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The Baby’s Birth Experience, with Karen Strange

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #7

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be talking about birth, but from the baby’s perspective. Have you ever wondered what a baby goes through when being born? It turns out that there’s a specific sequence of events that occurs as newborns transition into the outside world. What are those events and why do they matter? To learn more, I talk with Karen Strange.

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Nutrition during Pregnancy, with Amy V. Haas

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #6

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be talking about nutrition during pregnancy. If you’re pregnant, you’re probably very familiar with all the things you should avoid eating. But can the things you do eat help lower your risks of prematurity, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes and other complications? To learn more, I’ll be talking with Amy V. Haas.

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Fertility and Age, with Lisa Doran

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #5

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be talking fertility facts, when planning to have children later in life. In the past 40 years, the number of women waiting to have babies until their mid-30’s or later has significantly increased. How does age affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant, and what can she do about it? To learn more, I’ll be talking with Dr. Lisa Doran.

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Birth intuition, with Lesley Everest

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #4

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be focusing about what it means to go into birth intuitively. If you’ve never given birth before, you’ve probably wondered: “how will I know when labor starts?” only to have moms tell you “oh, you’ll know”; but what else will you know? And how can you use it to your advantage during labor? To learn more, I’ll be talking to the extremely perceptive Lesley Everest.

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“Laid-back” Breastfeeding, with Attie Sandink

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #3

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be focusing on “laid-back” breastfeeding. Also know as baby-led latching, biological nurturing or self-attachment. But no matter what you call it, this incredibly natural approach can really help you and your baby get breastfeeding off to a great start. To tell us more, I’ll be talking with the ever insightful Attie Sandink.

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About safer bedsharing, with Teresa Pitman

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #2

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be focusing on safer bed-sharing. New parents are constantly being told that putting their babies to sleep in bed with them is risky behavior that should be avoided. Despite this, bed-sharing has doubled in the past two decades. To guide us through this conundrum, I’ll be talking with the very knowledgeable Teresa Pitman.

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Talking partners and birth, with Gena Kirby

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #1

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be focusing on partner-centered birth. And partner can mean whoever you’ll be counting on to be there for you, for  your labor. Because even if you are a single mom, having the support you want can make a world of difference. I’ll be talking to the fabulous Gena Kirby about some of the ways that your partner can help.

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