as parents have gotten so passive in the roles that they're playing in their child's life, when it comes to schools, when it comes to the entertainment that they're taking in, when it comes to the, the sex education that they're getting, when it comes to the, the things that they're consuming on a daily basis. Giving your child a phone at five, six, seven, ten, twelve, fourteen years old is ridiculous. There's no reason you should be giving your child infinite access to literally anything at any given time at the touch of a button. The second that they get bored. And so what parents have done is we, we've gotten into a position where parents have become pressing. They so gotten, gotten used to pressing the easy button saying, Oh, okay, nine o'clock I drop my cadets to school. What happens there? I don't care, but I don't have to deal with my. Oh, and then after that we're gonna, you know, come home, put on Disney Channel and let them watch Baymax talk to a trans person about how to use a, a pad properly when they're actually speaking to a man. Oh, and then we're gonna read a book about the anti-racist baby and abdicate that because it was pushed at the front forefront of Barnes and Noble book shelves in our kids' sections. We need to take control back of what we do as parents. And that's where this begins. It's, it's, it's far a, it's a little too late for the way that we were brought up our, you know, maybe our parents didn't exactly have these ideas of mine or didn't understand the venom that came with abdicating your responsibility to corporate entities or corporations or government entities. But there is an agenda. There's always an agenda. And behind every government organization, there is corporations that fund them. There is cism, there is contracts that being sent out to different companies. There is politics and everything, everything, all of it. And none of those people in any of those single organizations may be the teachers. Some teachers, a hundred percent absolutely have your best kid's, best interest in mind. Now, some absolutely do not. They're more so interested in pushing their ideology than they are doing what's right for your child, and those are the people taking on those jobs. So we have to take that back the same way that these Dearborn parents said, We're gonna sign a petition. We're gonna get them out of office. We're gonna take those positions and then start to take responsibility for what our children consume. Because obviously the people that are sitting there right now are not doing it for the best interest of the children. They're doing it for political ideology, they're doing it for clout, they're doing it for money, whatever reasons you wanna call it. But it's not in the best interest of our children. Let's read a little bit more about this. It says, It creates a right for minor children to procure a sex change via permanent and irreversible sterilization. Without the consent of the child's parents, without having to tell the parents at school, the teacher can. Literally connect them with somebody to go get a sterilization, to go get a literal body part chopped off of them inverted and inserted inside of their body with how many unbelievable implications in their mental health and physical health for the rest of their lives. Go watch the clips that I did last on the, what is a woman documentary breakdown? And it will be heartbreaking, heartbreaking to see these people dealing with these issues being pushed, this ideology being told that, Oh, just come to our side. It's safe over here. You're a, you're a a, a protected class now. Nobody can make fun of you. You're trans. It's cool. Look at this flag we got. Look at this hair color that your teacher has and if you wanna get a transition surgery, I have a number right here for you, kid. It's right here. Just, just call this number. You don't need to tell your parents. We have proposal three. Now. You don't need to tell your parents about your, your transition. We don't need to to have consent for children. They can decide when they consent. It creates a right for a minor child to procure a sex change via permanent and irreversible sterilization without the knowledge or consent of the child's parents, I would, oh my gosh, if somebody did that to my child and convince them at whatever age as a child to go get that done. Without my consent, I am burning down the institution metaphorically. Cia, if you're listening. Um, now this also said that it allows school clinics to provide contraceptives to children without the knowledge or consent of their parents. Creates new sexuality rights based on reproductive freedom that would alleviate over all other fundamental constitutional rights, prohibits enforcement of criminal statutes against statutory rape and child sexual. What and other similar statutes. In other words, sex between a 12 year old and a 45 year old man will now be protected under this new right. So long as the child consents. It literally changes the consent law in Michigan for having sex. So a seven year old, 10 year old, 12 year old, 15 year old can now consent to sex with an adult because Proposition three says that your child, your underdeveloped dumb child who's not smart enough to make their own decisions when it comes to these things, that is the reason for consent laws. You're literally legalizing pedophilia through proposition three. It's disgusting, rids the state of its current consent laws. It invalidates age consent laws, um, protecting minors. There is no age limitation for the amendment. In addition, numerous other laws regarding bans of state funding of abortion, parental notification, parental