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Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
From Filmmaking to Psychoanalysis with Karen Dougherty, FIPA (Toronto)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2023 48:53


"I made a film for PepWeb on the research of Beatrice Beebe. I made the video for her picture book, The Mother-Infant Interaction Picture Book, and various other short films. These are deep dives into mother-infant dyads that reveal something, i.e. rupture and repair, various kinds of dyadic interchanges. These are available for free on YouTube. That's another way that I use my analytic self and my documentary maker self together. I'm much happier with the YouTube films  even though they're less produced because they reach a wide audience - they are for parents, not clinicians. I want to get the story of this way of thinking or various ways of working, or psychoanalysis itself out to the greater public because I'm such an evangelizer for it. It changed my life in so many ways, and I think it's a very different animal than what the wider world (if they've heard of it at all) thinks that it is - it's so alive these days, so integrative, and so worthy of letting people know.”    Episode Description: We began with Karen sharing with us her journey from documentary filmmaker to psychoanalyst. She discusses her immersion in the world of cinema verité - "a camera capturing life" - as the pathway that brought her to train in psychoanalysis. We consider the similarities and differences between these ways of thinking and how she feels that for her, they are additive in deepening her listening abilities. She describes her films of Beatrice Beebe's work, how she serves as a consultant to filmmakers, and how she often treats those in the field, especially in regard to their (over)involvement with trauma. We close with Karen's recommendations for using YouTube to let the wider community know about psychoanalysis. Our Guest: Karen Dougherty is a Psychoanalyst (FIPA) and documentary filmmaker. She has an MA in English Literature (McGill) and an MA in Psychoanalytic Studies (University of Sheffield). She is a clinical supervisor and course instructor at the FPP and the Advanced Training Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, with a particular focus on attachment, relationship issues, and trauma. In addition to her private practice in rural Amaranth, Ontario, Karen is the host of the podcast for the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society, Conversations in Psychoanalysis. Since 2022, she has been a member of the IPA Think Tank on the Resolution of Intractable Conflict, for which she produces a YouTube Channel. The recipient of a PEPweb video grant, she has made several films on the research of Dr. Beatrice Beebe for clinicians and parents. She continues to collaborate on documentary projects as a researcher and story consultant (recent films include Toxic Beauty; Category: Woman, both directed by Phyllis Ellis). Bridging these two careers, Karen is both a communications consultant for psychoanalytic organizations and a mental health consultant for film and television.   Linked Episode: Episode 97: Off the Couch and into the Political Arena with John, Lord Alderdice FRCPsych – IPA Off the Couch   Recommended Links:   Karen Dougherty    The CPS podcast will be accessed through the CPS website.   The PEPweb citation for the documentary for clinicians: Dougherty, K., Beebe, B., Margolis, A., Altstein, R., Berman, J. & Mathieson, G. (2016) Mother-Infant Communication: The Research of Dr. Beatrice Beebe. PEP Video Grants 1:11.   Beebe, Dr. Beatrice, prod., Dougherty, K., dir. “Joining Your Baby's Distress Moments: A Story of One Mother and Infant”:   “Decoding Mother-Infant Interaction: A Story of One Mother and Infant,” the first two of a series of short films for parents showcasing the research of Dr. Beatrice Beebe:   Allan King, The Criterion Collection   Allan King, Queens University Film and Media Collection   Allan King's Warrendale, a “direct cinema” documentary about a home for emotionally disturbed children in Toronto:  

political and spiritual
Kamilah Harris: An Advocate for Maternal and Infant Health (doula)

political and spiritual

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2023 110:00


Drumming @ 3:00pm est, Kamilah Harris @ 4:00pm A native of Detroit who has dedicated my career to supporting women and children. My journey began in 2005 with the "Mother to Mother" breastfeeding support program at Michigan State University Extension. Since then, I've worked with Women in Distress Domestic Violence Center and the Maternal and Infant Health division of the Florida Department of Health as a family support worker. My experiences as a birth and postpartum doula, midwife assistant, and lactation support specialist have given me invaluable knowledge and skills. My passion for maternal and infant health led me to establish Birth Work South Florida, which offers childbirth and breastfeeding preparatory courses, parent education series, and postpartum support. Kamilah and her team provide customized responses to all queries, and offer a range of comfort measures, guidance, and encouragement to help families achieve a natural hospital, home, or birth center birth. Kamilah's compassion, generosity, and expertise have made a significant impact on thousands of families over her 18+ years of service. She is dedicated to empowering her clients and providing unwavering support throughout their birthing journey. Kamilah's approach is holistic, addressing both the physical and mental aspects of childbirth, making her an invaluable asset to her clients. Currently, Kamilah is working on a non-profit sector for Birth Work South Florida. This initiative will help Birth Work South Florida serve more clients from underserved communities. In the past, they have provided pro bono services to underserved clients. passion is not enough and that support is crucial.If you would like to contribute to this short-term goal, you can donate viaZelle to birthworksouthflorida@gmail.com For volunteering opportunities, please send an email to info@birthworksouthflorida.com

The Incubator
#152 - [Journal Club Shorts] -

The Incubator

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2023 14:57 Transcription Available


What if antibiotics aren't as necessary as we think for infants with high-grade Vesico-urideral Reflex (VUR)? That's the question we dissect in this thought-provoking episode. We dive into a recent study from the New England Journal of Medicine, which took a close look at the use of continuous antibiotic prophylaxis to prevent the first symptomatic UTI in infants with high-grade VUR. We'll unpack the methods used in this Phase 3 multi-centered prospective randomized open-label trial, walk you through the criteria for the trial, and explore how the primary and secondary outcomes were determined.Did you know that about 70% of infants with high-grade VUR will never experience a UTI in their first two years? With this startling statistic in mind, we tackle the ongoing debate on whether to administer prophylaxis to infants with grade 3, 4, or 5 reflux. Hear us explore the evolving guidelines put forth by pediatricians and nephrologists and what this shifting perspective means for a system-wide approach to prophylaxis. This episode is a must-listen for healthcare professionals and parents alike who want to understand the risks and benefits of antibiotic prophylaxis in infants with high-grade VUR more comprehensively. As always, feel free to send us questions, comments, or suggestions to our email: nicupodcast@gmail.com. You can also contact the show through Instagram or Twitter, @nicupodcast. Or contact Ben and Daphna directly via their Twitter profiles: @drnicu and @doctordaphnamd. The papers discussed in today's episode are listed and timestamped on the webpage linked below. Enjoy!

Raising Good Humans
S3 Ep 39: Preventing Substance Misuse

Raising Good Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2023 41:50


In this insightful episode, we delve into a critical topic that concerns every parent and caregiver: preventing substance misuse in kids and teens. Join us as we sit down with the renowned expert, Dr. Danielle Dick, a leading researcher in the field of child and adolescent development, genetics, and substance use. Danielle Dick is the inaugural director of the Rutgers Addiction Research Center at the Rutgers Brain Health Institute.Sponsored byLiquid IV: I love this stuff! Grab your Liquid I.V.in bulk nationwide at Costco or you can get 20% off when you go to LIQUIDIV.com and use code HUMANS at checkout.Hero Bread: Visit hero.co and use code HUMANS at checkout for 10% off your first purchase.Nordic Naturals: Shop today at nordic.com. Use promo code: RGH for 20% off your first order.Pillsbury: Find more weeknight dinner recipes at Pillsbury.com.Produced by Dear MediaThis episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast
Midwives and the Elements: Fire

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2023 60:01


Welcome to the grand finale of our "Midwives and the Elements" mini-series. In this culminating episode, we ignite the flames of fascination as we delve into the captivating realm of fire.In this episode, we'll hear riveting accounts of midwives confronting harrowing challenges, each one intricately intertwined with the element of fire. These tales reveal their unwavering determination, their ability to forge new paths, their trust in intuition, and above all, their indomitable resilience.Thank you for joining us on this beautiful journey through the elements. We hope you've enjoyed each and every remarkable story that has been shared. If so, please consider dropping a review on our podcast. It helps us to know that you've been enjoying the content and teaches us what really resonates with you.We will take a short one-week break before we return for season four of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast on October 11. We cannot wait for you to see what we have in store this next season!

