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A Second Opinion with Senator Bill Frist, M.D.
195 - White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health: Senator Frist Leads Discussion on Evidence to Action

A Second Opinion with Senator Bill Frist, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 40:01


On September 28, 2022, the White House hosted a landmark conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health, the first of its kind in over 50 years. Previously in 1969, a similar White House conference dramatically shifted and shaped the direction of our nutrition guidelines and federal food support programs. There is hope that this convening in 2022 will lead to the development of a national strategy around our nation's most pressing food challenges.   We are sharing with you today a sampling of the conference. Our show features the panel I moderated, “Evidence to Action: Using research to guide policy and scale pilots.” On the panel, I'm joined by:   Swati Chandra, Director of the Los Angeles County Food Equity Roundtable,   Dr. Angela Odoms-Young, the Nancy Schlegel Meinig Associate Professor of Maternal and Child Nutrition and the Director of the Food and Nutrition Education in Communities Program at Cornell University   And Ross Wilson, the Executive Director of the Shah Family Foundation, a foundation in Boston focused on education, health care and community.   I want to thank the Biden-Harris White House for letting us share this event with our listeners.   You can watch the full White House Conference here: https://health.gov/our-work/nutrition-physical-activity/white-house-conference-hunger-nutrition-and-health/conference-streaming/   Biden-Harris Administration National Strategy on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health, Released September 2022: https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/White-House-National-Strategy-on-Hunger-Nutrition-and-Health-FINAL.pdf    A Fact Sheet on new White House commitments related to hunger, nutrition, and health can be found here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/09/28/fact-sheet-the-biden-harris-administration-announces-more-than-8-billion-in-new-commitments-as-part-of-call-to-action-for-white-house-conference-on-hunger-nutrition-and-health/ 

Happy as a Mother
141: Protecting Maternal Sleep with Dr. Nicole Leistikow, Reproductive Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist

Happy as a Mother

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 59:20


Moms often feel like sacrificing sleep is just a part of motherhood. But there is a relationship between sleep deprivation and postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, and other mental health concerns. If we want to support moms, protecting maternal sleep is important.  Today, I'm joined by reproductive psychiatrist and psychotherapist Dr. Nicole Leistikow  to discuss the role of protected sleep in maternal mental health and how families can work together to support moms.   Show notes: https://bit.ly/3EdRt7q  Book a Free 15 min Consult with a mom therapist: happyasamother.co/wellness  Follow Happy as a Mother on Instagram: instagram.com/happyasamother  Sign up for our weekly VIP Newsletter: happyasamother.co/newsletter  Register for one of our popular workshops: happyasamother.co/shop  

The Current
Grappling with maternal death in Canada

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 19:49


Maternal health experts say that many deaths related to pregnancy in Canada are preventable, but what's needed is a reliable system to collect and share information on maternal deaths and close calls. Matt Galloway talks to Tara Carman, a senior reporter with CBC's national investigative unit, about a CBC investigation into the problem.

Mississippi Edition
9/29/2022 - Senate Study Group | Maternal Suicide | College Excellence Awards

Mississippi Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 23:51


A special Senate study group formed after the Dobbs decision holds it first hearings.Then, we talk with a clinical psychologist about the increasing rates of maternal suicide — especially for Black mothers and pregnant people who are living in poverty.Plus, inside college prep data with a nationally-recognized education group. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Evolving with Nita Jain: Health | Science | Self-Improvement
How to Have a More Equal Partnership: Gender Roles, Social Conditioning, Cognitive Labor, & Maternal Gatekeeping

Evolving with Nita Jain: Health | Science | Self-Improvement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 9:09


Are women naturally more nurturing or are these roles simply the result of social conditioning? Any discussion revolving around a given gender's “natural” propensity towards certain roles is guaranteed to quickly get heated. In her book, Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home, Kate Mangino makes the case for gender parity within households. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit nitajain.substack.com

Evidence Based Birth®
EBB 240 - Top Five Most Surprising Findings from the EBB Abortion Research Guide with Dr. Rebecca Dekker & Doctoral Candidate Tyler Jean Dukes

Evidence Based Birth®

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 56:22 Very Popular


In today's episode, hosted by Evidence Based Birth® founder, Dr. Rebecca Dekker, along with Doctoral Candidate Tyler Jean Dukes, we talk about the five most surprising findings from compiling the EBB Abortion Research Resource Guide: 5) Research on the demographics of who has abortions as well as statistics on who supports/opposes abortion, 4) Historical research on the last time abortion was illegal in the U.S., and how the historical oppression of midwives relates to past campaigns against abortion, 3) Statistics on why so few people view adoption as a viable "alternative" to abortion, 2) History (past and present) of officials trying to "protect" fetuses while abusing pregnant people in immigrant detention centers, and 1) the funding and goals of crisis pregnancy centers, which outnumber abortion clinics in the U.S. threefold. The Abortion Research Resource Guide that we discuss in this podcast is available at: ebbirth.com/birthjustice. The Birth Justice page also features a video that our team recorded, explaining how the overturning of Roe v. Wade impacts our audience of childbearing families and birth workers, what we decided to do in response, and our boundaries for engaging with the public on this topic. TRIGGER WARNING: in this topic we will be talking openly about abortion research and history, which can be a very triggering topic. If, while listening to this podcast or reading the transcript, you feel your heart rate going up, or feel foggy, angry, intensely emotional, or unable to shake a past memory, it could be that you are experiencing a trigger. A trigger is a sign that you need to turn inward to process these emotions, and not outward to lash out at us. Some tips for inward processing include journaling, going outside, meditating, praying, breathing, holding and being physically close to a loved one, or talking with a trusted friend or counselor. We will also not shy away from talking about the history of racism, genderism, and how these topics inter-relate with abortion. We will also use a mix of gendered and gender-inclusive language, depending on the era of when the research was published and the population that was being studied. Other topics discussed include: · Maternal mortality · Slavery · Abuse in Immigrant detention centers · Religion · Adoption OUR BOUNDARY: prior to sending questions or comments to us on this topic, that you first watch the video mentioned above (or read the transcript) and then read the “Read Me First: FAQ” document inside of the Abortion Research Resource Guide, as your questions are most likely answered inside that document. IF you still have questions after looking at the Read Me First document, then you can submit feedback via the feedback form inside the Abortion Research Resource Guide. The feedback form is the best way to communicate your thoughts with us. We thank you for respecting our boundaries in this matter. Resources & References: SisterSong Reproductive Justice Definition  For a full list of scientific and book references, see the blog post that goes along with this topic.  Access the FREE EBB Abortion Research Resource Guide hosted at ebbirth.com/birthjustice. This podcast is also posted on our YouTube channel in case you want to access the video: https://youtube.com/evidencebasedbirth. For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit https://evidencebasedbirth.com. Find us on: Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/ebbirth/ ) Pinterest (https://www.pinterest.com/ebbirth) TikTok (https://www.tiktok.com/@ebbirth)   Ready to get involved? Check out our EBB Professional Membership (including scholarship options) (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/become-pro-member/ ). Find an EBB Instructor here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/find-an-instructor-parents/ ). Click here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/childbirth-class/ ) to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Twist1 and balanced retinoic acid signaling act to suppress cortical folding in mice