consent, informed consent laws, 24 hour waiting periods will all be invalidated. Provides the new right to reproductive freedom to all individuals, including children. The word individual is not defined. All children are individuals. The new right intentionally and by design does not exclude minors. It alleviates any type of sexual activity relating to reproductive freedom to the status of a fundamental constitutional right. This will include transgender rights In many other forms of sexual expression. Minors will be entitled to access puberty blockers, cross sex hormones, gender transition surgeries, and similar medical treatments as they all relate to sterilization and reproductive freedom. It says that it creates a new, undefined anti-discrimination protection that requires a government enforcement of those radical new fundamental rights. Abortions may be performed by any healthcare professional. The phrase healthcare professional is not defined in the amendment and is not limited to doctors. You literally do not have to have a degree to con, to continue within to do an abortion. . So what chiropractic offices are now gonna be doing abortions, they literally have the term doctor. You're gonna start slinging abortions outside of your chiropractor. I guarantee it. If they can profit from it, a lot of of chiropractors will do that under this new statue. And that's horrifying. Literally no. And then what the same thing Planned Parenthood's doing where they're selling the organs for profit immediately out the back door as you go watch those videos, those underground might have been Project Veritas that found the, the woman from Planned Parenthood talking about getting a Lamborghini from all the money that they were making from selling the stem cells, selling the tissues of all the children that they killed as an abortion guarantees the right to reproductive freedom to all prisoners, foster children, and all individuals under the care of the state. Wow. It's so crazy. It's so vague. It's so ridiculous. I wanna see if I can find. The actual law on it. Let me see if I can find the statue cuz it's so, it's such a minor. The, the article that I just read to you is longer than it itself, than the actual referendum or the, the change in the constitution. So let's go ahead and see if we can actually pull up MCL 7 55 20 Michigan Code of Law and let's pull it up. Here we go. Michigan Legislature, 7 55 20. Oh, that's the specific one. Let's see if we can find the actual, the actual full writeup of Proposition three. Michigan Full. That's what we're Googling. And if you didn't know, stop using Google. Start using something called Brave browser. Brave browser doesn't take any, uh, doesn't take any of your data. Use Brave Search. Actually, Brave Browser is nice too, but definitely use Brave Search instead of Google. So let's see. It says that. Who are the campaigns? The ballot title, The ballot summary. Okay. Article one of Section 28, Ripe to Reproductive Freedom. The ballot measure would add section 28 to Article one, Michigan Constitution of the Michigan Constitution. Following the underlying text would be added. All right, here it says, And this is it. This is it. This is the whole thing. This says Article one, Section 28, Right to Reproductive Freedom one. Every individual, every individual has a fundamental right to reproductive freedom, which entails the right to make and effectuate decisions about all matters relating to pregnancy, including but not limited to prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, contraception, sterilization, abortion care, miscarriage management, and infertility care. An individual's right to reproductive freedom shall not be denied, burdened nor infringed upon, unless justified by a compelling state interest achieved by the least restrictive means. Now, withstanding the above, the state may regulate the provision of abortion care about after fetal viability, provided that in no circumstance shall the state prohibit an abortion that in the professional judgment of an intending healthcare professional is medically indicated to protect a life or physical or mental health of the pregnant individual or mental health. The state shall not discriminate in the protection or enforcement of the fundamental right. The state shall not penalize, prosecute, or otherwise take adverse action against an individual based on their actual potential perceived or alleged pregnancy outcomes, including, but not limited to miscarriage, stillbirth, or abortion. Nor shall the state penalize, prosecute or otherwise take adverse action against someone for aiding or assisting a pregnant individual in exercising the right to reproductive freedom with their voluntary. For the purposes of this section, a state of interest is compelling only if the limited purpose of protecting the health of an individual seeking care consistent with accepted clinical trials of practice or evidence-based medicine, and does not infringe upon what that individual's autonomous decision making. Fetal viability means the point in pregnancy when the professional judgment of the attending healthcare professional and based on the particular facts of the case, there is a significant likelihood of the fetus's sustained survival outside of the uterus without the application of extraordinary medical measures. The section, this section shall be self-executing. Any provision of the section shall held invalid, shall be severable from the remaining portions of the section. Now, this is scary because this is a very high likelihood of passing unless a people go out in droves in Michigan and start lobbying and, and getting