KSL at Night
Federal program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) on the chopping block

KSL at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2023 10:38


Host: Derek Brown We’ve been talking a lot about a potential government shutdown, but not about a program made to help women, infants, and children. It’s called the WIC program, which benefits 41,000 Utah families.  KSL NewsRadio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the show to explain what will happen to this program if the federal government actually does lose funding this Saturday.

KSL at Night
KSL at Night: 9-27-2023

KSL at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2023 41:14


Host: Derek Brown Countdown to shutdown: the latest The countdown to a possible government shutdown is getting close. Right now it’s three days until funding stops flowing to key branches of the federal government… including air traffic control, the EPA, and passport offices. Medicare won’t be closing its doors either way. But is this really going to happen? What are lawmakers’ latest moves to avoid this shutdown? Taylor Morgan, Partner at Morgan & May Public Affairs and Host of KSL @ Night, joins Derek to unpack whether Congress can get its act together in time. Federal program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) on the chopping block We’ve been talking a lot about a potential government shutdown, but not about a program made to help women, infants, and children. It’s called the WIC program, which benefits 41,000 Utah families.  KSL NewsRadio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the show to explain what will happen to this program if the federal government actually does lose funding this Saturday. The group offering clean slates this National Recovery Month We know that September is National Suicide Prevention Month, but it is also National Recovery Month. And to help people who are recovering from substance addiction, an organization called Rasa is providing free expungements here in Utah. Noella Sudbury, Founder and CEO of Rasa, joins Derek to discuss why they’re doing this and how people can sign up. When freight trains block your life Waiting for the train to pass can go from inconvenient to life-changing for residents on the West side of Salt Lake City. City Councilman Alejandro Puy of the city’s second district joins Derek to share actual Utahns’ stories and his plan for addressing the problem.

Radio Health Journal
Medical Notes: Suicide Rates Are at an All-Time High, the New Covid Strain Taking Over America, and the Music Genre Your Infant Should Listen To

Radio Health Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 2:12


Suicides are at an all-time high. Should you be worried about a new Covid strain? Plus, should your baby be listening to smooth jazz? Learn More: https://radiohealthjournal.org/medical-notes-suicide-rates-are-at-an-all-time-high-the-new-covid-strain-taking-over-america-and-the-music-genre-your-infant-should-listen-to Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Down to Birth
#232 | September Q&A: Infant Reflux, Tearing, The Homebirth Environment, Waterbirthing with PROM, Esophageal Atresia, Postpartum Cramping, Newborns

Down to Birth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 44:22


Hello Friends! It is time for the September Q&A episode! Today, we open with two listener emails sharing their experiences on declining circumcision and accepting a necessary emergency cesarean birth. Next, we dive into your questions beginning with:Can I still labor and birth in the tub even if my membranes have ruptured before labor begins? Lucky for ya'll, we have Barbara Harper of Waterbirth International pop on the show to answer this question.Next up, we address whether experiencing a 3rd or 4th-degree tear during your first birth should deter you from pursuing a subsequent vaginal birth. Does it categorize you as high risk? We'll explore this important topic.Seeking more comprehensive solutions for infant reflux beyond the basics? We've got you covered.Then, we tackle the dilemma of giving birth at home when it feels safest, despite not feeling the most relaxed due to working from home. We'll share valuable perspectives on making the right choice for you.Curious about the accuracy of ultrasounds in diagnosing esophageal atresia?  Liz Eidelman, a mother of a baby born with EA, joins us to answer this question. And that's just the tip of the iceberg! In our extended version of this episode, available exclusively on Patreon and Apple subscriptions (ad-free, of course), we delve into a treasure trove of topics, including ABO incompatibility and jaundice, alternatives to ibuprofen for postpartum cramping, the newborn transition, nuchal cords at birth, and much more!As always, we close with quickies and a personal question about the best advice each of us has ever received. PS: Don't miss the outtake at the end of every episode. **********Down to Birth is sponsored by:Needed -- Optimal nutritional products for before, during and after pregnancyModern Nursery--Your one-stop shop for eco-friendly, stylish baby gearDrinkLMNT -- Purchase LMNT today and receive a free sample kit.Love Majka Products -- Support your milk supply.Silverette Nursing Cups -- Soothe and heal sore nipples with 925 silver nursing cups.Postpartum Soothe -- Herbs and padsicles to heal and comfort. Connect with us on Patreon for our exclusive content.Email Contact@DownToBirthShow.comInstagram @downtobirthshowCall us at 802-GET-DOWN Work with Cynthia: 203-952-7299 HypnoBirthingCT.com Work with Trisha: 734-649-6294 Please remember we don't provide medical advice. Speak to your licensed medical provider for all your healthcare matters.

KSL at Night
An infant found abandoned at the US/Mexico border

KSL at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 9:40


Hosts: Leah Murray and Derek Brown One of the conversations we are always having in this country is about the border of the United States with Mexico. Today we learned of a two-month-old infant that was found abandoned at the border. Is any work being done to address this issue? How is this affecting the budget discussion in the House? NewsNation's Southwest Correspondent Ali Bradley joins the show with the details.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The PreGame Podcast
PreGame - S7|Episode 29: "My booooo!"

The PreGame Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 108:45


Join hosts Kylo Ri, DJ Lloyd Willin', Deuce Touché, and David Roughin as they discuss the SuperBowl X Usher, Woman Mistakenly Stabs an Infant in Castelton, Doja Cat's "Scarlet", Lil Tecca, New K. Michelle, Chrisean Rock and Blueface Continued Fued, Writers Strike Ends, Kylo Ri's "Raise Your Hand", Humble Pie for Coach Prime, and much more! #Blessthebottle For all things PreGame Podcast visit www.livefromthepregame.com For exclusive content and experiences check out the PreGame Podcast on Patreon by visiting http://patreon.com/thepregamepodcast Secure Your Dreams by applying for your business loan today at www.bankable.org DOWNLOAD. LISTEN. WELCOME TO THE PREGAME.

KSL at Night
An infant found abandoned at the US/Mexico border

KSL at Night

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 10:40


Hosts: Leah Murray and Derek Brown One of the conversations we are always having in this country is about the border of the United States with Mexico. Today we learned of a two-month-old infant that was found abandoned at the border. Is any work being done to address this issue? How is this affecting the budget discussion in the House? NewsNation’s Southwest Correspondent Ali Bradley joins the show with the details.

Faith and Law
Bioethical Challenges and Exploiting Nascent Human Beings

Faith and Law

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 51:31


The development of medical treatments often requires use of human subjects, as well as human cells and body parts as models of human systems, to investigate mechanisms of action and to test therapeutics. Biotechnology has provided many successful therapies for previously intractable conditions, but also increasingly complex techniques that can alter what it means to be human and blur ethical lines. When we consider stem cells, cloning, gene editing, human-animal chimeras, organoids, embryoids and so-called synthetic embryos, what is ethical and what crosses the line of human dignity? Is any scientific endeavor justifiable because of a potential for cures, or are there ethical limits to efforts to heal or eliminate certain diseases all together? Do ethical alternatives exist that would benefit humanity without losing our ethical integrity?The Charlotte Lozier Institute has developed the Handbook of Nascent Human Beings to explain the science and to stimulate discussion on the ethics and moral permissibility of modern medicine and biotechnology. The place of this research in policy will also be discussed.David A. Prentice, Ph.D. is Vice President for Scientific Affairs at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. He is also Advisory Board Chair and a Founding Member for the Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center, a unique comprehensive stem cell center in Kansas that he was instrumental in creating. In 2020, he was appointed by the Secretary of HHS to the federal Human Fetal Tissue Ethics Advisory Board. Dr. Prentice has almost 50 years' experience as a scientific researcher and professor, including previous service as a staff member at Los Alamos National Laboratory, senior fellow at the Family Research Council, Professor of Life Sciences at Indiana State University, Adjunct Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics, Indiana University School of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Molecular Genetics at the John Paul II Institute, The Catholic University of America. He has provided scientific lectures, policy briefings and testimonies in 40 states and 21 countries, including before the U.S. House and Senate and numerous state legislatures, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the President's Council on Bioethics, European Parliament, British Parliament, Canadian Parliament, Australian Parliament, German Bundestag, French Senate, Swedish Parliament, the United Nations, and the Vatican.Tara Sander Lee, Ph.D., is Vice President and Director of Life Sciences at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. A scientist with over 20 years' experience in academic and clinical medicine with an emphasis on the cause of pediatric disease, Dr. Sander Lee earned a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the Medical College of Wisconsin followed by postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children's Hospital in molecular and cell biology. Dr. Sander Lee was an appointed faculty member at the Medical College of Wisconsin, where she directed a research laboratory investigating congenital heart disease in children and served as Scientific Director of Molecular Diagnostics at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. She has also served as a scientific consultant and is currently a member of the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Infant and Maternal Mortality.Dr. Sander Lee is dedicated to promoting ethical advancements in healthcare that protect the sanctity of every human life. She has given expert legislative testimony, numerous national media interviews, and provided scientific advice for legislators, policymakers, and organizations. Dr. Sander Lee is published in various medical journals and textbooks, including her most recent contribution to the book, Choose Life: Answering Support the show

