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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Episode 157: Birth in the News (Epilogue)

This week, Laura and Ryan spoke to David Figlio of Northwestern University, Julia Chinyere Oparah of Mills College, British midwife Lizzie Norton, and Farah Diaz-Tello about birth in the news!

We learned about David's research regarding the connection between gestational weight and intelligence. Julia told us about Black Women Birthing Justice and its latest project, a collection of stories about childbirth. Farah facilitated a lightning round of birth in the news, including reproductive and women's rights in Texas. Finally, Lizzie told us about the midwife strike in the UK.

Birth in the News:
Fetal Homicide in Texas
Carrying a baby and manufacturing meth in Tennessee
Personhood laws in Colorado
Dismantling Roe v. Wade in Alabama
Pregnant woman in Iowa starts high-speed chase
Woman didn't know she was pregnant with twins
Scientists may have found a cause for pre-term births
A second royal baby is due in April
Pregnant woman offered her job back
Working fathers want more flexible schedules

Resources:
David Figlio's Research Finds Infant Health Has Long-Term Impact on Education
Black Women Birthing Justice -- Support their Kickstarter campaign

Monday, October 20, 2014

Episode 157: Birth in the News (Fall Edition)

Join the Conversation on Tuesday, October 21st at 6pm ET as we expand our weekly Birth in the News segment to dig a littler deeper into the stories making headlines today. We'll chat with the author of a new study, the curator of a groundbreaking book, a picketer on the British midwifery lines, and an attorney for the rights of pregnant women.

Tune into WSLR 96.5 LPFM or online at www.wslr.org on Tuesday, October 21st at 6:00pm ET. The program will also available later in the evening via podcast on iTunes or at maternallyyoursradio.com.

For more information, please contact the hostesses of Maternally Yours at MaternallyYoursRadio@gmail.com, or on our facebook page at facebook.com/maternallyyours.

Maternally Yours,
Laura, Ryan and Dana

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Episode 156: Chiropractic for the Childbearing Year (Epilogue)

This week Ryan and Dana spoke with Dr. Melissa Harmon, owner of Sarasota Family Chiropractic about the benefits of seeking chiropractic care before, during, and after pregnancy. Not only can regular chiropractic visits ease the aches and pains of pregnancy, but they can ensure that your baby is in the right position to enter the world.


Birth in the News:
Moms choose to breastfeed older babies
Heavier babies do better in school

Research:
Chiropractic advice for Moms-to-Be
The Webster Technique

Resources:
International Chiropractic Pediatric Association

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Episode 156: Chiropractic for the Childbearing Year

Join the Conversation on Tuesday, October 14th at 6pm ET as we explore the use of Chiropractic Medicine in pregnancy, during the postpartum period, and for newborns and infants. We will be joined by guest Dr. Melissa Harmon, DC of Sarasota Family Chiropractic who will explain the nature of chiropractic care and how it can be beneficial for mamas and babies during the childbearing year and beyond. Have a question for our hosts or guests? Please email us or post to our facebook page.

Tune into WSLR 96.5 LPFM or online at www.wslr.org on Tuesday, October 14th at 6:00pm ET. The program will also available later in the evening via podcast on iTunes or at maternallyyoursradio.com.

For more information, please contact the hostesses of Maternally Yours at MaternallyYoursRadio@gmail.com, or on our facebook page at facebook.com/maternallyyours.

Maternally Yours,
Laura, Ryan and Dana

Monday, October 6, 2014

Episode 155: The Stories of Midwives

Join the Conversation on Tuesday, October 7th at 6pm ET as we hear from two authors who will share the deep, the funny, the unexpected, the soul shaking stories of women becoming midwives. We'll be joined by Elizabeth Jarrett Andrews, author of the novel Hannah, Delivered, as well as midwife Carol Leonard, author of the autobiographical Lady's Hands, Lion's Heart: A Midwife's Saga. Have a question for our hosts or guests? Please email us or post to our facebook page.

Tune into WSLR 96.5 LPFM or online at www.wslr.org tonight, Tuesday, October 7th at 6:00pm ET. The program will also available later in the evening via podcast on iTunes or at maternallyyoursradio.com.

For more information, please contact the hostesses of Maternally Yours at MaternallyYoursRadio@gmail.com, or on our facebook page at facebook.com/maternallyyours.

Maternally Yours,
Laura, Ryan and Dana

Monday, September 29, 2014

Episode 153: Absent Fathers (Epilogue)

Children who lack a relationship with their father suffer in so many ways, including lifelong questions about their identity and demolished self worth.

In this episode, Dana and Ryan discuss the complexity of growing up fatherless. Guests include Justin Hunt, director of the documentary Absent and Laura Zane Nwagbaraocha of Sage Synergy Counseling Center. We hear the personal stories of two adults, one man and one woman, who both grew up fatherless, Robin Pollack and Niki Kim. 

Birth in the News:
Millennials Put Off Motherhood
Infant Mortality Month

Research:
National Fatherhood Initiative
The Importance of Fathers

Resources:
Nurturing Dads Class
Sage Synergy Counseling Center




Episode 154: International Babywearing Week

Thanks to Tara Tomlinson Photography for this gorgeous image of Maternally Yours co-founder and tonight's guest, Cheryl Kindred!
Join the Conversation on Tuesday September 30 at 6pm ET as we celebrate International Babywearing Week. We'll explore why wearing your baby in a carrier facilitates bonding, supports breastfeeding, and combats baby blues and postpartum depression, how to wear your baby safely with confidence, and where to celebrate International Babywearing Week in your community. Have a question for our hosts or guests? Please email us or post to our facebook page.

Tune into WSLR 96.5 LPFM or online at www.wslr.org tonight, Tuesday, September 30th at 6:00pm ET. The program will also available later in the evening via podcast at maternallyyoursradio.com.

For more information, please contact the hostesses of Maternally Yours at MaternallyYoursRadio@gmail.com, or on our facebook page at facebook.com/maternallyyours.

Maternally Yours, 
Laura, Ryan and Dana