around the idea that they should not be allowing this vague, and, and again, I am not for I, I am not pro. I am pro-life in that sense. And, and I don't even like thinking of it that way. I, I think that there are certain circumstances, you know, where we wanted to get into very, very small, limited percentage, low likelihood that very, very small percentage of abortions are being done for the things that I believe that should be protected. It's like 90, 97 or 98% of all abortions are done under the guise of convenience. I made this statistic up, but I'm fairly sure it's like 97% are done not for any specific health reason at all. Socioeconomic, it's, uh, convenience. It's whatever you wanna call it. But the reason that this has, there, there's 10 million, $600,000 that has been donated to the cause for proposition three and 426,000 for those who oppose. And you gotta wonder, A C L U of Michigan, American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, who to thought that a company profiting from the fetal tissue and. Stem cells of dead babies are the ones that are actually funding to get this passed. Hmm. Seems like there's a vested interest there. Planned Parenthood advocates of Michigan. Who would have thought? And the only ones that are sending money to contribute towards donors to oppose. This is kfc, Michigan State Council. Right to Life of Michigan. Michigan Catholic Conference. So there you have it. Get out. Vote, Vote, Vote. Michigan. Because this Proposition three is the single most radical legislator, the single most vague legislation, the single most radical legislation that has ever been proposed surrounding abortion, surrounding children's rights to get sterilized without parental consent surrounding a child's right to consent to sex at whatever age that they feel necessary. As long as the child says, or was convinced to believe that they should be able to consent. It's crazy. It's horrible. It should not pass and only because of the climate that's been created around Roe v. Wade, is this even a consideration? Because I guarantee you, if you go person to person in Michigan, outside the state halls and, and actually ask people whether they think that a 12 year old should be able to consent to have sex with a 45 year old and that 45 year old should no longer be prosecuted for doing so, Proposition three literally legalizes pedophilia in that way, they are no longer liable, as long as they can convince the seven year old, eight year old, 10 year old that they want to consent. And that makes me sick to my stomach, makes me sick to my stomach to hear that that's even a possibility. So get out, vote, do something about it. Spread the word. If you're not in Michigan, at least post about it. There's no reason that just because it's not in your state, because this is coming to a state near you if you do not speak up, even if you're not in. Speak out about it because this is the manifestation of radical ideology. That is all this is. So on that note, thank you guys for listening. 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Anyone who has been a partner to a midwife knows it comes with unique benefits and challenges. This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Augustine Colebrook talks with Adam Rawson about just that, being married to a midwife. They discuss tips for partners of a midwife, resources for a healthy marriage, setting boundaries, and the hardest parts of being married to a midwife. Show Resources-Lisa Rawson Interview
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom podcast, co-host Augustine Colebrook talks with recently graduated midwife Marlee Adams about one of the most important yet greatly understudied topics, mental health during pregnancy. Marlee shares their research on Perinatal Bi-Polar Disorder and the tools and resources they have discovered for both midwives and pregnant women navigating this. Show Resources-Perinatal Support Washington-Postpartum Support InternationalLinks to screening tools-EPDS-PHQ-9-MDQ-6-PMQ-9
Roslyn Rivera, RN, BSN is the Fetal and Pediatric Cardiology Outpatient Nurse Coordinator at the UCLA Children's Heart Center. Since 2013, Roslyn has volunteered with Camp del Corazon, a nonprofit organization offering year-round activities for children and young adults with CHD. She holds the role of Nurse Coordinator and as an Advisor for their adult CHD program called PACE. In this episode, Roslyn discusses the work of Camp del Corazon and its lasting impact on children and families affected by CHD and Pulmonary Hypertension. Don't miss CDC's upcoming Family Festival (FAMfest FUNdraiser) October 29th in North Hollywood, CA. You can also participate in the Online Auction (Oct 22-29, 2022). Learn more at: https://www.campdelcorazon.org/famfest @campdelcorazon Learn more about pulmonary hypertension trials at www.phaware.global/clinicaltrials. Follow us on social @phaware Engage for a cure: www.phaware.global/donate #phaware Share your story: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the only comprehensive fetal centers in the country, The Chicago Institute for Fetal Health at Lurie Children's, treats patients with complex pregnancies. Among the rarest and most serious condition they see is twin to twin transfusion syndrome, a complication that affects 10 to 15 percent of identical twins. In this condition, the twins share a placenta which can lead to extreme prematurity and significant injury to major organs or even death. Fetal surgeons like our guest Dr. Amir Alhajjat are sometimes able to correct this condition in utero. Today, we talk with him about this serious condition and treatment for it.