Mr. Chazz's Leadership, Parenting and Teaching Podcast
Mental Models, Attachment, Visuals, and Baby Doll Circle Time with Mr. Chazz - CD1 Infant/Toddler (Part 3)

Mr. Chazz's Leadership, Parenting and Teaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 39:24


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My Crazy Family | A Podcast of Crazy Family Stories
Indiana Woman Charged After Allegedly Stabbing Infant Niece in a Bizarre Sandwich Argument

My Crazy Family | A Podcast of Crazy Family Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023 8:26


An unsettling incident at an Indianapolis Wyndham hotel has led to the arrest of Sharon Key, 32, who reportedly injured her 1-year-old niece in a chaotic attempt to attack her dog. The incident, as revealed by reliable sources including FOX59, the Indianapolis Star, and KFOR, took place after a dispute over a chicken sandwich.    The Disturbing Series of Events  On a seemingly ordinary Tuesday evening, Sharon Key, along with her family, stopped at a Burger King for some food. Upon their return to the Wyndham hotel, Key's sister placed the infant on the bed and retreated to prepare a bath for another child. However, what unfolded next is both tragic and perplexing.    As cited by KFOR, a perturbed Key, angered by her pit bull's audacity to devour her chicken sandwich, embarked on a frenzied chase with a knife. In a twist of misfortune, as the dog sought refuge on the same bed the baby was placed on, Key's alleged attempt to stab the animal went awry, grievously injuring the child instead.    This shocking sequence was corroborated by the child's mother, who, upon hearing a disturbing “commotion”, found her child in distress and covered in blood. Adding to the chilling scene was Key, knife in hand, allegedly confessing her unintended act to her sister. Key then made a hasty escape, only to be arrested the following morning, inconspicuously hiding in a nearby bush, as reported by the Indianapolis Star.    The Aftermath  The infant, tragically caught in this whirlwind of events, was immediately rushed to the hospital in a critical condition. While the child's physical injuries will heal over time, the emotional scars are undeniable. The victim's grandfather, Tracy Griffin, lamented to KFOR, "The child is scarred for the rest of her life."    A dive into Sharon Key's past, as revealed by jail records sourced from PEOPLE, uncovers a history marred with battery charges dating back to 2013. Further insights from the family indicate that Key's struggles with addiction and mental health had not gone unnoticed. They assert that city services failed to provide her with the requisite care, which might have played a part in this heart-rending episode.    Legal Proceedings  Sharon Key now faces serious legal repercussions. She has been charged with a criminal act using a deadly weapon and neglecting a dependent, as court records scrutinized by PEOPLE have confirmed. The gravity of the situation and the media attention it has garnered make it a case to watch.    As of now, there's uncertainty surrounding Key's legal representation. Efforts to contact her attorney by PEOPLE were unsuccessful, and it remains undetermined whether she has entered a plea.    Conclusion  This disturbing incident in Indianapolis serves as a grim reminder of the unpredictable outcomes when unchecked emotions, addiction, and mental health issues intersect. It also underscores the importance of timely intervention and support. Our thoughts are with the victim and her family, hoping for her swift recovery and long-term healing. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
Indiana Woman Charged After Allegedly Stabbing Infant Niece in a Bizarre Sandwich Argument

Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023 8:26


An unsettling incident at an Indianapolis Wyndham hotel has led to the arrest of Sharon Key, 32, who reportedly injured her 1-year-old niece in a chaotic attempt to attack her dog. The incident, as revealed by reliable sources including FOX59, the Indianapolis Star, and KFOR, took place after a dispute over a chicken sandwich.    The Disturbing Series of Events  On a seemingly ordinary Tuesday evening, Sharon Key, along with her family, stopped at a Burger King for some food. Upon their return to the Wyndham hotel, Key's sister placed the infant on the bed and retreated to prepare a bath for another child. However, what unfolded next is both tragic and perplexing.    As cited by KFOR, a perturbed Key, angered by her pit bull's audacity to devour her chicken sandwich, embarked on a frenzied chase with a knife. In a twist of misfortune, as the dog sought refuge on the same bed the baby was placed on, Key's alleged attempt to stab the animal went awry, grievously injuring the child instead.    This shocking sequence was corroborated by the child's mother, who, upon hearing a disturbing “commotion”, found her child in distress and covered in blood. Adding to the chilling scene was Key, knife in hand, allegedly confessing her unintended act to her sister. Key then made a hasty escape, only to be arrested the following morning, inconspicuously hiding in a nearby bush, as reported by the Indianapolis Star.    The Aftermath  The infant, tragically caught in this whirlwind of events, was immediately rushed to the hospital in a critical condition. While the child's physical injuries will heal over time, the emotional scars are undeniable. The victim's grandfather, Tracy Griffin, lamented to KFOR, "The child is scarred for the rest of her life."    A dive into Sharon Key's past, as revealed by jail records sourced from PEOPLE, uncovers a history marred with battery charges dating back to 2013. Further insights from the family indicate that Key's struggles with addiction and mental health had not gone unnoticed. They assert that city services failed to provide her with the requisite care, which might have played a part in this heart-rending episode.    Legal Proceedings  Sharon Key now faces serious legal repercussions. She has been charged with a criminal act using a deadly weapon and neglecting a dependent, as court records scrutinized by PEOPLE have confirmed. The gravity of the situation and the media attention it has garnered make it a case to watch.    As of now, there's uncertainty surrounding Key's legal representation. Efforts to contact her attorney by PEOPLE were unsuccessful, and it remains undetermined whether she has entered a plea.    Conclusion  This disturbing incident in Indianapolis serves as a grim reminder of the unpredictable outcomes when unchecked emotions, addiction, and mental health issues intersect. It also underscores the importance of timely intervention and support. Our thoughts are with the victim and her family, hoping for her swift recovery and long-term healing. Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK's Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com

CrossroadsET
Breastfeeding Mothers Pass mRNA From COVID Shots Onto Their Infants

CrossroadsET

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023 23:20


A new study from The Lancet shows that nursing mothers do pass mRNA from vaccines to their infants through breastmilk. The finding contradicts what many news outlets and some studies have claimed previously. Yet the finding aligns with safety studies that are rarely talked about. In this episode, we'll discuss what these studies say, and the implications this has on nursing mothers and their infants. ⭕️

Insight with Beth Ruyak
New COVID Vaccine Lacks Outreach | Autobiography on Healing from Infant Surgery | Sacramento Theatre Company ‘Peter and the Starcatcher'

Insight with Beth Ruyak

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023


Why those greatest at risk may not get the new COVID vaccine. New book “Autobiography of a Sea Creature: Healing the Trauma of Infant Surgery.” Sacramento Theatre Company's “Peter and the Starcatcher.” New COVID Vaccine Lacks Outreach This month, the FDA approved a new COVID vaccine. And this latest vaccine is one the FDA hopes will be updated annually, just like the flu shot. The problem is that those getting vaccinated have waned. According to the CDC, while roughly 70% of those 5 years and older in the U.S. completed the original vaccine, that dropped to 17% for the bivalent shot in 2022. And there is concern that a majority of people will skip this latest COVID vaccine, especially those who need it the most. Science journalist Amy Maxmen shares her reporting on the new COVID vaccine, and why those at greatest risk may not get it. Autobiography on Healing from Infant Surgery Up until 1986, it was believed infants weren't developed enough to feel or remember pain, and it was common practice to perform neonatal surgery without anesthesia. But the medical community was gravely wrong, and reversed course in 1987. Although unable to speak at the time, or consciously remember, there is growing awareness that trauma within the body can have a profound impact on your life. Wendy Williams has lived that journey and discusses her new book “Autobiography of a Sea Creature: Healing the Trauma of Infant Surgery.”  Sacramento Theatre Company ‘Peter and the Starcatcher' The Sacramento Theatre Company is opening its season with a youth production of "Peter and the Starcatcher." This production is the precursor to Peter Pan and Captain Hook and is performed by students from 4th grade through high school. Joining Insight are 11th grade actor Asher Wilson, Director William Schmidt and Miranda Lawson, Education Manager at the Sacramento Theatre Company.

