• 01:01

    Being Happy While Struggling with Infertility

    in Health

    Is it possible to be happy when you are suffering from infertility and going through fertility treatment? Host Dawn Davenport interviews Dr. Ali Domar, international leader in the field of mind/body medicine and women’s health, founder of The Domar Center for Mind/Body Health, and author of numerous books including Conquering Infertility and Being Happy Without Being Perfect.


     


    Highlights of the show can be found here:

    Highlights


    More Creating a Family resources on infertility can be found here.


     

  • 01:02

    Grants for Infertility Treatment: Affording IVF

    in Health

    Are grants available to help pay for fertility treatment? How do you apply and what are the granting organizations looking for. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Lisa Duran, Director of Pay it Forward Fertility Foundation, a non profit organization that assists couples in paying for fertility treatments not covered by health insurance; and Dr. Camille Hammond, Director of the Tinina Q. Cade Foundation, which provides grants to assist needy infertile families.


     


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

  • 00:16

    Infertility and Your Sex Life: 5 Helpful Tips toward Intimacy

    in Family

    Dr. Mike Drouin, OB/GYN in Lewiston Maine has helped couples to conceive for over 25 years. As an infertility specialist he has seen first hand the impact this struggle has on a couples sex life . In this interview he will share tips for combining tradtional medical practice with mind/body techniques to support couples to find their way back to enjoying the intimate side of their relationship once again. 

  • 00:32

    Natural Solutions For Secondary Infertility

    in Moms and Family

    I have a 3.5 year old child.  The possibility of being infertile had never dawned on me.  Afterall, I have a child!


    But it happened, and apparently is very common.  Infertility after having had a child, otherwise known as secondary infertility, apparently accounts for up to 60% of infertility cases.


    Anyone see anything wrong with this picture?  I did.  Fortunutely, I was delivered from this "disease" naturally.  Please listen in to hear my story and how it can help you.


    If you'd like more details on my story, please visit us at our blog as well at http://www.everythingsahm.net/ and search for "secondary infertility". 


    Please take a minute to leave us a rating and review.  It helps us grow and helps us know how to help more mothers out there.  Not to mention, the good reviews are really motivating :)


     


     

  • 01:02

    Coping with Infertility as the Fertile Partner

    in Health

    Is infertility experienced differently by the fertile partner in a relationship? Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Andrea Braverman, a Clinical Associate Professor with a joint appointment in the Department of OB/Gyn and Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University.  Since 1985, Dr. Braverman has worked as a health psychologist with a specialty in infertility counseling, third party reproduction and medical health management issues. infertility, male infertility, egg donation, sperm donor, egg donor, adoption


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

  • 01:06

    mPatient Myeloma Radio: Dr. Vincent Rajkumar, MD, Mayo Clinic

    in Health

    The guidelines for myeloma treatment are changing to allow earlier treatment, even without some of the typical symptoms or disease damage. The goal is to treat earlier and prevent severe damage that myeloma causes. Learn more about these new guidelines from Dr. Vincent Rajkumar, MD of the Mayo Clinic on this very important show.

  • 00:04

    Clinic II Vital Signs Class 4

    in Education

    Welcome to Clinical II Vital signs! Your Instructor for this term is Rhonda Kay. To be productive in her class you will need to make sure that you have the proper materials including your text book, minute watch, white lab coat, stethescope, blood pressure cuff and will be required to wear a surgical light blue scrub uniform to any intern office when being on internship or practical training. By now you should have received your syllabus and lesson plans for the class. This is a closed forum classroom which means that you will not be able to communicate with the Instructor while she is teaching however because the class is Instructor Lead you are able to communicate with your Instructor in campus lead classes as well as by email.


    In this class you will be learning how to productive complete a detailed patient assessment including blood pressures, pulse (both radial and brachial), respirations, height and weight and temperatures. Students will learn how to take a detailed assessment of the patients condition in effort to properly prep the patient and prepare the provider for the patients plan of care.


    We look forward to a great class. Remember students will need to send their required attendance flag word in order to receive attendance credits for the class. Students may be required to meet on campus or at the intern clinic for practice. Students will also be required to watch YouTube links for visual practicals. Thank you for being a valued part of the classroom!

  • 02:05

    Dadio's Lunch Bucket Radio Clinic - another "Hey Ya' Big Jerk Productions" gig

    in Current Events

    JANESVILLE COMMUNITY RADIO:  Janesville, Wisconsin


    DADIO'S LUNCH BUCKET RADIO CLINIC - Live this week from Cool Dadio Media Studio 54 1/2


    Today's crew: Dadio; Donald; and, Bennie the Piddl'n Kitty

    Call in to the show live and tell us how your Second Grade teacher wrecked your life. 

    Dadio's Lunch Bucket has a little bit of everything. From time to time, live from the home studio at the MY OFFICE JVL building, and quite often on the road at local taverns and coffee shops, the Radio Clinic risks the perils of ad hoc radio. There is a working class blue-collar theme with local and regional interests that weave through the show. Some college degrees are mixed in. And, all along the way they try to give a voice to those ignored by the status quo.  Somehow, they entertain us all in the process.


    Segments include but are not limited to:  Word Phrase; Fish Fry; Quiz; Blue-Collar Jobs; Wisconsin War Casualties; News and Comment; and..., Burgers.


    You need to ask Dadio and his crew some questions..., the man comes with his own support group that is prepared and ready to pull him out of the holes he invariably digs himself into!


    Call the show, play the quiz, win, make Dadio buy you a beverage at a local watering hole!


    dadioslunchbucket.com - pod casts, crew, guests, and show outlines

  • 00:43

    Dealing with Events & Holidays when You're Experiencing Infertility

    in Health

    The holidays are upon us, and it can bring up many tough decisions and ackward conversations when you're trying to conceive.  Mary Goyer has some helpful advice to turn a potentially diastrous season into something, dare we imagine it, actually beautiful and beneficial to our health.  


    These tools can be used at the holdiays or really any time in your fertlity journey.  They are important life skills for enlightened women!


    Some things we'll cover on the show:



    Letting go of perfect 
    Letting go of 'have to'
    Connecting with your partner
    Making new rituals
    Learning how to say no gracefully
    Looking inward for your best decision, and fast!
    Creating a special theme word for the season
    Dealing with miscarraige grief and processing


    Mary Goyer MS can be found at aufertility.com.  


    Your host Bridgit Danner can be found at bridgitdanner.com.  She has both a fertlity and a gratitude free gift at her site.  


    Please note that all future episodes will be hosted at the podcast 'Women's Wellness Radio."  Kindly find us there for weekly shows on all things women's health.  Just put 'Women's Wellness Radio" in your podcast search bar and subscribe!


     

  • 02:00

    Dadio's Lunch Bucket Radio Clinic - another "Hey Ya' Big Jerk Productions" gig

    in Current Events

    DADIO'S LUNCH BUCKET RADIO CLINIC - Live this week from Cool Dadio Media Studio 54 1/2


    JANESVILLE COMMUNITY RADIO:  Janesville, Wisconsin


    ..., our first show from the new Cool Dadio Media Studio 54 1/2


    Today's crew: Downtown Dadio; Donald; a pod casting cast of thousands; and, Bennie the Piddl'n Kitty

    Call in to the show live and tell us how your Second Grade teacher wrecked your life. 

    Dadio's Lunch Bucket has a little bit of everything. From time to time, live from the home studio at the MY OFFICE JVL building, and quite often on the road at local taverns and coffee shops, the Radio Clinic risks the perils of ad hoc radio. There is a working class blue-collar theme with local and regional interests that weave through the show. Some college degrees are mixed in. And, all along the way they try to give a voice to those ignored by the status quo.  Somehow, they entertain us all in the process.


    Segments include but are not limited to:  Word Phrase; Fish Fry; Quiz; Blue-Collar Jobs; Wisconsin War Casualties; News and Comment; and..., Burgers.


    You need to ask Dadio and his crew some questions..., the man comes with his own support group that is prepared and ready to pull him out of the holes he invariably digs himself into!


    Call the show, play the quiz, win, make Dadio buy you a beverage at a local watering hole!


    dadioslunchbucket.com - pod casts, crew, guests, and show outlines

  • 01:05

    Preserving Fertility with a Cancer Diagnosis

    in Health

    A diagnosis of cancer is devastating on so many different levels. Often patients are so overwhelmed that the last thing they think about is getting on with their life once treatment is past. This would include taking action now to preserve their option to have children after cancer. Host Dawn Davenport talks with Dr. Michelle Ottey, Laboratory Director for Fairfax Cryobank, who works with male cancer patients; Dr. Stephen Lincoln, Medical Director of the Fertility Preservation Center for Cancer Patients at the Genetics and IVF Institute; and Lauren Haring, Director and Co-Founder of the Fertility Preservation Center for Cancer Patients at GIVF.


     


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

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