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.27.509818v1?rss=1 Authors: Ho-Nguyen, K.-T., Jain, M., Matrongolo, M. J., Ang, P. S., Schaper, S., Tischfield, M. A. Abstract: Evolution of cortical folding in gyrencephalic animals enabled higher cognitive functions and complex behaviors. Gene expression patterns and signaling molecules that control cortical folding have only recently been described and thus are still not well understood. In transgenic mouse models with induced cortical folding, amplification of neuroprogenitor cells or loss of their adhesion from the apical ventricular surface leads to gyri formation, whereas decreased cell adhesion in migrating projection neurons causes abnormal neuronal clustering and development of cortical fissures that resemble sulci. We now report that loss of Twist1 expression in the primitive meninx results in cortical folding and sulci formation in the dorsolateral telencephalon. In developing sulcal regions, generation of apical and basal neuroprogenitor cells is normal. Instead, cell proliferation in the developing meninges is reduced, leading to loss of arachnoid fibroblasts that express Raldh2, an enzyme required for retinoic acid synthesis. Maternal retinoic acid supplementation rescues cortical folding and sulci formation. Our results suggest that balanced retinoic acid signaling from the meninges is required to maintain lissencephaly in mice, and in a manner independent from neuroprogenitor cell amplification. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
The maternal brain is more flexible and responsive at rest: effective connectivity of the parental caregiving network in postpartum mothers

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.26.509524v1?rss=1 Authors: Orchard, E. R., Voigt, K., Chopra, S., Thapa Rana, T., Ward, P. G., Egan, G. F., Jamadar, S. D. Abstract: The field of neuroscience has largely overlooked the impact of motherhood on brain function outside the context of responses to infant stimuli. Here, we apply spectral dynamic causal modelling (spDCM) to resting-state fMRI data to investigate differences in brain function between a group of 40 first-time mothers at one-year postpartum and 39 age- and education-matched women who have never been pregnant. Using spDCM, we investigate the directionality (top-down vs bottom-up) and valence (inhibition vs excitation) of functional connections between six key brain regions implicated in motherhood: the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, ventromedial prefrontal cortex, posterior cingulate cortex, parahippocampal gyrus, amygdala, and nucleus accumbens. We show a selective modulation of inhibitory pathways related to differences between (1) mothers and non-mothers, (2) the interactions between group and cognitive performance and (3) group and social cognition, and (4) differences related to maternal caregiving behaviour. Across analyses, we show consistent disinhibition between cognitive and affective regions suggesting more efficient, flexible, and responsive behaviour, subserving cognitive performance, social cognition, and maternal caregiving. Together our results support the interpretation of these key regions as constituting a parental caregiving network. The nucleus accumbens and the parahippocampal gyrus emerging as hub regions of this network, highlighting the global importance of the affective limbic network for maternal caregiving, social cognition, and cognitive performance in the postpartum period. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast
It's About the "Whole" Not the "Hole"

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 46:54


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

The Empowered Birth Podcast
Ep 68//Maternal Physiological Changes that Lead to a Functional Labor Experience and the Importance of Nutrition with Dr. Sarah Thompson

The Empowered Birth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 51:49


Are you looking for ways to prepare your body for the healthiest pregnancy. We all know nutrition is key and a very important way in sustaining a healthy mom and baby.   This is one episode that you'll want to save and send to all of your trying to conceive, pregnant and postpartum friends! I guarantee you'll want to take notes so take a minute and grab a pen and paper so you don't miss a thing! My guest Dr. Sarah Thompson is a wealth of knowledge.    Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, Board Certified Acupuncturist, Herbalist, Birth Doula and author of the book, Functional Maternity - Using Functional Medicine and Nutrition to Improve Pregnancy and Childbirth Outcomes. She is the leading expert on the use of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of pregnancy complications.    Connect with Dr. Sarah:  hello@functionalmaternity.com www.functionalmaternity.com https://www.instagram.com/functional.maternity/   Support The Show: Monthly Support VENMO: @empoweredbirthpodcast   Get 15% off ARAZA MAKEUP! Use the code empowered birth at check out!   Connect with Aly:  IG: @empoweredbirthpodcast FB: Facebook.com/empoweredmamastribe  

Public Health Review Morning Edition
271: Minnesota Eyes Maternal Disparities

Public Health Review Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:07


Dr. Brooke Cunningham, Assistant Commissioner for the Health Equity Bureau with the Minnesota Department of Health, details a report that examined maternal deaths from 2017 to 2018; an ASTHO blog article explains how states and the federal government have taken steps to improve health outcomes for pregnant people; Maggie Davis, ASTHO's Director of State Health Policy, explains a new report to help agencies better serve pregnant people and infants during a crisis; and ASTHO examines the value of primary care offices in a conversation with Alisa Druzba, the Chair of the Primary Care Office National Committee. Minnesota Department of Health News Release: First-ever Minnesota maternal mortality report reveals opportunities to prevent maternal deaths ASTHO Blog Article: Leveraging State and Federal Policy to Reduce Maternal Illness and Death ASTHO Webpage: Considerations for Maternal Child Health Policies and Public Health Emergencies ASTHO Webpage: National Preparedness Month Webinar Series ASTHO Blog Article: State Primary Care Offices Expand Access to Care and Improve Health Equity