Considering Catholicism (A Catholic Podcast)
Why Does the Church Baptize Infants?

Considering Catholicism (A Catholic Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 41:32


Greg and Ed discuss one of the most divisive issues between Catholics and evangelicals: infant vs. believer baptism. Please support the podcast: https://givebutter.com/BaUAnz We are a small non-profit ministry dedicated to educating and equipping people to live, share, and defend the historic Catholic faith. We receive no support from any organizations and rely completely on the generosity of our listeners. Help us to keep going and expand this ministry.

The Leading Voices in Food
E215: When Kids Age Out of WIC Support

The Leading Voices in Food

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 15:08


The third largest food assistance program in the United States is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, or WIC for short. WIC is designed to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to the age of five who are at risk of inadequate nutrition. WIC provides funds for specific foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to healthcare. However, regardless of school attendance and access to school meals, children age out of the program the month after their fifth birthday. Today, I am talking with the University of Georgia's Travis Smith, an agricultural economist who, along with his co-author, Pourya Valizedah studied the effects of aging out of WIC on children's diets. Interview Summary Before we discuss your recent paper, why did you decide to study aging out of WIC? There's been a lot of work on pregnant and postpartum women participants of the WIC program, and also infants, and all of that research is definitely very important. There's been less work on child participants, and one thing we were interested in was this arbitrary rule about kids losing access to WIC in the month after they turned five years old. We knew that this rule was set up because most kids start school when they turn five, although it's not WHEN they turn five. Some previous work that I had done with my co-author Pourya on school foods, we knew that school foods really impact kids' diet quality in a positive way. We were interested in what happens to some of these kids that have this potentially long gap in their food assistance. It's really fascinating to learn that there was a lot of research in this space on WIC oriented to mothers, and it sounds like what you're saying, little or not as much was focused on children. I'm interested to understand why do you think that's the case given the orientation of this program? That's a great question. I think there's probably two ways to look at this. I think the most important is that most people would consider pregnant women and infancy the most vulnerable times of your life, and so understanding how the program impacts the most vulnerable would be of first order importance. Also, some of the early work that came out in the 1980s when people started really looking into the efficacy of WIC, focused on birth weights, for example, and you see that WIC's impact on low birth weights far outweighs the cost of WIC itself. For example, we're talking about women that live in low-income households, so in most cases, when these women go to give birth they most likely might be on Medicaid. Any outcome that would be a negative outcome or an adverse outcome at birth would be paid for through Medicaid. That was the first place that people looked, and that's when researchers realized very quickly that WIC is paying for itself just on the women participants and the child participants together at birth. There is definitely other research on children, it's just not as much research. That's great. Let's go ahead and dig into the paper that was recently published in the American Journal for Agricultural Economics. What's the upshot? What did you find? The upshot is that it seems like that WIC does work in terms of providing nutritious foods to the child participants. These are kids that are two, three, and four years old. One reason that that's important is that we know as kids age, the probability that they stay on WIC, even when they're eligible, declines dramatically. For example, at birth, as I mentioned earlier, I think the take-up rate is over 95%. That is because postpartum, immediately after birth, medical providers will give a screener at the hospital and if they see that Moms are eligible for WIC, they'll ask if you want to sign up. Part of the WIC package is to get free infant formula if the mother doesn't want to breastfeed or she's partially breastfeeding. So, you see a large uptake at that point. But then after the kid turns one and the package switches to milk and cereal and fruits and vegetables, that's where we start to see parents and caregivers not re-certify the children. Over time, by the time you get to four-year-olds, you're looking at, out of all the four-year-olds that are eligible, depends on what study you look at, but it's definitely under 50% participation, probably in the 30 to 40% range that are taking part in the program. For those that are participating, we're looking at what is being reported by the parents that the kids are actually eating. What we're finding is that foods provided through WIC, which are healthy foods, do impact foods that the kids are consuming. This raises an important question about what you did in the study. This idea of how you describe food as nutritional or healthy - could you tell us a little bit more about how you measured diet quality? I know that there's also an interest in the quantity, so please explain. That's right. We use this measure called the Healthy Eating Index developed by nutritionists. It gives you a score from between zero and 100, just like you'd have a test in school. The way it works is there are 13 different components, for example, one would be fruits. As you get closer to eating the recommended fruit consumption for that age group, you can score more and more points. There are other food groups such as vegetables and whole grains, etc. There are even some components that are nutrients, like saturated fats and added sugars. As you get closer and closer to the recommendations on all these different components, you get closer and closer to scoring a 100. We use this algorithm based off what the parents are reporting that the kids are eating. Then we're able to score how well they eat on this range from zero to 100. Now, I'll tell you, the scores that they're getting aren't that great, right? It's around 50 out of 100, so there's already room in improvement. This is not just for kids that are on WIC, this is in general, across all ages. Americans have a lot of room to improve their diet, and so that is our main outcome in terms of the quality. But we did also look at the quantity or the overall calories that the kids were consuming as well. So, what you found was those kids, when they aged out of WIC, before they actually entered into school, they had lower quality diets? Was the same true with the quantity? I mean, in terms of the number of calories, could you tell us a little bit about that? That's right. When we first looked at the sample in total, we didn't really find much of an effect of aging out of WIC program. But we were concerned whether the kids are in school or not. So, where we find the reduction in diet quality is for the kids that are born in, say the winter, late fall period. These are called late school starters. These are kids that generally are born after the cutoff date to go to kindergarten. So, for example, if a kid was born in September, they would miss the kindergarten cutoff. For most states, that would be August. So, they would lose WIC in October, and then they must wait all the way until the next school year before they would go on to most likely free school meals. We were able to split the sample into these late school starters, and then you have the other kids that are born, for example, maybe in the summer, so they would lose WIC but then could seamlessly slide into school food programs. For those kids that lose WIC and then go into the school programs, or maybe they even lose WIC while they're in school, depending on the state, we see no effects at all on the quality of their diet or the quantity of their diet. But for the kids that are these late school starters, the ones that are born in the winter or late fall, that's where we see this decline of on average of 20% decline in the quality of the food that they're consuming. But we still, for them, for those kids, we still find absolutely no effect on the quantity. What we're seeing is that parents or caregivers lose access to these nutritious foods that are being provided for free through the WIC program. But they're still feeding their kids the same number of calories. They are just switching to lower quality foods. Is that finding true for everyone? Or are there differences in the individuals that you looked at in this study? You can kind of imagine that if you were able to rank kids in households based on who's consuming the lowest quality diet, they would be on the very lower end of this HEI score versus kids that typically consume a much higher quality diet. They would be up higher at the end of this spectrum. This could be for a whole host of unknown reasons, right? It could just be the kids' own food preference, the household that they live in, and the parents' preference. It could be the food environment. But regardless of whatever those reasons are, what we found was that the kids that typically consume high quality diets at home, so they're on the upper end, we see really no effects for them when aging out of WIC. Where all the action is, where all the deficits and the diet quality come from are at the lower end. So, these are the most vulnerable kids that live potentially in areas with inadequate access to healthy food or whatever it may be, they're the ones that are taking the largest hit, and arguably, they're the most vulnerable. This difference across households or across children is really important to recognize and it's an important place for interventions as we think about what the implication of your work suggests. So that's one of the questions I'm interested in understanding. What, if any, are the long-term effects of children aging out of WIC? It seems like there's a special period that this is happening. Do you think there are effects beyond that window of time before they start school? I think that there probably are. Now, we couldn't address that specifically in our study because of the way our study was designed. The effects that we're looking at are just for this transition when they're around the period that they're losing access around five. One reason just intuitively to kind of understand is why we can't extrapolate this out is that. As we add months past five years old, the probability that that kid is going to go into school is going to be increasing. So, you're going to start muddling the positive effects of school food programs. But to speak to these long-term effects, there's this whole long literature from nutritionists, and your listeners will probably just know this anecdotally, if you have small children or had kids or been around kids, is that it's really hard to get them to eat healthy, right? Or to try new foods. The WIC program is providing this opportunity to have access to these healthy foods, and the problem is that, I think, many people would also realize, or again, anecdotally, you would kind of realize that it's really easy for kids to have a reversion, right? You've been trying really hard, you're getting them to eat that broccoli, but then if all of a sudden you lose access to broccoli, and they say, oh, I can eat the French fries. It's really easy to go back to just eating those French fries and you take all this kind of nutrition capital, so to speak, that's been developed over these years of being on the WIC program, could quickly be wiped out. So that is a very important period. That's what the nutrition literature says. We haven't looked at these longer-term effects yet. Well, thank you for that. Travis, it's interesting to find this idea that the calories don't change. So, if you will, the quantity doesn't change, but the mix, the nutritional value of the foods that children are eating changes if they age out of WIC. So, the question is, what challenges do you think parents are facing to continue to buy the WIC items or to buy these more nutritious foods during this age out period? Yes, that's right. WIC is acting as a small income transfer, and so when you lose WIC, parents must then use their own money to buy food. By and large, whole grain bread, for example, will be more expensive than refined grains. Processed fruits and vegetables that may be canned that come with added syrups or fats will be cheaper than fresh produce. All these things add up when the parents are still feeding their kids the same amount of food and they're making these small substitutions for the lower quality foods. You do see that add up. I will point out that in terms of the calories, there was also another paper that came out right after our paper by Marian Bitler that showed that they were able to look at what was going on in the households. What they find is that the moms actually do reduce their own calories, which is a finding that we've seen in the context of WIC and other programs, and also, I think it seems, I guess obvious, is that the parents would be more likely to take the hit and shield their kids. Your paper doesn't speak to that, but there are these other implications for others in the household. Wow, this is really important work. Thank you for sharing that. I'm interested in the policy shifts that could happen. How could policy change affect this issue, this problem, and the negative effects of aging out? What kind of policy tweaks are possible, and do you have a sense of the cost of that? The obvious policy fix is to change the arbitrary rule of kids lose WIC in the month after they turn five years old, and just say, "Hey, you can stay on WIC until you get into kindergarten." We were curious about how much that would cost. We know from administrative cost data from the USDA how much it costs on average per month for a four year old to be on WIC, and so we just extrapolated that number out, assuming that births are random across the year, so that would mean you would have 1/12th of the population that would have to stay on WIC for 11 more months and then you have another 1/12th that would stay on for 10 months, and so on and so forth. We calculated the total cost of that under the current rules, and it came out to about a hundred million dollars, which sounds large, right? A hundred million dollars. But you must put that into context of the current spending. WIC currently costs about 5.7 billion, with a b, so that change comes out to about a 2% increase in the program to allow kids to stay on WIC until they turn five years old. Not only is that a small percentage of the WIC program, but that's also less than a drop in the bucket in terms of food assistance spending. Again, to have a better context, the SNAP program costs, last year, I think it was about $120 billion, so it's actually a very small amount to allow kids to stay on the program.  Is there any political movement or any movement in the legislature to address this problem? Somewhat. There's been a bill called the WIC Act, which would allow states to seek a waiver from the federal government to do just that: to allow kids to stay on WIC until they get into kindergarten, or they turn six, whichever comes first. This has been proposed, I think at least since 2015, over and over. It's bipartisan that has sponsors on both sides of the aisle, and it's been proposed in the House and the Senate and in both also bipartisan support. But it's never gotten out of committee, which means they sent it to committee, doesn't get marked up, and it's never left. I don't know if this year will be any different. There's been several other bills that pertained to WIC that have also been proposed. I think there's more interest in revamping WIC. Whether this will happen with this particular one, I'm not sure, because as you may know right now, Congress is asking for more money to pay for WIC because it is discretionary, it's not mandatory. So, who knows, right? But there is this proposal to allow this to happen. Bio Travis Smith is an associate professor at the University of Georgia, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. His research interests focus on the economics of food, health, and nutrition, with a focus on food assistance programs.  

