• 00:31

    Allergies Developing in Newborns?

    in Nutrition

    Dr. Len Brancewicz of www.TheNutritionShoppe.net discusses today's health topics from a natural and traditional perspective. 

    Weight loss, ADD, hormone help, cancer, and so much more!

    www.TheNutritionShoppe.net..why are so many children developing allergies at earlier and earlier ages??  we discuss

  • 01:52


    in Entertainment

    OPEN FLOOR WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND COME ON LET'S TALK ABOUT IT We can, thankfully, remove one threat to the future existence of the human male from our worry list: The male Y chromosome, after dwindling from its original robust size over millions of years, apparently has halted its 

    But don’t start cheering yet. Contrary to cultural assumptions that boys are stronger and sturdier, basic biological weaknesses are built into the male of our species. These frailties leave them more vulnerable than girls to life’s hazards, including environmental pollutants such as insecticides, lead and plasticizers that target their brains or hormones. Several studies suggest that boys are harmed in some ways by these chemical exposures that girls are not. It’s man’s fate, so to speak.

    First of all, human males are disappearing. Mother Nature has always acknowledged and compensated for the fragility and loss of boys by arranging for more of them: 106 male births to 100 female newborns over the course of human history. (Humans are not unique in this setup: Male piglets, as an example, are conceived in greater proportion to compensate for being more likely than female piglets to die before birth.) But in recent decades, from the United States to Japan, from Canada to northern Europe, wherever researchers have looked, the  has declined. Examining U. S. records of births for the years between 1970 and 1990, they found 1.7 fewer boys per 1,000 than in decades and centuries past; 

  • 00:31

    Breastfeeding, Enhancing the First Relationship, with Jill Wodnick

    in Dads and Family

    On this weeks episode we talk about breastfeeding with Jill Wodnick.   Jill Wodnick is a national speaker on giving birth, being born, breastfeeding & infant mental health. Jill is a Lamaze educator, certified lactation counselor and  led  a community doula program to reduce perinatal disparities.  She is affiliated faculty at  Montclair State University’s Center for Autism & Early Childhood Mental Health running the 'Enhancing the First Relationship: Breastfeeding as a Protective Factor in Infant Mental Health' initiative. to learn more a bout Jill visit her website: http://www.jillwodnick.com

  • 00:28

    Artists You Should Know in Photography - with Brooke Bryand

    in Photography

    Artists You Should Know is all about helping you expand your skill set and becoming a better photographer and business person. Skip Cohen is your host and today's guest is San Francisco children's photographer, Brooke Bryand. While Brooke has an increbily diverse skill set, her passion is photographing babies.

    In the wedding industry we always talk about storytelling as an important skill. Well, Brooke has taken storytelling to a new level with her portrait work with babies, utilizing macro photography to capture "those tiny toes and itty bitty lips" and doing portraits with her signature, an extremely narrow depth of field. You'll immediately pick up on her passion for the craft as she talks about the importance of building a relationship with her subjects and "the 10 second rule".

    Today's podcast is all thanks to our friends at Tamron USA. They not only make great glass, but their passion for education and supporting the photographic community has set the standard for the industry.

    This podcast is also part of a "daily double". Check out Brooke's guest post on the SCU blog. She's shared three outstanding tips to help you develop your own unique look and raise the bar on your images, especially when shooting babies with a macro lens.

  • 00:42

    EU mandating RFID be on newborns ?

    in Lifestyle


  • 00:38

    Mary Ellen Mannix - The James Project - Protecting Newborns

    in Lifestyle

    Join me as I interview Mary Ellen Mannix, author, teacher, restorative practices educator & facilitator, and nationally recognized patient safety advocate.   December 1st at 11AM PST/2PM EST.
    Today Mary Ellen is working with her state senator to ensure that all Pennsylvania newborns receive appropriate screening for the most common birth defect – SB 1202 The James Mannix Bill.  www.jamessproject.com
    James's Project is a community based organization focused on improving communication in healthcare with the goal of saving children's lives and clinician's livelihoods. Communication strategies have an impact on our infant mortality rate. We want to improve it.
    James's Project works on three levels to save other children and families from the losses James and his clinicians and families endured.
    --Proactive – on sight, online, and phone education and awareness programs to help parents and caregivers prepare and learn the best practices to safely navigate their child through the healthcare system. There is information that parents can get that will help them most successfully advocate for their child - as well as themselves, so treatment decisions are truly family centered.
    --Active - healthcare coaching & bedside advocacy (which can be bedside or simply by phone) to assist & empower parents who have a hospitalized or child in crisis and feel communication with care providers is not as good as it should be.
    --Reactive - medication and conciliatory services if and when there is an outcome that the patient and family have questions about.
    Kenotes and Workshops:  Mediation via Restorative Practice methodologies, Family Group Conferencing, Family Group Decision Making, Healing & Growth Conferences in Healthcare, Speakers Bureau, Supportv Groups

  • 01:29


    in Religion

    Anyone who uses drugs or alcohol will pick up entities when in a high, inebriated, drunken, stoned state of mind.  It even happens with the use of some medical sedatives such as Oxycontin and others, or even too many sedative herbs, possibly.