Fetal programming is an emerging topic. This month listen in to learn more about how feeding Choline to your transition pen could transform the metabolism and next generation of the herd. Researcher Dr. Tucker Swartz at the Michigan State University and his team in Bradford's lab fed choline 24 days prior to freshening and measured the impact on the calf's success through the preweaning phase. These results are in press in the Journal of Dairy Science titled, “Effects of prenatal dietary rumen-protected choline supplementation during late gestation on calf growth, metabolism, and vaccine response.” They found impacts in the energy metabolism and immune function. Listen in for more information on how this affordable addition holds a large ROI on this phase of production and more. #2xAg2030; #journalofdairyscience; @jdairyscience; #openaccess; #MODAIRY
Welcome to episode forty four. Our most unhinged and liposomal-ed episode yet. We're talking: How did we not know about the fetal ejection reflex? Have we been duped for centuries? Human composting. Good for who??? We never thought we'd see the douche re-imagined. The scent of this sexy unique scam is pungent --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodforu/message
Fetal fibronectin was first reported as a possible biomarker for identifying those at risk of preterm birth back in 1991. Despite over 3 decades of ever evolving published data on FFN, underuse, misuse, and misunderstandings regarding what fetal fibronectin is and is not still persist. In the session we will review the SMFM recognized transvaginal ultrasound/FFN algorithm for preterm labor triage assessment. What is traditionally accepted as a “short cervix” on TVUS? Is it really safe to send patients home after a negative FFN result? Let's review the data now. (Thank you Matt S. for the podcast suggestion.)
A conversation with the chairwoman of the California Republican Party ahead of the Midterm. UC Davis successfully conducts the world's first stem cell treatment for Spina Bifida on a fetus before birth. Former SacBee reporter discusses his new book, “The Abolitionist's Journal.” California Republican Party's midterm strategy
Dr. Thomas Hills, a physician and research fellow based in Auckland, New Zealand, and Sarah Gregory discuss fetal loss and preterm birth caused by Haemophilus influenzae infection.
Both parents and midwives alike, you'll want to grab a pen and paper and prepare for some incredible note-taking with this week's episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. Cohost Augustine Colebrook speaks with Sarah Thompson, certified functional medicine practitioner and author of the book Functional Maternity. They dive into all things functional medicine, how to use functional medicine during pregnancy, hormones during labor, some of the most important and most commonly lacking nutrients during pregnancy, and more. Sarah Thompson is a certified functional medicine practitioner, licensed acupuncturist, board-certified herbalist, birth doula, author, and educator with a passion for pregnancy care. She is also known as a leader in the practice and education of maternity functional medicine and published the first book on the subject, Functional Maternity – Using Functional Medicine and Nutrition to Improve Pregnancy and Childbirth Outcomes. Sarah brings together evidence-based research in prenatal and maternity nutrition with ideas of functional medicine, in 2021. Sarah's clinical experience spans nearly 20 years. When she isn't writing, lecturing, mentoring, or seeing patients in her private practice, she can be found on her small Colorado farm with her husband, two daughters, chickens, miniature cows, dogs, cats, and gardens. Show Resources-Functional Maternity Website-Functional Maternity Book-Midwifery Wisdom Experience