Katie's Essential Oils Apothecary
#438/#167: Diet Soda Consumption During Pregnancy TRIPLES Autism In Infant Boys. Why Isn’t This Front Page News?!

Katie's Essential Oils Apothecary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 17:23


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La Croix Church
No Longer Infants | For the Sake of Others | September 24, 2023

La Croix Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 35:05


The Times of Israel Daily Briefing
If you will it? PM hails looming peace with Saudi Arabia at UN

The Times of Israel Daily Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2023 20:07


Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Editor David Horovitz and environment reporter Sue Surkes join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the United Nations on Friday. What were Horovitz's takeaways from the 25-minute speech? On Saturday, the Saudi foreign minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan also addressed the UN General Assembly. Which country was not named in his speech. Around 2,000 protesters opposed to the government's judicial overhaul rallied Friday against Netanyahu as he delivered his speech and he also sat down with US Jewish leadership. What came out of that meeting? Surkes just returned from Chad where she accompanied a group of neonatologists on a unique aid mission aimed at dramatically reducing preventable Infant mortality rates in Africa. She tells us more. Discussed articles include: Netanyahu wraps up US visit as protesters shout ‘shame' at departing convoy in NY Full text of Netanyahu's UN address: ‘On the cusp of historic Saudi-Israel peace' Netanyahu predicts a new Middle East, is silent on the havoc he's unleashed in Israel In UN speech, Saudi FM urges formation of Palestinian state, doesn't mention Israel 2,000 protest against Netanyahu outside UN as he addresses General Assembly In meet with US Jewish leaders, PM dodges criticism of extremist coalition partners Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, September 22, 2023 at United Nations headquarters. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Saints Edified
Where Does Scripture Command Infant Baptism? | Audio Blog

Saints Edified

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2023 11:33


Check out the blog article at https://saintsedified.org/where-is-the-command-to-baptize-children-of-believers-in-scripture. We will be converting most of our blogs to audio for your convenience! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saints-edified/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saints-edified/support

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast
Midwives and the Elements: Earth

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 53:23


Welcome back to our "Midwives and the Elements" mini-series. In this episode, we ground ourselves as we focus on the earth/land element.These midwives will unveil stories of navigating the relentless challenges that Mother Earth can present, from treacherous earthquakes to alternative paths around washed-out roads and clinging to their resolve amidst deep, unyielding mud.You'll also hear about midwives who step into the most sacred spaces of their client's lives, offering care and support even when the space is not at all what they would typically expect.Intriguingly, you'll also witness how the harshest facet of the earth element isn't also found in the land itself but in the human dynamics intertwined with it. Join us on this compelling journey through the earth element, where resilience, compassion, and the indomitable spirit of midwives shine in the face of adversity.Show Resources-Homeopathy for Childbirth Course

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59. Healing Through Infant Loss with Amanda and Adam Wilcock

You Might Relate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 69:46


In this episode, I am honored to have Amanda and Adam Wilcock as my guests, who bravely open up about their journey through the loss of their son, Sam, shortly after his birth. They courageously walk us through the depths of their experience, shedding light on the complexity of parental grief and life moving forward. We explored the profound lessons they've learned, offering valuable insights on how to support others navigating their own grieving journeys. Amanda and Adam are the founders of Simply A Miracle, a nonprofit organization focused on giving support to families experiencing infant loss. You can find their website and how to donate here. You can also find them on Instagram and Facebook. Simply A Miracle is having their annual fundraiser on Saturday, September 30, 2023 in Cedar City, Utah. For more information visit here. Amanda's book "Someone I Love Lives In Heaven" is available for purchase on Amazon. For more resources, connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok.