Revision Path
Whitney Robinson

Revision Path

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 57:23


Maternal healthcare has always been in a precarious place here in the United States, but thanks to this week's guest, Whitney Robinson, we just might be on our way to solving it in our lifetime. She brings her skills as a product designer and builder of things — as well as a mom — to help transform maternal health for Black women.Our conversation began with a look at her current project, The Renée, and we talked about how work and life have changed for her over the past couple of years. She also spoke about growing up in North Carolina and attending Duke University, turning side gigs into full-time work, and shared how she measures success at this stage of her life. Whitney is a prime example of how you too can use your skills for the greater good!LinksWhitney Robinson on LinkedInThe Renée | re-Designing maternal experiences (Mx)For extended show notes, including a full transcript of this interview, visit revisionpath.com.==========Apply to Join The Tenth CollectiveAre you a Black designer looking for work? Join The Tenth Collective, a joint effort from Revision Path and State of Black Design to connect Black professionals in the design and creative industries with companies committed to hiring Black candidates for design and creative positions!Looking for a new opportunity can be tough -- we know. Let us help! Apply today and get curated introduction requests from hiring companies vetted by Revision Path + State of Black Design. It's 100% free, and you'll only be contacted when a company is requesting to speak to you. And you can remain anonymous! Let us be your resource to find work, whether you're looking or not.Apply here: thetenthcollective.com==========Sponsored by HoverBuilding your online brand has never been more important and that begins with your domain name. Show the online community who you are and what you're passionate about with Hover. With over 400+ domain name extensions to choose from, including all the classics and fun niche extensions, Hover is the only domain provider we use and trust.Ready to get started? Go to hover.com/revisionpath and get 10% off your first purchase.==========Follow and SubscribeLike this episode? Then subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you find your favorite shows.Follow us there, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us!You can also follow Revision Path on Instagram and Twitter.==========CreditsRevision Path is brought to you by Lunch, a multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, GA.It is produced by Maurice Cherry and engineered and edited by RJ Basilio. Our intro voiceover is by Music Man Dre, with intro and outro music by Yellow Speaker. Transcripts provided by Brevity & Wit.Thank you for listening!

Public Health Review Morning Edition
270: Tracking Polio in New York

Public Health Review Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 6:02


Dr. Jim McDonald, Medical Director for the New York State Department of Health, discusses the discovery of polio in wastewater in at least two NY counties; Carolyn McCoy, ASTHO's Senior Director of Federal Government Affairs, explains legislation moving to reauthorize the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program; a new ASTHO report highlights hiring practices that support states integrating community health workers into their workforce throughout the COVID-19 response; and ASTHO has two resources available to help you address contraception equity and accessibility in your jurisdiction. USA Today News Article: New York declares emergency after finding more poliovirus in wastewater, urges vaccinations ASTHO Legislative Alert: Federal Home Visiting Reauthorization Bill Moves Forward ASTHO Report: Hiring Practices That Support State Integration of Community Health Workers ASTHO Press Release: Equitable and Accessible Contraception Access Highlighted in Special Issue of AJPH Sponsored by ASTHO ASTHO Brief: Reproductive Health Services Expanded During Pandemic but Inequities Persist

Vox Pop
Medical Monday 9/26/22: Maternal medicine with Dr. Alexis DiSilvestro

Vox Pop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 48:07


We are joined by Dr. Alexis DiSilvestro, a maternal fetal medicine specialist at St. Peter's Maternal Fetal Medicine. Dr. DiSilvestro helps care for high-risk pregnancies. Call with your question. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.

Women's Wellness Psychiatry
Ep.44 - Maternal Suicide

Women's Wellness Psychiatry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 7:14


Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in women in the first postpartum year. This episode reviews the data on suicide risk in pregnant and postpartum women, highlighting the need for screening, evaluation, and treatment, because this is a preventable risk. To learn more about me and my reproductive psychiatry clinic helping patients across California, please visit - AnnaGlezerMD.comResources:JAMA Psychiatry article on maternal suicide: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33206140/2020 Mom: https://www.2020mom.org/maternal-suicideHealth Services Research article: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/1475-6773.13533Japanese study on suicide postpartum: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32369685/AJOG article on suicide risk: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25751206/AJOG article on maternal deaths in California: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6829056/

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg
Maternal Instincts

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 67:55 Very Popular


Coming to you from a thunderous Sioux Falls, today's Ruminant features a distinctly Goldbergian potpourri of rank punditry and eggheadery. Jonah begins by discussing the merits of the Letitia James lawsuit, his general distaste for enthusiasm, and Trump's cavalier treatment of classified materials. After a not-so-brief foray into the consequences of the left's pro-truth hypocrisy, things end on an esoteric note as Jonah contemplates pragmatism and the philosophical differences between the New Deal and the Great Society.Show Notes:- Eli Lake: “Framed and Guilty”- The Atlantic: “Separating Sports by Sex Doesn't Make Sense”- The Fair Jessica's review of The Frailty Myth- Chelsea Conaboy: “Maternal Instinct Is a Myth That Men Created”- Jonah: “Both Parties Are to Blame for the Immigration Crisis”- The Remnant with Nick Eberstadt

No One is Coming to Save Us
Is Maternal Instinct a Myth? (with Chelsea Conaboy)

No One is Coming to Save Us

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 45:37 Very Popular


Gloria dives into the science of parenting with Chelsea Conaboy, author of Mother Brain: How Neuroscience is Rewriting the Story of Parenthood. They discuss how becoming a parent physically changes your brain, what the science says about the highly-debated “maternal instinct,” and how she hopes these new findings can get more people in this country to value caregivers. Plus, what we know about the brain transformation of non-biological parents.    Get your free tickets for the No One Is Coming to Save Us live event with Lauren Kennedy and Sarah Muncey from Neighborhood Villages on September 27.    This podcast is presented by Neighborhood Villages, and is brought to you with generous support from Imaginable Futures, Care For All Children by the David and Laura Merage Foundation, and Spring Point Partners.   Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium.    Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: https://lemonadamedia.com/sponsors/.   Laugh, cry, be outraged, and hear solutions! Join our community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nooneiscomingtosaveus.    Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia.    For additional resources, information, and a transcript of the episode, visit lemonadamedia.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cocoa Pods
No Periods Yet Not Pregnant:Hormones & Ghungroos Part 3