NATO defense ministers are meeting today to discuss the war in Ukraine after more deadly attacks from Russia. The US Supreme Court says it won't get involved in a case on whether fetuses have constitutional rights. Tulsi Gabbard says she's leaving the Democratic party - we'll tell you why. Myanmar's former leader has been given another 3 years in prison, taking her total sentence to 26 years. Plus, is 97 too old to be involved in politics?To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Researchers using a scanning electron microscope claim to have spotted unusual "rectangles and inverted pyramids" in degraded Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines – adding more questions regarding lipid nanoparticles and possible autoimmune response triggers. 「 LINKS FROM THIS SHOW: https://drdrew.com/1042022 」 A new study claims that COVID-19 vaccines can pass mRNA through breastmilk. Though the CDC and vaccine manufacturers state that mRNA does not affect reproduction or fetal health, many OBGYNs are sounding the alarm about a patterns of miscarriages and stillbirths that they believe are signs of adverse events. Dr. James Thorp, a board certified OBGYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine Physician with over 43 years of obstetrical experience, joins Dr. Kelly Victory LIVE to discuss recent mRNA studies and especially their possible effects on pregnant women. “I do find it very peculiar that... none of the contents appear to be of biological origin." Dr. Thorp recently said to The Epoch Times. "There were no elements of nitrogen or phosphorus... a sine qua non (an essential condition) for a biological origin." Follow Dr. Jim Thorp at https://gettr.com/user/JamesAThorpMD 「 SPONSORED BY 」 • BIRCH GOLD - Don't let your savings lose value. You can own physical gold and silver in a tax-sheltered retirement account, and Birch Gold will help you do it. Claim your free, no obligation info kit from Birch Gold at https://birchgold.com/drew • GENUCEL - Using a proprietary base formulated by a pharmacist, Genucel has created skincare that can dramatically improve the appearance of facial redness and under-eye puffiness. Genucel uses clinical levels of botanical extracts in their cruelty-free, natural, made-in-the-USA line of products. Get 10% off with promo code DREW at https://genucel.com/drew 「 WITH DR. KELLY VICTORY 」 Dr. Kelly Victory MD is a board-certified trauma and emergency specialist with over 30 years of clinical experience. She served as CMO for Whole Health Management, delivering on-site healthcare services for Fortune 500 companies. She holds a BS from Duke University and her MD from the University of North Carolina. Follow her at https://earlycovidcare.org 「 MEDICAL NOTE 」 The CDC states that COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and reduce your risk of severe illness. Hundreds of millions of people have received a COVID-19 vaccine, and serious adverse reactions are uncommon. Dr. Drew is a board-certified physician and Dr. Kelly Victory is a board-certified emergency specialist. Portions of this program will examine countervailing views on important medical issues. You should always consult your personal physician before making any decisions about your health. 「 ABOUT the SHOW 」 Ask Dr. Drew is produced by Kaleb Nation (https://kalebnation.com) and Susan Pinsky (https://twitter.com/firstladyoflove). This show is for entertainment and/or informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. 「 GEAR PROVIDED BY 」 • BLUE MICS - Find your best sound at https://drdrew.com/blue • ELGATO - See how Elgato's lights transformed Dr. Drew's set: https://drdrew.com/sponsors/elgato/ 「 ABOUT DR. DREW 」 For over 30 years, Dr. Drew has answered questions and offered guidance to millions through popular shows like Celebrity Rehab (VH1), Dr. Drew On Call (HLN), Teen Mom OG (MTV), and the iconic radio show Loveline. Now, Dr. Drew is opening his phone lines to the world by streaming LIVE from his home studio. Watch all of Dr. Drew's latest shows at https://drdrew.tv
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The devil really meets his match in this whirlwind episode. Wayne appears to be a normal guy who is hoping to become a dad, when a horrible accident occurs and his wife loses the baby. but when Mulder goes snooping through the trash (should we be worried?) and finds this case file, he is immediately suspicious of Wayne and believes he has something to do with the miscarriage. Check out our links below! OUR MERCH STORE: https://teespring.com/stores/ufo-party-podcast JOIN OUR PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/ufopartypod BUY US A COFFEE! https://ko-fi.com/ufopartypod FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/ufopartypod FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ufopartypod EMAIL US YOUR STORIES: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you so much for showing support so we can spread love to the only good feds in the universe.