RawFork Podcast
S06E15 - Process-Oriented Healing through the Body via Movement and Touch with Cara Liguori

RawFork Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 66:40


Hi my dear listeners! I am thrilled to introduce my next guest because we talk about the starkly opposing ideologies between Western and Eastern medicine, in the context of infant movement development and beyond. Cara Angela Liguori is a Somatic Practitioner, Infant Developmental Movement Educator, and Dream Guide whose creative healing journey began with dance and music. She is currently earning a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. In her one-on-one practice, Cara uses integrative touch, somatics, and guided meditations to support her clients' body-mind-spirit integration. For infants and their caregivers, Cara provides education and skill-building for cultivating secure attachment skills and resilient movement and nervous system development through embodied observation, co-regulation, and handling techniques. In all her work, she facilitates connections with the underlying pathways of support that lead people to deepened relationships with themselves and others. Cara's practice is client-centered, trauma-informed, and process-oriented. She is a certified practitioner of Zero Balancing, Esalen Massage, Somatic Movement Education for Adults and Infants via the School for Body-Mind Centering®, and Pilates. Please tune into this fascinating episode. I'd love to hear what you thought in the comments! Cara would like to acknowledge her Body-Mind Centering® teachers who include Amy Matthews, Sarah Barnaby, Satu Palokangas, her IDME cohort, and the founder, Bonnie Bainbridge-Cohen. Connect with Cara via: Website + newsletter: www.caraliguoriwellbeing.com Email cara.liguori@gmail.com Follow on instagram Embodiment and Integration: The Well of my Being Blog Quote: “Science is always catching up to practices born from sensory experience + internal knowing.” Visit https://marinabuksov.com for more holistic content. Music from https://www.purple-planet.com. Disclaimer: Statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

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Daily Dose of Encouragement
Friday - Devotion To The Infant Jesus

Daily Dose of Encouragement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 3:03


Devotion To The Infant Jesus

Raising Good Humans
S3 Ep 38: Big Little Feelings - The Toddler Mamas are here!

Raising Good Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 44:14


This episode originally aired in December of 2020.Big Little Feelings duo Kristin and Deena are answering listener questions about toddlers. Topics include power struggles, hitting, biting, time-outs, feelings, talking about death and bath time struggles. Produced by Dear MediaThis episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Daily Dose of Encouragement
Thursday - Devotion To The Infant Jesus

Daily Dose of Encouragement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2023 3:11


Devotion To The Infant Jesus

Daily Dose of Encouragement
Wednesday - Devotion To The Infant Jesus

Daily Dose of Encouragement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 1:57


Devotion To The Infant Jesus

HelixTalk - Rosalind Franklin University's College of Pharmacy Podcast
171 - Two Vax's and a MAB: What's New in RSV Prevention

HelixTalk - Rosalind Franklin University's College of Pharmacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2023 42:31


In this episode, we briefly review RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) infections and focus on new data supporting the use of two different RSV vaccines (Abrysvo and Arvexy) in preventing RSV infections in older adults and in pregnant women. Key Concepts RSV is a contagious respiratory virus that is usually mild and self-limiting in most patients but can cause severe disease especially in young children or older adults with certain risk factors. The FDA recently approved two vaccines for RSV (Abrysvo from Pfizer and Arexvy from GSK). The initial FDA approval was for adults 60 years of age and older; however, the FDA recently granted an additional indication for Abrysvo for pregnant women (to prevent the infant from severe RSV infection once born). When studied in older adults, both vaccines did meet efficacy criteria but the incidence of RSV infection was relatively low and thus the number needed to treat (NNT) is high. Both studies were done at times with lower RSV prevalence - the NNT would likely be more favorable during RSV outbreaks. Unlike Abrysvo, Arvexy (GSK) contains an adjuvant to improve the immune response. Although direct comparisons of efficacy and safety are not appropriate, Arvexy does appear to elicit more systemic adverse effects such as fever, myalgias, headache, and fatigue. References Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection (RSV). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://www.cdc.gov/rsv/index.html Abrysvo (respiratory syncytial virus vaccine). US Food & Drug Administration. https://www.fda.gov/vaccines-blood-biologics/abrysvo Arexvy (respiratory syncytial virus vaccine, adjuvanted). US Food & Drug Administration. https://www.fda.gov/vaccines-blood-biologics/arexvy Use of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccines in Older Adults: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices — United States, 2023. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). July 21, 2023 / 72(29);793-801. https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/72/wr/mm7229a4.htm CDC. ACIP Recommendations. Last reviewed August 4, 2023. www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/recommendations.html. Accessed August 23, 2023. RENOIR - Walsh EE, Pérez Marc G, Zareba AM, et al. Efficacy and Safety of a Bivalent RSV Prefusion F Vaccine in Older Adults. N Engl J Med. 2023;388(16):1465-1477. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa2213836 AReSVi-006 - Papi A, Ison MG, Langley JM, et al. Respiratory Syncytial Virus Prefusion F Protein Vaccine in Older Adults. N Engl J Med. 2023;388(7):595-608. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa2209604 MATISSE - Kampmann B, Madhi SA, Munjal I, et al. Bivalent Prefusion F Vaccine in Pregnancy to Prevent RSV Illness in Infants. N Engl J Med. 2023;388(16):1451-1464. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa2216480 RSV-NET Interactive Dashboard. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://www.cdc.gov/rsv/research/rsv-net/dashboard.html ACIP Meeting Information - Meeting Materials. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/meetings/index.html

Daily Dose of Encouragement
Tuesday - Devotion To The Infant Jesus

Daily Dose of Encouragement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2023 3:44


Devotion To The Infant Jesus 

Mom Tips
FDA Approves RSV Vaccine for Pregnant Moms To Protect Infant

Mom Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 1:39


The FDA has approved a vaccine for RSV that will be given to pregnant people to protect infants for the first six months of their lives.

Daily Dose of Encouragement
Monday - Devotion To The Infant Jesus

Daily Dose of Encouragement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 4:20


Devotions To The Infant Jesus

Relaxing White Noise
White Noise for Your Baby | 8 Hour Sleep Sounds for Infants

Relaxing White Noise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 480:46


It can be difficult to soothe your crying baby, which can be super frustrating as a parent. White noise can be just what your baby needs to finally fall asleep. White noise can be similar to the sounds babies hear in the womb, making a comfortable environment that's perfect for sleeping. It can also help cover up background distractions that keep them up at night. Next time your colicky baby struggles getting some sleep, try playing this white noise for babies. While playing white noise for babies, it's important to keep tabs on the volume, because any white noise machine, smartphone, or computer can put out levels that are too loud for your child. It's recommended to play the sound at least a few feet from where your infant is sleeping and to keep the volume no louder than the sound of a soft shower. Parents can download an app to turn their smartphone into a sound level meter. One good, free, option is the sound level meter app created by the U.S. National Institutes for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) available on the app store as the NIOSH SLM app. Here are some great products to help you sleep! Relaxing White Noise receives a small commission (at no additional cost to you) on purchases made through affiliate links. Thanks for supporting the podcast! Visit:⁠ ⁠Nuzzie weighted blankets and enter code ‘RWN10' to receive an EXTRA TEN PERCENT off Nuzzie weighted blankets. At Relaxing White Noise, our goal is to help you sleep well. This episode is eight hours long with no advertisements in the middle, so you can use it as a sleeping sound throughout the night. Listening to our white noise sounds via the podcast gives you the freedom to lock your phone at night, keeping your bedroom dark as you fall asleep. It also allows you to switch between apps while studying or working with no interruption in the ambient sound. Check out the 12-Hour version on YouTube Contact Us for Partnership Inquiries Relaxing White Noise is the number one destination on YouTube for white noise and nature sounds to help you sleep, study or soothe a baby. With more than a billion views across YouTube and other platforms, we are excited to now share our popular ambient tracks on the Relaxing White Noise podcast. People use white noise for sleeping, focus, sound masking or relaxation. We couldn't be happier to help folks live better lives. This podcast has the sound for you whether you use white noise for studying, to soothe a colicky baby, to fall asleep or for simply enjoying a peaceful moment. No need to buy a white noise machine when you can listen to these sounds for free. Cheers to living your best life! DISCLAIMER: Remember that loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. When playing one of our ambiences, if you cannot have a conversation over the sound without raising your voice, the sound may be too loud for your ears. Please do not place speakers right next to a baby's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening to the white noise sounds and consult an audiologist or your physician. The sounds provided by Relaxing White Noise are for entertainment purposes only and are not a treatment for sleep disorders or tinnitus. If you have significant difficulty sleeping on a regular basis, experience fitful/restless sleep, or feel tired during the day, please consult your physician. Relaxing White Noise Privacy Policy © Relaxing White Noise LLC, 2023. All rights reserved. Any reproduction or republication of all or part of this text/visual/audio is prohibited.