Cocoa Pods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 20:05


Dr Ashwini Gore : Timestamps: (00:25) History of endocrinology (03:00) Simple definition of diabetes (05:10) Prediabetes (10:05) Risks factors (14:00) Maternal life conditions affecting child (17:17) Epigenetics Endicronologist, Ashwini Gore is here for part three of this series. This episode focuses on the most common endocrine problem in pregnant women, diabetes. Dr. Bola Sogade gives a brief history of endocrinology and the profound impact discoveries associated with endocrinology have made on modern medicine. In 1916, what is now known as the endocrine society was founded. In 1921, two doctors discovered insulin when they reversed diabetes in dogs. Since then, the field of endocrinology, especially diabetes, has grown tremendously. Dr. Gore simply explains diabetes as a disease of too much sugar in the blood. For a healthy person, the body should regulate sugar between a level of 70 to 90 at any given time. If sugar level is 126 or higher before eating in the morning or ever goes over 200, your doctor should be contacted. There are different ways to diagnose diabetes. One is using A1C which measures how much sugar is attached to red blood cells. Dr. Gore also explains prediabetes or insulin resistance. Insulin should transfer sugar to be used as energy by different organs of the body. If the organs aren't using the sugar as energy, the sugar is being stored as fat. Inefficient insulin may cause hormone imbalances and many other issues. Because of the health issues associated with diabetes, it is important to know the risk factors. Lifestyle factors are the biggest reason for insulin resistance and diabetes. Dr. Gore and Dr. Sogade discuss ways women can mitigate the risks. This includes exercise and not smoking. Dr. Gore notes that she sees more young people with type two diabetes, and there are several reasons for this. Conditions in a mother's life can affect her offspring. Stress, low education, poor health care, and an unsafe environment for the mother are some examples that may lead to a baby's low birth weight. A low birth weight is related to high cortisol, and high cortisol exposure can contribute to a baby with insulin resistance. With more than three hundred and forty six million people affected world, diabetes is a concerning pandemic. Listen to the full episode to learn more! #endocrinology #diabetes #gestationaldiabetes #pregnancy #typetwodiabetes #diabetesinwomen #a1c #prediabetes #insulinresistance #epigenetics

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast
How to Chart Fetal Heart Tones

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 72:48


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

Occupational Therapy Insights
Infant sensory patterns: associations with previous perinatal loss, maternal-fetal attachment and postnatal maternal sensory patterns

Occupational Therapy Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


Natural MD Radio
Why We Need Birthing Centers

Natural MD Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 70:51


Despite years of evidence about the incredible outcomes, safety, and cost-effectiveness of midwives, midwifery care is still not the standard for pregnancy and birth in the US, and access to birthing centers remains limited. Yet, studies show they are associated with a reduction in cesareans, preterm births, increased breastfeeding success, and an overall positive experience of birth. This is why we need birthing centers and why the work of my guests, visionaries Nashira Baril and Katherine Rushfirth, is critical for creating a sea change in how people birth in this country.         Aviva, Nashira, and Katherine discuss:    Nashira's and Katherine's origin stories into birth work  What a birthing center is and how does it differ from home or hospital birth options  The advantages of birthing centers and working with a midwife   The fact that the birthing center model remains majority white-led and why this needs to change    The huge financial savings birth centers put back into the healthcare system  How birthing centers are important not just for individuals, but also for building community  Advice for people interested in the birthing center experience but who don't have access to a center   Ways you can support the Neighborhood Birth Center as well as other birthing centers      Learn more about the neighborhood birth center and find their video “You Were Welcomed with Love” HERE.    Nashira Baril, MPH, is the daughter and great-granddaughter of midwives, who midwifed her children at home. Nashira is the founder and executive director of Boston's Neighborhood Birth Center, the city's first community birth center, poised to open in 2023. She has a master's degree in Maternal and Child Health from Boston University School of Public Health and nearly 20 years of experience designing and implementing public health strategies. She has worked at the Boston Public Health Commission, Harvard School of Public Health, and most recently, Human Impact Partners.       Katherine Rushfirth is a Certified Nurse Midwife and the Policy Director for the forthcoming Neighborhood Birth Center. Katherine was the Associate Chief of Midwifery at Massachusetts General Hospital and among the first midwives to be named faculty at Harvard Medical School. Katherine is a past-president of the MA Affiliate of the American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM) and currently serves as the Legislative Co-Chair for MA ACNM. Katherine completed her midwifery education at Yale University and her BA in Women's Studies/Anthropology at Barnard College. "    Thank you so much for taking the time to tune in to your body, yourself, and this podcast! Please share the love by sending this to someone in your life who could benefit from the kinds of things we talk about in this space. Make sure to follow your host on Instagram @dr.avivaromm and go to avivaromm.com to join the conversation. Follow the Neighborhood Birth Center @neighborhoodbirthcenter. 

Aligned Birth
Ep 69: Benefits of Pediatric Chiropractic Care

Aligned Birth

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 63:00 Transcription Available


No matter the type of birth you have, your newborn can benefit from seeing a trained chiropractor. In this episode, Dr. Shannon and Doula Rachael help walk you through how the pregnancy and birth process (vaginal or cesarean) can cause subluxations in the baby's spine which can impact how their tiny systems function and ultimately impacts how they engage with the outside world.  This episode will dive deep on the following topics:Our personal experiences with prenatal and pediatric chiropractic careHow subluxations occur during pregnancy and the birth processDifference in “normal” newborn behavior and signs of distressImpact on nursing, infant feeding, digestion, sleep, and development in the first year of lifeWhat is involved in a pediatric newborn examCommon issues Dr. Shannon sees in her office for 0-6 month olds and 6-12 month oldsBreaking down misconceptions surrounding pediatric chiropractic adjustmentsIt is important to seek care from a trained pediatric chiropractor.  Care plans and length of time to see results will vary for each patient based on medical history and individual needs and abilities. You can learn more and find a trained professional at ICPA4Kids.com.Learn more about physical therapy for infants and toddlers from Brittany Ziis of Mother and Baby Wellness Collective. Follow her on Instagram or visit her websiteResources mentioned in the episode:Dr. Shannon's research article: Health Outcomes of Pediatric Patients Undergoing Chiropractic Care Since Birth: A Retrospective Analysis Journal of Pediatric, Maternal, and Family Health - through the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Follow us on Instagram:Aligned Birth, Dr. Shannon, Doula RachaelCheck out our individual websites:Sunrise Chiropractic and Wellness North Atlanta Birth Services DisclaimerThe information shared, obtained, and discussed in this podcast is not intended as medical advice and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional consultation with a qualified healthcare provider familiar with your individual medical needs. By listening to this podcast you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating.  Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having.  This entire disclaimer also applies to any guests or contributors to the podcast.  The podcast hosts take no money from affiliate links provided in the show notes. Podcast Editing by:Chris Godfrey of Godfrey Sound: www.godfreysound.comMusic:"Freedom” by Roa - https://roamusic.wixsite.com/roamusic

The Motherkind Podcast
Toddler Milestone Series with Baby Annabell: Feeding with Charlotte Stirling-Reed

The Motherkind Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 47:43


Welcome to the third episode in this very special series - the Toddler Milestone Moment Series which is created in partnership with my friends at Baby Annabell. Baby Annabell is the UK's #1 nurturing doll brand and is passionate about sharing the power of role-play to support toddler milestones. This third episode in the series is with the brilliant mum of two and child nutritionist Charlotte Stirling-Reed.  In this episode you will learn:  How to set up healthy eating habits for life in your toddler  What to do if your toddler refuses food or becomes fussy  Mealtime manners for toddlers  How doll play can support your toddler with developing positive mealtime routines  I'm very excited to tell you that the lovely team at Baby Annabell have gifted me an incredible package of their dolls and accessories - worth over £300. To enter the competition to win this package - head over to my Instagram at @zoeblaskey to enter. T&C's apply. ABOUT CHARLOTTE STIRLING-REED Charlotte began her working life in the NHS after gaining a first class honours degree in Nutrition and Human Biology and then a Postgraduate Degree from Bristol University in Nutrition and Public Health. Since then Charlotte has worked in various areas of nutrition but enjoys nothing more than reading, writing and talking about her specialist area – Maternal, Baby & Children's Nutrition.   ABOUT BABY ANNABELL  Baby Annabell is the UK's #1 nurturing doll brand and has been on the market for almost 25 years, inspiring nurturing play and little imaginations. Make sure to follow @babyannabelluk on Instagram for their latest products and lots of doll-play inspiration!

How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse
The 6 Types of Maternal Narcissists and Common Phrases Narcissistic Mothers Use & Why? - Q&A

How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 39:20 Very Popular


On this episode of Narcissist Apocalypse Q&A, Brandon discusses Dr. Karyl McBride's '6 types of maternal narcissists', the 3 childhood experience types of daughters of narcissistic mothers, and the common phrases narcissistic mothers use and why? This episode touches on power, control, gaslighting, physical abuse, shame, fear, obligation, guilt, dehumanization, minimization, justification, manipulation, people pleasing, vanity, perfectionism, humiliation, empathy, victim playing, addiction, enmeshment, and much more. If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at narcissistapocalypse@gmail.com To take a free Enneagram Test, click here. Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource.  Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Narcissist Apocalypse
The 6 Types of Maternal Narcissists and Common Phrases Narcissistic Mothers Use & Why? - Q&A

Narcissist Apocalypse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 34:35


On this episode of Narcissist Apocalypse Q&A, Brandon discusses Dr. Karyl McBride's '6 types of maternal narcissists', the 3 childhood experience types of daughters of narcissistic mothers, and the common phrases narcissistic mothers use and why? This episode touches on power, control, gaslighting, physical abuse, shame, fear, obligation, guilt, dehumanization, minimization, justification, manipulation, people pleasing, vanity, perfectionism, humiliation, empathy, victim playing, addiction, enmeshment, and much more. If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at narcissistapocalypse@gmail.com To take a free Enneagram Test, click here. Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource.  Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA

In Other Words
Kelle Pressley | Black Maternal Health Crisis

In Other Words

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 34:04


Maternal health is more likely to be a matter of life or death for African American women, who often navigate a lack of medical access during pregnancy. Charlotte doula Kelle Pressley talks about her work delivering healthy babies and what can be done to close the maternal health gap. Host: Aaliyah Bowden.

Burnt Toast by Virginia Sole-Smith
The Myth of the Maternal Instinct

Burnt Toast by Virginia Sole-Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 37:21 Very Popular


This week, Virginia chats with Chelsea Conaboy, author of an amazing new book, Mother Brain: How Neuroscience Is Rewriting the Story of Parenthood.If you'd like to support Burnt Toast, please rate and review us in your podcast player! And considering becoming a paid Burnt Toast subscriber. It's just $5 per month or $50 for the year. Producing a weekly podcast requires a significant investment of time and resources from several talented people. Paid subscriptions make all of our work possible and enable us to offer an honorarium to expert guests, which is key to centering marginalized voices in this space. BUTTER & OTHER LINKSWant to come on Virginia's Office Hours? Please use this form.Chelsea's NYT Op-ed: Maternal Instinct Is a Myth That Men CreatedChelsea's chapter book read-aloud picks: The Wild Robot, The Wild Robot Escapes and (strong co-sign from Virginia) Dory FantasmagoryVirginia's Instagram Gardening Content.CREDITSThe Burnt Toast Podcast is produced and hosted by Virginia Sole-Smith. Follow Virginia on Instagram or Twitter.Burnt Toast transcripts and essays are edited and formatted by Corinne Fay, who runs @SellTradePlus, an Instagram account where you can buy and sell plus size clothing.The Burnt Toast logo is by Deanna Lowe.Our theme music is by Jeff Bailey and Chris Maxwell.Tommy Harron is our audio engineer.Thanks for listening and for supporting independent anti-diet journalism. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit virginiasolesmith.substack.com/subscribe

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast
Exploring the Witch's Wound

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 85:13


Prepare yourself for this power-packed episode! Co-host Augustine Colebrook and Anna, The Spiritual Midwife", dive into some deep and heavy topics this week. They discuss their experiences with being in Australia during the Covid shutdown in 2019, midwifery in Australia, Sweden, and the U.S., the broken system across the globe, learning from trauma and adversity, and more you won't want to miss.Anna is the founder of The Spiritual Midwife and creator of The Natural Birth Course. She's a midwife, woman's work facilitator, and coach, who's opted out of the system to walk her own path providing education, support, and guidance for women wanting a physiological and natural birth. She's also the host of The Natural Birth Podcast, featuring women from all over the world who's had a natural and empowering birth experience, with the intention of changing the birth narrative from fear of birth to birth as an empowering rite of passage.Show Resources-IG: @the_spiritual_midwife-The Natural Birth Course

The Miscarriage Therapist
Somatic Maternal Healing with Helena Vissing, Psy.D.