Grab a drink and settle in for this power-packed episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. Cohost Leila Wyatt talks with Lindsey Oakes, a Queer and Nonbinary CPM practicing in California. They dive into how the show "19 Kids and Counting" introduced Lindsey to Midwifery, their experience studying at Nizhoni, working with the Amish community, tips for taking the NARM, and more."My name is Lindsey Oakes, my pronouns are they/them, and I'm a Queer and Nonbinary CPM and soon-to-be LM practicing and living on unceded Kumeyaay territory, currently known as San Diego, California. You can find me by email at LindseyOakesMidwifery@gmail.com For those that are able and feel called to donate, I'd like to direct any monetary support to the apprentice midwife I'm dedicated to supporting on her journey. Her name is Phoebe Velasquez Islas, and she's been a community traditional birth worker since 2014 who is prioritizing BIPOC families as well as teen/young parents. Phoebe is an apprentice midwife working with LM CPM Nicole Morales of Art of Opening Midwifery. Phoebe is a mom of four daughters, many animals, and a keeper of the land and the plants native to this part of the world. She, in my opinion, deserves all of the support in the world. Any resources donated to her journey will be recirculated through continued community support." Show Resources-IG: @LindseyOakesMidwifery-FB: Lindsey Oakes-LindseyOakes.com-FB: Phoebe Velasquez Islas-IG: @womb_waters_medicine_-Venmo: Phoebe-VelasquezIslas-PayPal: MsPhoebes@gmail.com
Drs. Anish Koka and Michel Accad discuss the controversy regarding the meaning of fetal heartbeats and Dr. Koka's latest Substack https://anishkokamd.substack.com/p/why-glenn-kessler-is-completely-wrong (article) on the subject. LINKS: Anish Koka's https://anishkokamd.substack.com/ (Newsletter) Michel Accad's https://alertandoriented.com/ (Alert and Oriented) blog WATCH ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/AvZEM-V0Qa0 (Watch the episode) on our YouTube channel
This week, co-host Augustine Colebrook is joined by Nicole Morales to dive into topics such as working with breech birth, storytelling the process of birth, and working through the births you've attended as a birth worker. Nicole Morales is a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a midwife, a doula, a friend, and a mentor. Empowered by her own very different births of her three children at home, Nicole is drawn to assisting families in birthing and parenting in awareness and to appreciating the sacred relationships throughout the childbearing years and beyond. She has worked as a doula for many years and has benefited from the apprenticeship model of midwifery.Nicole is an Approved Spinning Babies Trainer and a Certified Birthing from Within Mentor. She blends these tools in her midwifery practice as well in instruction from both perspectives of the mind and body. She also is an instructor for Nizhoni Institute of Midwifery and is part of breechbirthsd.com which helps breech families navigate the systems as best as possible by being an online resource center.Show Resources-Breech Birth San Diego-The Breech Release-IG: @nicolemoralesmidwife-Fb: Nicole Morales-The Midwifery Wisdom Experience
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, co-host Augustine Colebrook is joined by Ilka Fanni Szilagyi, SpBCPE, Alana Joy Diamos, LM, CPM, and Michelle Borok, LM, to dive into defensively charting fetal heart tones. This episode is packed with valuable information for seasoned midwives and students alike!Show Resources-Fetal Heart Tone Monitoring Course-Defensive Charting Course
Hello! Thank YOU for being here . this episode totally came from download I had while driving .I recorded this episode in the car, after school drop off on my way to a hot yoga class. Has life ever put you in the fetal position? Emotionally , physically or spiritually? In this episode I talk about recent and past times that life had me in fetal position. If you've experienced this or if you're going through it now you may ask; Why is this happening? And what do I do next? I hope this retrograde is opening you up to change , opportunity and deeper emotional connection & reflection. If you don't already head over to Instagram and please follow my account :) @Beboujee.BeHippie. If you like this episode please leave a review and share with someone you think will benefit from it. Sending you love . Eileen --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
After a less-than ideal first vaginal birth Alysa wanted a different experience for next time. But she was diagnosed with placenta previa and had a C-section with her second. For her third baby, Alysa finally got the unmedicated birth of her dreams! -Induced vaginal birth -Normalizing struggling bonding with baby at first -History of placenta previa -Fetal ejection reflex -Intermittent futile monitoring -unmedicated VBAC in a birth center “I have friends who say I could never do what you did. And I'm like: no that's not true. I'm not special or extra strong. I would never say I have a high pain tolerance or anything like that. It's deciding that you want that and doing things that help you prepare. I truly believe that pain fear cycle and so if you can get your head around that, it changes everything. That's not to say that everyone should want a birth like this. But if it's something that you do want? Then go for it, and go for it all the way.“ -Alysa, PA and VBAC mom Connect with Alysa on instagram here! Join the VBAC Babes newsletter here! Follow VBAC Babes on Instagram Grab your VBAC Mama shirt here!
