• 00:37

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Authors Teresa & Bernard Villegas

    in Books

    http://howwebecameafamily.com 


    How We Became a Family: Version Sperm Donor - Singleton~ 


        To build a family, first of all you need love. But how do you talk with your child about their in vitro origins? How do you tell your child they were conceived with the help of a donor?
       Adding children to a family -making a baby- takes all the same parts needed to make any baby animal.


    Knowledge of science and our bodies is a smart and beautiful thing.


        This complex story is explained in an easy and positive way that children can accept and be proud of.


    This book is for couples who understand that their child's well-being comes from knowing how much they are wanted, who they are, and how they came into this world and into their family. Celebrating the story of your child's origins through the simple act of reading can reinforce your family's journey of deep bonding and open communication.  

  • 01:01

    How IVF is Changing and Improving Your Chances of Conceiving

    in Health

    What are the medical advances in in vitro fertilization in the last several years. Are your chances of getting pregnant with fertility treatment improving? What have we learned about helping people conceive. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Eric Forman, Board Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist at RMA New Jersey, and co-author of the cover story in July ‘14 issue of Contemporary OBGYN Magazine  “The New IVF Paradigm”.


    Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
     
    Blog summary of the show
     
    Highlights
     
    More Creating a Family resources on IVF can be found here.


     

  • 00:44

    What Parts Make Up The Female Anatomy? Ms Sherri's Truth4Youth Saturday@2:30pst

    in Radio

    The female reproductive system is designed to carry out several functions. It produces the female egg cells necessary for reproduction, called the ova or oocytes. The system is designed to transport the ova to the site of fertilization. Conception, the fertilization of an egg by a sperm, normally occurs in the fallopian tubes. The next step for the fertilized egg is to implant into the walls of the uterus, beginning the initial stages of pregnancy. If fertilization and/or implantation does not take place, the system is designed to menstruate (the monthly shedding of the uterine lining). In addition, the female reproductive system produces female sex hormones that maintain the reproductive cycle.

  • 01:03

    How Does IVF Affect the Babies and Children

    in Health

    Most parents that conceive children with in vitro fertilization wonder about the short term and long term impact of this treatment on the children conceived. Are children conceived through infertility treatment more at risk for congenital defects; physical growth delays; neurological, cognitive, behavioral, and mental health issues; metabolic disease, or at an increased risk for cancer? What does a review of the latest research show? Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Seetha Shankaran, Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Neonatal Perinatal Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine, and author of comprehensive analysis of the literature on childhood and young adult outcome following assisted reproductive therapies.  


    Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
     
    Blog summary of the show
     
    Highlights
     
    More Creating a Family resources on IVF can be found here.

  • 00:51

    HortiNova's Sjoerd Smits on Plant Sap Analysis Technology

    in Science

    John Kempf interviews Sjoerd Smits on Plant Sap Analysis Technology. Sjoerd is co-owner and consultant at HortiNova Group in the Netherlands. 


    HortiNova provides crop consultancy service for growers. They specialize in keeping crops healthy through optimal fertilization and soil / substrate conditions, with a minimum input of chemical pesticides and fertilizer. 


    Plant sap analyses are used to “read” the crop nutritional deficiencies or excesses very early when the crop doesn’t visually show signs yet. Correcting these deficiencies or excesses will increase plant health. Sjoerd, through HortiNova, closely works together with Nova Crop Control who performs these analyses in the Netherlands.


    Crop Health Laboratories is now facilitating sap analysis services in the United States.


    Listen to John and Sjoerd discuss the many benefits of sap analysis and how it compares to tissue analysis.


    This is a pre-recorded interview. No live calls will be taken.