The Miscarriage Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 55:50


In this episode, I speak with Helena Vissing, Psy.D. Helena has developed Somatic Maternal Healing, a therapeutic framework and model to support people experiencing pregnancy loss, perinatal mood disorders, and postpartum concerns. Her upcoming book, to be released next year, will be a crucial guide for clinicians working with individuals experiencing pregnancy loss. It involves us reconnecting with our bodies, finding delight in our sensory experiences, and supporting our healing trauma. In this episode, we talk about how psychotherapy can support you in your pregnancy loss journey, and how to focus on somatic therapy work to help through trauma.  You can read more about Helena on her website: https://helenavissing.com/ Follow Helena on Instagram: @helenavissing

RNZ: Morning Report
Researchers want universal screening for maternal distress

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 6:12


Researchers at the University of Auckland are calling for a universal screening service for maternal mental distress. They said perinatal mental distress was not prioritised despite having detrimental consequences for mother and baby. Dr Felicia Low spoke to Susie Ferguson.

Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families
#595 From the Doctor's Desk

Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 17:49


Dr Justin shares the latest academic studies related to parenting Topics discussed in today's podcast: The importance of play Strong social networks Quality of friendships & relationships 20% of mothers experience PPD Responsiveness Self soothing Connectedness & involvement during adolescence Articles mentioned in this episode Pre-school play with friends lowers risk of mental health problems later How mothers calm their distressed infants with soothing signals Follow the leader: Maternal transmission of physiological regulatory support to distressed infants in real-time. Helping babies to sleep more Effect of the INSIGHT Firstborn Parenting Intervention on Secondborn Sleep Mother and Father Connectedness and Involvement During Early Adolescence Find The Miss-connection Summit in the Happy Families shop. Find us on Facebook at Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families Email us your questions and comments at podcasts@happyfamilies.com.au

Colloquy
Maternal Eugenics: The Dark History Behind the Dobbs Decision

Colloquy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 28:09


"A victory for white life." That's how Illinois Congresswoman Mary Miller described the Supreme Court decision overturning the constitutional right to an abortion at a rally with former President Donald Trump last June. Miller, who had quoted Hitler in a previous speech, later said that she had meant to say "right to life." Jamie Marsella, a Harvard PhD candidate in the history of science, says that in historical terms, Miller's distinction doesn't make much difference. Looking back over a century to the Progressive Era, she finds that maternal and reproductive health policies were driven by racial imperatives. President Theodore Roosevelt, for instance, saw declining birth rates among white people as the country's greatest problem and spoke publicly about, quote, "race suicide.” This month on Colloquy, Marsella discusses the American ideal of motherhood, its racial overtones, and its echoes in the renewed wrangling over reproductive freedom epitomized by the recent Supreme Court decision on abortion. 

The Kris and Kristine Show
Ep. 144: Another BIG wedding weekend - Postpartum & Clothing with Theresa Nast

The Kris and Kristine Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 88:52


What a busy weekend for Dr. Kristine of Kristine Smith Designs. She had the biggest wedding floral sets so far. With help of her team she was able to get this amazing wedding done. Best friend Kira flew into town this week to help out with the weekends events. Kris took the boys to a new Halloween Store that just opened up. They looked around at all the new costumes for both adults and kids. Then we had our guest Theresa Nast stop by. My name is Theresa Nast and I'm the founder and designer of West Rock Apparel Co., a children's wear brand, a mom to 5 wild ones, and someone with a great deal of experience with postpartum mental health struggles. I hope by sharing my story I'm able to help someone else feel a little less alone in their journey.My brand, West Rock Apparel Co., is a collection of baby and children's clothing for families who appreciate natural fibers and neutral designs, sustainability and ethically produced goods. For families who want to know where their clothing comes from, where it was made and who made it. I am creating a brand who will give back to the new mothers and babies in our community. And I just can't wait to get started. Maternal mental healthcare is something that is near and dear to me. It is so widely stigmatized and many new mothers try to navigate postpartum depression and or postpartum anxiety alone, for many different reasons. Aside from ethical clothing manufacturing and highlighting sustainable fabrics, one of my goals through West Rock Apparel Co is to give back to the new parents in my community struggling in their new role. These mamas and babies deserve to know they are seen and heard and loved. https://westrockapparel.com/ https://www.facebook.com/westrockapparelco https://www.instagram.com/westrockapparelco/ ***** The Kris and Kristine Show ***** http://www.krisandkristineshow.com https://www.kristinesmithdesigns.com K2 RADIO: https://live365.com/station/K2-RADIO-a04551 Email: krisandkristinepodcast@gmail.com Voice Mail: https://www.speakpipe.com/KrisandKristineShow Twitter: https://twitter.com/k2showsandiego Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thek2showsandiego/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/k2showsandiego Patreon: www.patreon.com/thekrisandkristineshow

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.
The #1 Killer in Pregnancy

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 13:27


Maternal mortality in the United States is among the highest of all industrialized nations. Shockingly, the top cause of obstetric death no longer belongs to pregnancy related factors; homicide is the most common cause of pregnancy associated death. And suicide is not far behind. In this episode we will review a new publication from the ACOG reviewing staggering statistics on pregnancy associated deaths. We will distinguish between “pregnancy related deaths” and “pregnancy associated deaths”, and discuss how “the big 4” are risk factors for both homicide and suicide.

Hey, Siri?
Brooklyn 99 and Transitioning to Parenthood Part 2

Hey, Siri?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 78:08


We couldn't fit all of our Brooklyn 99 thoughts into one episode... So here's the rest! Enjoy! Welcome to Hey, Siri! A podcast about psychology, relationships, and -- most importantly -- piping hot tea. Sit down, take a sip, and remember to subscribe as... Resident pop culture expert, Xochi, and struggling PhD student, Siri, take you through the what? Why? And how? Of relationship research and what that means for your non-scientifically researched relationships. All of this research is coming out all the time, but academic literature can be intimidating and difficult to connect to “real life”. So let us do it for you! Siri will tell us all about what research is taking the psychology world by a storm! On today's episode, she will tell us all about what happens to relationships after you become parents. After hearing the research about how to navigate parenthood and romance, Xochi will guide Siri through the world of the most passionate and eccentric precinct in New York, and the relationship between Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago. Stress, Marital Relationship and Quality of Life of Couples Across the Perinatal Period Fei-Wan Ngai and Winsome Lam Published in the Maternal and Child Health Journal, October 2021

Black Women’s Health
Race matters: Maternal Morbidity in the Military Health Sysyem