One Life Radio Podcast
#2080 Ray Flores - Children's Health Defense

One Life Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023


On today's show, Bernadette covers Top News and Views of the Week from The Defender Newsletter and the Children's Health Defense with Ray Flores. Ray Flores is a leading health freedom attorney. After graduating from UCLA in the 1980s, he found his 1st calling in the natural products business. He became an attorney in 2004 to protect health from being attacked by regulatory agencies. He NOW serves as senior outside counsel and represents Children's Health Defense in several groundbreaking lawsuits. Read the articles they discuss on the Children's Health Defense website, or get ahead of the game by signing up for the Defender newsletter.  Here are just a few of the stories they talk about:Baby Who Died 34 Hours After Vaccines Had Toxic Level of Aluminum in His Blood, Report ConfirmsAppeals Court Rules Biden Administration Likely Violated First Amendment by Pressuring Tech Firms to Censor Social Media Posts  ‘Unconscionable': FDA Approves New COVID Vaccines — Even for Infants as Young as 6 Months — Based on Minimal Data or TestingThank you to our sponsors!Cardio Miracle - A comprehensive heart and health supplement utilizing over 50 ingredients. Visit cardiomiracle.com today for an automatic 15% OFF your order! Enviromedica – Rewild your gut with spore-based probiotics and wild-harvested prebiotics designed to support a healthy and diverse microbiome.Children's Health Defense - Listen every Monday as we cover the top stories from the CHD‘s Defender NewsletterSunwarrior - Use the code OLR for 20% off your purchase!Well Being Journal - For nutritional, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health.Thorne - Get 20% off your order and free shipping!

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Proposed WIC funding cuts raise nutrition concerns for low-income families

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 6:29


With a possible government shutdown looming, one federal program facing funding cuts is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), which helps low-income families buy healthy foods. Nell Menefee-Libey, public policy manager for the nonprofit National WIC Association, joins Ali Rogin to discuss the potential impact on millions of children and pregnant people. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Love and Murder
Raw Ky's Rant About a Firefighter Who Killed an Infant - Michael Ormond

Love and Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 6:43


Here's another "Ky's Rant"Today's episode is a mini-rant that I needed to share with you. This raw and unedited segment tackles a recent news article that left me outraged and disgusted.Trigger warning: this story involves child abuse. Please share this episode to your social media to share the news and bring justice for the victims (including the ones the victims left behind)Sources from this episode:https://people.com/firefighter-allegedly-confessed-physical-abuse-baby-7970518?This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4348896/advertisement

PBS NewsHour - Health
Proposed WIC funding cuts raise nutrition concerns for low-income families

PBS NewsHour - Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 6:29


With a possible government shutdown looming, one federal program facing funding cuts is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC), which helps low-income families buy healthy foods. Nell Menefee-Libey, public policy manager for the nonprofit National WIC Association, joins Ali Rogin to discuss the potential impact on millions of children and pregnant people. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

SHINING MIND PODCAST
Episode #146. Busting Mental Health Myths, Human Experience and Social Prescriptions with Beth Tyson, Trauma Expert, Consultant and Therapist, Philadelphia, United States

SHINING MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 61:37


In this enlightening episode, we're joined by Beth Tyson, an expert trauma therapist, to demystify some common myths about mental health and child psychology. Myth #1: Neglecting the Emotional Lives of Infants and ToddlersThe critical role that early life experiences play in long-term mental health. She sheds light on the significance of implicit and emotional memories stored during these formative years and the importance of proactive care over reactive treatment.Myth #2: Labeling Natural Reactions to Trauma as 'Disorders'The pros and cons of psychiatric diagnoses, particularly their role in facilitating insurance coverage versus their potential to stigmatize and limit people. She advocates for a more nuanced understanding of the human experience, especially when it comes to survivors of childhood trauma.Myth #3: The Burden of Individual Responsibility for Systemic ProblemsThe limitations of self-care and skill development in the face of systemic and intergenerational trauma. She calls for an approach that addresses societal root causes rather than solely focusing on the individual.Myth #4: Expecting High Achievement in Psychologically Unsafe EnvironmentsTouching on the intersection of basic neuroscience and human potential, Beth argues that the expectation for children to excel in unsafe environments is both unrealistic and damaging to their mental well-being.Myth #5: Associating Shame with Anxiety and Panic AttacksThe common misconception that experiencing anxiety or panic attacks is somehow a sign of weakness or moral failing. She emphasizes their role as natural responses to stress and how, surprisingly, they can also serve positive functions.Myth #6: The Overlooked Importance of Caregiver Support in Childhood TherapyThe vital need for holistic approaches that involve caregivers in a child's therapy journey, arguing that without this support, sustainable progress is unlikely.ConclusionBeth Tyson helps us unravel these myths, empowering us to make informed and compassionate decisions for our mental well-being and that of our children.Join the ConversationFor an ongoing discussion on children's mental health and childhood trauma, Beth invites you to join her private Facebook group, Emotiminds, a growing community of over 4,600 parents and mental health professionals.Beth Tyson, MA, is a childhood trauma consultant, a 3x best-selling author, and a tireless advocate for the mental health of children and families. She founded Beth Tyson Trauma Consulting to provide trauma-responsive training and resources to organizations committed to supporting the emotional well-being of families.https://www.bethtyson.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/bethtyson/Links to social prescribinghttps://kdehub.ca/projects/mh-covid/social-prescribing-for-better-mental-health/Support the showSubscribe and support the podcast at https://www.buzzsprout.com/367319/supporters/newLearn more at www.profselenabartlett.com

Healthy Mom Healthy Baby Tennessee
EO: 104 Breastfeeding with Dr. Sarah Eriksen

Healthy Mom Healthy Baby Tennessee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 30:44


Social determinants of breastfeeding:Standish KR, Parker MG. Social Determinants of Breastfeeding in the United States. Clin Ther. 2022 Feb;44(2):186-192. doi: 10.1016/j.clinthera.2021.11.010. Epub 2021Dec 12. PMID: 34906370.Intention to breastfeed prior to delivery:Hamner HC, Beauregard JL, Li R, Nelson JM, Perrine CG. Meeting breastfeeding intentions differ by race/ethnicity, Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study-2. MaternChild Nutr. 2021 Apr;17(2):e13093. doi: 10.1111/mcn.13093. Epub 2020 Oct 1.PMID: 33006242; PMCID: PMC7988881.Disparities in access to human milk in the NICU:Shah, S., Miller, E.R. Advocating for donormilk access in Medicaid: bringing equity to the neonatal intensive careunit. Pediatr Res 91, 14–16 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-021-01807-wIABLEHome- The Institute for Breastfeeding and Lactation Education (IABLE) (lacted.org)E-Lactanciae-lactancia.Is this compatible with breastfeeding?TN Mother's Milk Bankhttps://www.milkbanktn.org/No content or comments made in any TIPQC Healthy Mom Healthy Baby Podcast is intended to be comprehensive or medical advice. Neither healthcare providers nor patients should rely on TIPQC's Podcasts in determining the best practices for any particular patient. Additionally, standards and practices in medicine change as new information and data become available and the individual...