  • 01:02

    Infertility - Where does it stem from and Risk Factors w/ Dr. Shamonki, UCLA

    in Health

    We begin our talk series on Fertility and Reproductive Health this July. Our first expert is Dr. Mousa Shamonki of UCLA. Dr. Shamonki is Director, In Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproduction, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Shamonki received his medical degree and OB/GYN residency training at the University of Vermont. He completed his reproductive endocrinology and infertility fellowship at Cornell University, after which he joined Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey for one year to refine his IVF-related techniques. In 2006 Dr. Shamonki joined UCLA and, as Director of In Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproduction, developed the UCLA IVF Program into a premier IVF Center. Dr. Shamonki has published numerous papers and has won several awards, including the Carbee Award for excellence in obstetrics and gynecology, the Patients' Choice Award and America's Top Doctors Award.

  • 01:03

    How Long to Try Fertility Pills and IUI Before Moving to IVF

    in Health

    What is the safest, fastest, and cheapest way to get pregnant in fertility treatment? How long should you continue to try Clomid or Letrozole and/or artificial insemination (IUI) with our without injectables before moving to IVF? Host Dawn Davenport interviews Dr. Alison Zimon, a reproductive endocrinologist at Boston IVF, and Dr. Samantha Pfeifer, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of Pennsylvania Medical School.


    Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
     
    Blog summary of the show
     
    Highlights
     
    More Creating a Family resources on infertility can be found here.

  • 00:29

    Pierce Brosnan. LeAnn Rimes,Jack Osbourne,Channing Tatum

    in Poetry

    Pierce Brosnan an Irish actor, film producer and environmentalist. LeAnn Rimes American country and pop singer.


    consulting with doctors' about in vitro fertilization


    Jack Osbourne’s new home is high-style, high-security


    Channing Tatum, American actor, film producer, dancer, and model.

  • 02:02

    AV Spirit & Soul Sundays welcomes Roseanna Vitro

    in Politics

    Spirit & Soul Sundays proudly presents  Vocalist/Educator Roseanna Vitro
    Acclaimed jazz veteran and Grammy-nominated artist, Roseanna Vitro sits down to talk about her life, career, the future of jazz music, and her forthcoming project, the Music of Clare Fischer. She joins us for the second hour of the program from the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. I hope you'll join us too.  Spirit & Soul Sundays is an eclectic two-hour trip down a musical memory lane celebrating gospel, jazz, soul, funk, R&B and adult contemporary jams of the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and the best songs of today. 
    "This is music for blue lights in the basement and grooving all night long."  -Jay Jackson, actor on Scandal and Parks & Recreation 
    Hosted by the 'Jazz Journalist' Sandra Booker  Please visit our website for information on our Music Spoken Here series and upcoming guests and special events.
     http://www.americanvernacular.org  

  • 01:03

    Minimal Stimulation IVF and Natural Cycle IVF

    in Health

    IVF and other infertility treatments are expensive and often not coverered by health insurance. Host Dawn Davenport talks with two pioneers in the field of fertility medicine about way and options to lower the cost of fertility treatments, including IVF. Dr. Joe Massey, a reproductive endocrinologist at Servy Massey Fertility Institute. He was involved with the first ICSI pregnancy in the US, the first US egg freezing in the US, and the world’s first successful assisted hatching procedures. Dr. Fran Yelian, a MD, PhD reproductive endocrinologist with Life IVF Center in Irvine, California. He specializes in minimal stimulation IVF and natural cycle IVF, as well as traditional infertility treatments. Recently, Dr. Yelian took a sabbatical leave to work at Kato Ladies Clinic in Japan where he mastered the new techniques and skills of Natural Cycle IVF and Minimal Stimulation IVF. 


    Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
     
    Blog summary of the show
     
    Highlights
     
    More Creating a Family resources on Minimal Stimulation IVF and Natural Cycle IVF can be found here.

  • 00:32

    Awe of Life Part Four

    in Spirituality

    Part Four of Awe of Life
    I would like to just touch on two more important moral matters pertaining to the sanctity of life:
    Invitro Fertilization
    And Embryonic stem cell research
    We have to first reiterate what I presented in greater detail in  previous episode.
    That the gift and power of our sexuality is ordered toward marriage between one man and one woman and each marital sexual act must include both the element of unity, oneness, and pleasure… along with the potential life-giving side of the act. Should we accept one benefit and power of this awesome gift from God, while rejecting the other?
     

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