Black Women’s Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 4:58


Beacon's Aura
Session 90: Maternal

Beacon's Aura

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 160:56


After bringing Zilla back to the city, there is some issues to work out. Catch us live on Twitch on Sundays at 2 PM CST https://www.twitch.tv/marqueegaming

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast
Finding Your Path to Midwifery

Midwifery Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:26


This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, co-host Angela Love talks with Christina Jemine, a CPM, Founder of the Black Sisters Birth Academy, and author of My Mommy Makes Milk. They discuss how she discovered midwifery from a book her friend literally "tossed" her way, pursuing a nursing degree, how she landed on the CPM route, her experience being a black midwife, building community and sisterhood, and much more. Show Resources-Black Sisters Birth Academy-IG: @BlackSistersMidwifery & @BlackSistersBirthAcademy-My Mommy Makes Milk

T.H.E. Celebration
Doulas & Advocacy for Black Maternal Health With Deej, Iman Seraaj, and Nicky Dawkins

T.H.E. Celebration

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 69:18


Original Air Date: February 15, 2021“We need to have an honest conversation on Black Maternal Health and the disparities in healthcare that threaten Black Women's lives.”This is the core conversation that takes place on this week's episode.This week's episode is a panel discussion, where I am joined by 3 professional doulas - Iman Seraaj, Nicky Dawkins, and Deej.Iman Seraaj is a trained full-spectrum doula passionate about VBACs, breastfeeding, birthrights education, orgasmic birthing, postpartum and prenatal care. With over 12 years of doula and birth advocacy experience; she founded FullCircle Doula Services in 2014.Nicky Dawkins is a holistic Full-Spectrum Doula and Feminine Health Coach. She is also the founder of Werk it Moms — a mom-driven, soon-to-be charity organization — that focuses on providing educational workshops, products, and a safe space for moms in need to connect. Deej is a mother of three little boys, a wife, a doula, childbirth educator, and breastfeeding specialist. Deej also owns a brand that focuses on educating women on their birthrights and all things from pregnancy to postpartum called The Nurtured Baby. During this episode, we have an honest and real conversation on how Black women in the United States experience disproportionately high rates of death related to pregnancy or childbirth - irrespective of income or education level. Iman, Nicky, and Deej provide candid and professional insights into the cause of these health disparities and share solutions we can implement. They also provide questions, advice, and tactics Black Women can use when they are having to engage with a racist medical system and provider. We also have an open conversation on infertility, miscarriages, and loss. I highly encourage that everyone listens to this episode and to the important conversation that Iman, Nicky, and Deej shared with us. I am grateful to my guests for the energy, brilliance, and generosity that they brought to this week's episode. This is an issue that all of us must address. I hope you will listen to this episode and take action.Here's how you can connect with this week's guest: Iman - https://www.instagram.com/imanseraajfc/Nicky - https://www.instagram.com/thankyounicky/Deej - https://www.instagram.com/the.nurturedbaby/tomearl.me/doula

Supracortical
SOS - 024: Anorexia, maltrato maternal, y cómo darme permiso

Supracortical

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 28:38


En este episodio de SOS, Rafa le responde preguntas a Ivan, Ana, y Edith. Manda tus preguntas con una nota de voz al +52 55 6540 5599 para que salgan en un proximo episodio de SOS. También puedes usar esta liga: https://wa.me/5215565405599 Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.

The Prevailing Narrative with Matt Bilinsky
Episode 32: The Cost of College & Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan with Charlie Eaton PhD & Leighton Woodhouse; Andrew Tate & Online Censorship; Maternal Instinct a Myth??

The Prevailing Narrative with Matt Bilinsky

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 122:39 Very Popular


3:30 - Youtube, Instagram, & Tik Tok just deplatformed the controversial Andrew Tate for spreading a "toxic" message. How the Tate situation relates to past censorship battles around porn, gangster rap, video games, "Goth rock" and other censorship battles of the 90s.  22:30 - NY Times publishes an op-ed calling "Maternal Instinct" a myth and a tool of "The Patriarchy". I asked my female followers what they thought, and they do not appear to agree.  32:40 - A fascinating discussion with education policy expert Charlie Eaton & Leighton Woodhouse on the cost of college, America's student loan problem, and Biden's plan to forgive $10,000 of student loan debt for supposedly "lower income" borrowers.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The More Sibyl Podcast
부르키나파소 과학자 되기| The One with Farida Yada - Being Burkinabe and an Immigrant Reproductive Health Scientist: Episode 22 (2022)

The More Sibyl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 86:45


The More Sibyl Podcast Presents: 부르키나파소 과학자 되기| The One with Farida Yada - Being Burkinabe and an Immigrant Reproductive Health Scientist: Episode 22 (2022)This week's guest, Farida, is from Burkina Faso, a country with the highest population of elephants in Western Africa, also known as the “land with the honest men.” She speaks a little Korean; you already know how special Korea is to me.She describes herself to be a daughter of God, a wisdom seeker, and a soldier of Yahweh. An international scholar with a master's degree in public health and health services research, focusing on maternal and child health, especially in African populations. She is interested in immigrant reproductive health.Farida spent her first seventeen years in Burkina Faso and took us through her experiences when she was there and even her perspectives after she left for the USA. Like every African country, Burkina Faso has its own distinct challenges, especially as they still have a lot of allegiance to its colonizers, France. From winning awards for being the most peaceful country in Africa, the country, painfully, has become a shadow of herself. We have similar issues between Nigeria and Burkina Faso and explored these areas. She shared her experience with moving to the USA at the young age of 17, the culture shocks, how she has been navigating dealing with personal issues, and her perspective of the USA since she moved here 12 years ago. Farida is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Maternal and Child Health, and she is an overachiever. She shares her educational journey, research, work, and motivations with us.

