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Ep 47: What I Wish I Would’ve Known: BIRTH

Ep 47: What I Wish I Would’ve Known: BIRTH

 In part two of our three part “What I Wish I Would Have Known” series, we’re talking about all of the things you wish someone would’ve told you about BIRTH! Here’s what you can expect to hear in this episode: Why it’s so important to prepare to feel unprepared when...

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Ep 46: What I Wish I Would Have Known: PREGNANCY

Ep 46: What I Wish I Would Have Known: PREGNANCY

 This is the first episode of our three part “What I Wish I Would Have Known” series. In part one, we’re focusing on all the things you wish someone would’ve told you about PREGNANCY! Here’s a brief overview of what’s covered: Hormone and mood changes What usually...

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Ep 44: Racial Inequities in Birth in the U.S.

Ep 44: Racial Inequities in Birth in the U.S.

 Rene Fowlkes and Morgan Taylor of Black Infant Health in Los Angeles, CA join us to discuss the inequities in maternity care and health outcomes for black women and babies. Here’s what you’ll hear about in this episode: A brief overview of Morgan and Rene’s...

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Ep 42: Birth Stories from a Queer Family

Ep 42: Birth Stories from a Queer Family

 Heather Thompson is back on the podcast to share her birth stories! You may remember her from episode number 25 when she came to talk about the work she does with the birth justice organization, Elephant Circle. Heather is a queer birth worker and scientist with...

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Ep 41: NICU Tips from a Preemie Mom

Ep 41: NICU Tips from a Preemie Mom

 Laura Ehlers is a holistic health consultant, wife, and mom to Eliotte, who was born twelve weeks early. Laura, a Wisconsin native, was on vacation in San Diego in March of 2017 when her water broke at 24 weeks pregnant. She was immediately put on bedrest at a...

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