    When a woman is raped, for example, she usually picks up a slew of harmful, nasty or just mischievous entities from the rapist.  Some entities enjoy hanging around rapists for the fun of it, or to burrow into the woman raped for some sort of odd sexual experience.

    Although it is not mentioned much, whenever a baby is born, entities gather around.  Unortunately, newborns are vulnerable to entity attachment.  It could even happen before birth, but it definitely happens at and right after birth.

    Some entities love being inside a woman’s vagina, or perhaps inside a man.  When people have sex, particularly casual sex with people not their spouse, entity attachment is extremely common.  It almost goes with the territory.  This is a powerful reason to not engage in casual sex, even if you are single and unattached

  • 00:30

    Feeding Newborns - How To Breastfeed

    in Parents

    www.my-natural-motherhood-journey.com I will be speaking with Mackey Roberson, who is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, about how to breastfeed your newborn. We'll be covering topics such as failure to thrive and nipple soreness. Here's a little about our guest:
    I was born into a military family in the mid seventies with career driven parents who chose to bottle feed me because that’s what everyone else did. Hailing from a family of formula feeding women, the odds were not in favor of me becoming a breastfeeding warrior. But I am. Today I look for every opportunity to engage in discussions with prenatal women about their feeding options. I encourage and support  Moms who choose to breastfeed. When I take off my “professional titles”, I’m a wife, long term breast feeder, baby wearer, homeschooler, co-sleeper, Christian and a myriad of other things. My husband and I share in the joys and triumphs of raising 8 breastfed children. My children are 17,15,13,12,8,6,and my nursling is 15 months old. My life goal is to see breastfeeding become the norm.

  • 02:15

    *HONEYCOMB CONVERSATIONS* Consorting With The Divine Thoth...

    in Spirituality

    A sacred womans womb, is the keeper of all wisdom...a storehouse of akashic records are found in  each of the living cells in her body. What is going on with the Sacred Feminine and the Sacred Masculine, where does the disharmony come from? What is the message that is presenting itself like, the crowning of newborns head?... Tune in as Grand Father/Elder Kwame Sun Horse, and eye, discuss the latest Cosmic Revelations… Teena Marie will serve as our musical muse… Featured Artist: Hans Walor http://hanswalor.com/purpose.html

    From Mutha Wit’s Womb of Universal Wisdom, Eye would like to introduce you to *Honeycomb Conversations*; where we will indulge in the sweetness of Sacred Sexuality, from a conscious evolving woman’s prospective. All views are welcome, all questions are welcome, come on….grab a seat, get bowl, let us shuck dese Peas (es,patriarchal traditions) so that we may nourish our Global Village. No topic is taboo. Grown Folks Only. (18+). Male, Female, and every Essence in between is welcome to participate. Please share your questions and concerns, if it's too personal, please put it in the inbox...confidentiality is guaranteed! You will bee assigned a name or number, simply for future reference... BEE LOVE & BEE BLESSED!




  • 00:29

    Dr. Geri De Stefano-Webre - Inviting True Love Series

    in Relationships

    Dr. Geri De Stefano-Webre is a trance medium and transpersonal psychologist. Her practice has spanned 40 years of working with seekers, clients and students willing to do the Work of personal Transformation.

    Dr. Geri has worked in many diverse fields: addiction, spiritual emergence and, for many years, was  Co-founder and Executive Director for a residential program that supported women placing their newborns with adopting parents. 

    Her work now, is primarily focused on personal transformation. She teaches basic classes in psychic development, the One Year Seminar, for advanced Work, Life Readings and one-to-one therapy. 

    Of particular interest to Dr. Geri is the challenge people face within relationships. Often the mediator, sometimes the referee, she strives to bring consciousness and mindfulness to her clients.

    Dr. Geri lives with her soulmate and abler soul, Alfred Lambremont Webre, in Vancouver Canada where she has a private practice.


  • 00:30

    Co-Sleeping: Adding an Infant and Sex as a co-sleeping family

    in Moms and Family

    Kristen Tea and Crystal Wolf talk about adding newborns to the family bedroom. And as long as time allows we will get into co-sleeping and sex. Can it be done? Oh yes! If time doesn't permit we shall create a sequel. Hope to hear from you!

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