Issues, Etc.
2442. Misinformation on Maternal Medical Care – Dr. Donna Harrison, 9/1/22

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 22:22


Dr. Donna Harrison of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists Myth vs. Fact: Correcting Misinformation onMaternal Medical Care The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Problematic Women: Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre's Blunders, Left’s Attack on Brittany Aldean, and Maternal Instincts

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022


Up on today's Problematic Women – Beverly Hallberg breaks down Karine Jean-Pierre's performance as White House press secretary and offers some tips and tricks on public speaking. Plus, Brittany Aldean came under fire after posting a makeup Instagram Reel. We explain why. And The New York Times thinks maternal instincts are a myth men created. […]

Problematic Women
Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre's Blunders, Left's Attack on Brittany Aldean, and Maternal Instincts

Problematic Women

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 49:08


Up on today's Problematic Women – Beverly Hallberg breaks down Karine Jean-Pierre's performance as White House press secretary and offers some tips and tricks on public speaking. Plus, Brittany Aldean came under fire after posting a makeup Instagram Reel. We explain why. And The New York Times thinks maternal instincts are a myth men created. Are they right? And as always, we'll be crowning our Problematic Woman of the Week! Enjoy the show! Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Newborn Screening SPOTlight Podcast
The Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (ELSI) of Newborn Screening Research

Newborn Screening SPOTlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 38:51


We are excited to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Brosco to the NBSTRN SPOTlight today. Dr. Brosco will share moving stories from his lifetime of experiences caring for children and families as a clinician who specializes in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics. Dr. Brosco has both an M.D. and a Ph.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, and he serves as Florida's Title V Director for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs. Dr. Brosco has written numerous articles on the ethical, legal, social implications of newborn screening and along with Diane Paul, he authored a book called The PKU Paradox: A Short History of a Genetic Disease.  In 2019 Dr. Brosco was awarded the Maternal and Child Health Bureau Director's Award for contributions to the health of infants, mothers, children, adolescents, and children with special health care needs across the United States. Listen along with us as Dr. Brosco discusses a wide range of topics including the use of genomics to help end the diagnostic odyssey for families.      Podcast Interview Questions for Dr. Jeff Brosco You are a pediatrician with a specialty in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics and also currently the State of Florida's Title V Director for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs.How did you get involved with newborn screening research? (Perhaps, you can give our listeners some background on Title V and your role as the director in your response). You have written numerous articles on the ethical, legal, social implications of newborn screening. In one of your articles, you mentioned that whole and exome sequencing can add medical insights for families in the ‘diagnostic odyssey' but in some case, families are still on the therapeutic odyssey. Here, you proposed a family-center approach to care in the genomic era. Could you elaborate to our listeners what this would be? Research helps to advance newborn screening by increasing the number of conditions that may be a fit for early identification and intervention. Where do you think the next decade of research will take newborn screening? In your recent publication, titled “Newborn Screening in Latin America: A Window on the Evolution of Health Policy,” you hypothesized that the history of NBS programs could be used to understand the development of health policy. Please share some of your takeaways from this effort and which comes first – NBS expansion or health policy – or are they intertwined? Are there unique game changers from a historical perspective that resulted in significant change? Are you involved in training the next generation of developmental-behavioral pediatricians and what do you tell them about newborn screening research? You played a key role in advancing the efforts of the NBSTRN for many years. What role does NBSTRN play? What role could NBSTRN play in your efforts to addressing the ethical, legal, social implications of NBS? As you think about your career as a clinician, are there any patient or family stories that you'd like to share with our audience? What does NBS research mean to you? To become a member of NBSTRN, sign up a free membership account at www.nbstrn.org  

Public Health Review Morning Edition
253: Breastfeeding Policies

Public Health Review Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 4:20


Deborah Backman, ASTHO's Senior Analyst for Maternal and Infant Health, calls attention to policies in place to protect breastfeeding during National Breastfeeding Month; Dr. Gary Anthone, Chief Medical Officer and Director of Public Health for the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, discusses the importance of National Immunization Awareness Month; for International Overdose Awareness Day, ASTHO has a video highlighting work Colorado has done to address this concern; and ASTHO is hiring for several open positions. ASTHO Blog Article: Strategic Policies Protect Breastfeeding in Workplaces and Schools CDC Webpage: Immunization Schedules CDC Webpage: National Immunization Awareness Month ASTHO Blog Article: How Strong Partnerships Improved Colorado's Suicide And Overdose Prevention Strategy CDC Webpage: International Overdose Awareness Day Partner Toolkit ASTHO Webpage: Careers at ASTHO

Faith and Feminism
Episode 199: Racial Disparities in Maternal and Infant Health

Faith and Feminism

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 71:09


Cessilye Smith the founder and CEO of Abide Women's Health Services talks to us about racial disparities in Maternal and Infant health-- and her mission to improve birth outcomes in communities with the lowest quality of care by offering healthcare and complimentary services that are easily accessible, holistic, evidence-based and free from judgment.

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast
#83 - Kristine Lauria: What Does Birthwork Look Like Without Access to a Surgeon?

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 71:27


Kristin Lauria is likely the most highly skilled birth worker on the planet. She started in the U.S. as a traditional midwife, but, when her kids flew the coop, she joined Doctors Without Borders and has been attending to births in a variety of resource-poor settings, including Afghanistan and a refugee camp in South Sudan. Because surgery is hard to come-by in these locations, she has become highly skilled at facilitating vaginal birth - low-lying placenta, breech, TOLAC, etc. In this conversation, we talk about the de-skilling of obstetricians in the U.S. due to our low threshold for using our surgical steel. We also talk about her role as the caretaker of orphaned children resulting from maternal death in childbirth, hepatitis E, blood transfusions without a blood bank, and sitting with the death of a newborn. Kristine is a gift to the world of birthwork, and I am honored to call her my friend. Made possible by: BiOptimizers - 10% off Mag Breakthrough plus free gut health goodies! [00:09:00] Kristine has attended more births than most people in the world From home birth to Doctors Without Borders 25 breech births per month in Afghanistan South Sudan refugee camps are in desperate need of healthcare C-sections were rare because surgeons had to be flown in OBGYNs in the U.S. have been de-skilled [00:17:00] Kristine's c-section rate has always been

Chiilin With Joose
EP: 173 "Maternal GateKeeping" Feat: Meka & Bre

Chiilin With Joose

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 58:52


YOOOOOOO Welcome back to another one, This week I had the pleasure of sitting with the my beautiful sister in law and her homie as we discuss "maternal gatekeeping" I was listing to a podcast from Apple News In Conversation called "Think Again -- a guide to remaining work, home, relationships, and more https://apple.news/Ait8vch8mSTmBStVUvSYGNQ There was one part of this podcast that really intrigued my thoughts and it was "maternal gatekeeping" Guest: Shameka bre SALTYSAVAGE https://instagram.com/saltysavage.co?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= USE CODE: JOOSE FOR 15% OFF YOUR ENTIRE ORDER --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imchiilin/message