Dana's mom attempts to set her up with Doctor Douchebag, aka Michael Carmichael. We learn how Sal's ball-less Baba got his riches. Sal and Circe make a potion and a plan, to revert Sal to the cognitive equivalent of a baby, to convince (trick) Dana that having and caring for a baby is, you know, an ... easy ... thing.Jen's recommendations this week: Nopeville: The Winchester BestiaryWhat Were They Thinking?: The WizardHave some feedback for us? Email us at email@example.com or visit these fine Web establishments: Facebook and Twitter updates Our HomepageWe're part of the Frolic Podcast Network! You can find more outstanding podcasts to subscribe to at Frolic.media/podcasts.Support the show
Dr. Northrup is an OBGYN and the author of "The Wisdom of Menopause". In this episode, we talk about the changing landscape of women's health, as more women are seeking truly holistic care, particularly through menopause. Buckle up for a WILD ride through the world of unnecessary interventions in birth, the war on nature, fear of mortality, & the "Wisdom of Menopause". Made possible by: Organifi - 20% off their green and red juice for a natural boost to your energy and mood! BiOptimizers - 10% off Mag Breakthrough plus free gut health goodies! Fit for Birth - 20% off pregnancy- and postpartum-specific exercise & nutrition coaching! [-:08:00] Paving a new path for women's health Fetal heart monitoring has had no benefit but has increased c-section rates #80 - Jacqueline Wolf, PhD: On the Sordid History of C-Section in the U.S. Scalp electrodes and the crown chakra [-:15:00] The spiritual side of birth If you don't see it as sacred, you don't belong in birth work [-:21:00] Dr Northrup was radical early in her training The cult of doctors James Thorpe, MD, OBGYN, MFM American Holistic Healing Association Love, Medicine and Miracles, by Bernie Siegel, MD PMS is associated with family history of alcoholism [-:28:30] Archetypes and the menstrual cycle The voice of the soul Christiane lost her professorial position when "The Wisdom of Menopause" was published [-:33:00] Pregnancy and vaccines GOD is omnipotent in healing Power behind your eyes vs power in front of your eyes COVID and our war on nature [-:42:00] Menopause, the Chiron return, and death of self Your power is found anywhere that society has told you to be afraid Comedians are the patron saints of truth [-:52:00] The stories we tell ourself about menopause & desirability “The essence of God is birthing.” [01:00:00] Christiane's dating app for the non-vaxxed Her menopause relief & vaginal moisturizer Christiane's: Website | "The Wisdom of Menopause" | IG Find me: @nathanrileyobgyn | My Practice Music by: Labrinth | Preservation Hall Jazz Band --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theholisticobgyn/message
If there's one word to describe this episode with Emma, it's joyful. She takes us through her three pregnancies and births in between nomadic living in a bus and on a sailing boat. Her first two births were really smooth but in her third pregnancy a fibroid was discovered on an early ultrasound and it created persistent issues around where she would birth because she was at risk of postpartum haemorrhage. She talks at length about navigating uncertainty in her third pregnancy and then giving birth on the worst night of the Northern Rivers floods. Emma had three physiological births and was really well informed about her options. Consider this a very inspiring episode!
We encounter various situations with the families we reach at the abortion centers. Some of those situations are very difficult to deal with. One of the most challenging scenarios is when doctors have said the baby has major medical issues. In this episode, we talk about how to biblically and graciously handle these situations. https://sidewalks4life.com/equipping-articles/ https://benotafraid.net/