Raising Good Humans
S3 Ep 37: When Your Kid Makes A Mistake Online

Raising Good Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 39:41


You won't want to miss this one. Continuing our fascinating conversation, Devorah Heitner joins me once again this week to dive deeper on our current reality: Our kids grow up online. We discuss college admissions, anonymous accounts, group chats, and evaluating our own expectations.Hero Bread: Visit hero.co and use code HUMANS at checkout for 10% off your first purchase.BetterHelp: www.betterhelp.com/HUMANSNordic Naturals: Shop today at nordic.com. Use promo code: RGH for 20% off your first order.Pillsbury:Find more weeknight dinner recipes at Pillsbury.comProduced by Dear MediaThis episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

John Fredericks Radio Network
Episode #890 Dr. Dunnavant: Killing Infants at Birth Is My Opponents Game; I Deliver Life

John Fredericks Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 32:57


09/15/2023 PODCAST Episodes #890 - #893 GUEST: Siobhan Dunnavant, Charles Marino, Ralph Norman, Andy Ogles, John McLaughlin, Harvey Risch + YOUR CALLS! at 1-888-480-JOHN (5646) and GETTR Live! @jfradioshow #GodzillaOfTruth #TruckingTheTruth   Want more of today's show? Episode #890 Dr. Dunnavant: Killing Infants at Birth Is My Opponents Game; I Deliver Life Episode #891 McCarthy's New Best Friends: Biden and Jeffries Episode #892 Nashville Goes Chicago-McCarthy Must Compromise Episode #893 DEMS In Panic Mode - They'll Try Another Steal   https://johnfredericksradio.libsyn.com/

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio
#207. Our Favorites, Revisited: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 81:22


Inspired by Bri's Greatest Hits and the 200th episode of The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge, Sarah, Erin, and Rachel are each revisiting their own favorite episodes from the past four years of podcasting.   This week, Erin revisits an unforgettable conversation with Elizabeth Entenmann, recorded in October 2021 to commemorate Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.  It's Episode 105: Erin's One Question Interview   From the original show notes:   October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and in this installment of Erin's One-Question Interview, the Ladies welcome Elizabeth Entenmann as she shares the heartrending story of her personal experience with pregnancy loss.  Beginning with two first-trimester miscarriages and culminating in the tragic loss of her near-term son Rocky, Liz's honest and open account provides a touching reminder to the Church that pregnancy loss may be closer than we might think—but that God's love and mercy are always closer still.  Connect with the Lutheran Ladies on social media in The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge Facebook discussion group (facebook.com/groups/LutheranLadiesLounge) and on Instagram @lutheranladieslounge. Follow Sarah (@hymnnerd), Rachel (@rachbomberger), and Erin (@erinaltered) on Instagram! Sign up for the Lutheran Ladies' Lounge monthly e-newsletter here, and email the Ladies at lutheranladies@kfuo.org.

Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey
Doctor Posts Infant Autopsy On IG?!

Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2023 75:00


Update: Parents of baby decapitated during botched delivery hired autopsy doctor who inappropriately took video and posted it to Instagram. Megyn Kelly Grills Trump on Covid. Earthquake in Morocco death toll 2900+ and much more.Host: Dr. Rashad Richey (@IndisputableTYT) Guest Host: Sharon Reed (@SharonReedLive)***SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/IndisputableTYTFACEBOOK: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/IndisputableTYTTWITTER: ☞ https://www.twitter.com/IndisputableTYTINSTAGRAM: ☞ https://www.instagram.com/IndisputableTYT Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Informed Pregnancy Podcast
Ep. 372 The Business of Birthwork with Kyleigh Banks

Informed Pregnancy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2023 44:28


Mother, mentor, business coach, and host of the Birthworker Podcast Kyleigh Banks is here to discuss how she empowers doulas to thrive in business and turn their passion for birth into an impactful, sustainable, and wildly profitable career. Connect with the guest! Check out Birthworker.com Follow the Birthworker podcast: https://www.instagram.com/birthworkerpodcast/ Connect with Kyleigh Banks: https://www.instagram.com/theautonomymommy/ Keep up with Dr. Berlin and the Informed Pregnancy Project online! Check out Craniosacral Therapy for Infants and Newborns on Informed Pregnancy Blog: https://informedpregnancy.com/single-post/copy-of-title www.informedpregnancy.com www.instagram.com/doctorberlin/ www.facebook.com/InformedPregnancy www.twitter.com/doctorberlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Curiosity Daily
Korean Rockfish Power, Machu Picchu DNA, Breastfed Benefits

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 10:47


Today, you'll learn about a toxic fish that could help save lives, new secrets about the people who once lived in Machu Picchu, and a study that looked at the benefits of breastfeeding. Korean Rockfish Power“This fish delivers a nasty sting. Could it also save lives?” by Phie Jacobs. 2023. https://www.science.org/content/article/fish-delivers-nasty-sting-could-it-also-save-lives“Rockfish.” Monterey Bay Aquarium. N.d.https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/animals/animals-a-to-z/rockfish“What Is Cystic Fibrosis?” NIH. 2022. https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/cystic-fibrosisMachu Picchu DNA“Machu Picchu's servants hailed from distant lands conquered by the Incas, genetic study finds.” by Kristina Killgrove. 2023.https://www.livescience.com/archaeology/machu-picchus-servants-hailed-from-distant-lands-conquered-by-the-incas-genetic-study-finds“The discovery of Machu Picchu.” by Richard Cavendish. 2011. https://www.historytoday.com/archive/months-past/discovery-machu-picchu“Machu Picchu History and Discovery.” Discover Peru. n.d. http://www.discover-peru.org/machu-picchu-history/Breastfed Benefits “Breastfeeding is associated with a 33% reduction in first-year post-perinatal infant mortality.” EurekAlert! 2023. https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/996448“How Reliable Are the Birth Certificate Variables for Mothers with Medicaid Coverage?” by Embry M. Howell, et al. 2021. https://www.urban.org/sites/default/files/publication/104257/how-reliable-are-birth-certificate-variables-for-mothers-with-medicaid_1.pdf“What do we know about infant mortality in the U.S. and comparable countries?” by Rabah Kamal, et al. 2019. https://www.healthsystemtracker.org/chart-collection/infant-mortality-u-s-compare-countries/#Infant%20death%20rate%20per%201,000%20live%20births,%202007-2017“Infant Mortality.” CDC. 2022. https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/maternalinfanthealth/infantmortality.htm Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Raising Good Humans
S3 Ep 36: Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up, w/ Dr. Ellen Braaten

Raising Good Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2023 38:23


Join me for an eye-opening discussion with Dr. Ellen Braaten as we unlock the mysteries of motivation and discover how to create a nurturing environment for our children while respecting their unique strengths and interests. Dr. Ellen Braaten, a leading expert in child psychology and the director of The Learning and Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) at Massachusetts General Hospital, brings a wealth of knowledge and practical insights to the table. With years of research and clinical experience, Dr. Braaten has helped countless families unlock the keys to their children's motivation and navigate the often challenging waters of parental expectations.Produced by Dear MediaThis episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
Ep 867 | Should We Baptize Babies? | Q&A

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2023 34:42


Today we're answering a few of your questions: How do we navigate political disagreements in marriage, and what does the Bible say about lending people money? We also discuss infant baptism and overcoming church hurt and spiritual trauma and explain why, yes, it's sometimes okay to make fun of Hollywood. --- Timecodes: (00:44) How do I navigate political disagreements in marriage? (07:05) What does the Bible say about loaning people money? (12:03) Infant baptism? (20:28) Can you give us any hints about your next book? (21:20) Why is it okay to make fun of Hollywood? (22:59) Have you ever experiences church hurt / spiritual trauma? --- Today's Sponsors: Good Ranchers — get $30 OFF your box today at GoodRanchers.com – make sure to use code 'ALLIE' when you subscribe. You'll also lock in your price for two full years with a subscription to Good Ranchers! Patriot Mobile — go to PatriotMobile.com/ALLIE or call 878-PATRIOT and use promo code 'ALLIE' to get free activation! Constitution Wealth — align your values with your investments through your financial management. Go to ConstitutionWealth.com/ALLIE and schedule a FREE consultation! --- Relevant Episodes: Ep 798 | America's Sacrificing Orphans on the Altar of Transgenderism | Guests: Jessica Bates & Christiana Kiefer https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-798-americas-sacrificing-orphans-on-the-altar/id1359249098?i=1000611489190 --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise – use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices