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The Authentic Woman host, Shannon Fisher, welcomes social and political advocate, Kate Noon, to discuss the path she took to turn an idea into a bill, and then into a law, by working with her local legislators. We explore the legisltive process and the debate around the country regarding public breast feeding. Kate is a member of the Virginia Breastfeeding Taskforce and serves on the Virginia Breastfeeding Advisory Committee as a representative of the Virginia Chapter of National Association of Social Workers.
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Lactation Counselor with a background in activism, Kate holds certifications in Perinatal Mood Disorders and Aging Studies. She has more than 15 years of experience working with non-profits and is currently the Board Chair for Midwives for Haiti and Program Director for the Better Housing Coalition.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their passions and inspirations. Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter - Links to Previous Episodes of The Authentic Woman.
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Although Robert’s professional background has largely been in technology training and consulting, he has worked with several inventions and startups over the past 20 years; among them a cat toy, a pickup truck cap accessory and a kitchen tool for making kids lunches more enjoyable. Only BrushyBall came from experiences that he shared with his daughter. Rob wasn’t able to complete its development when it was inspired, but has now. It has always meant something dear to him and its success means the most to him.
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
Each week Dr. Epley, D.C., C.C.W.P, and Dr. Gofourth, D.C. will discuss current health news and noteworthy studies, and their impact on our health. Our emphysis is primarily on toxicity and deficiency and how this stress negatively effects our health. Creating sufficency and eliminating toxicity by eating well, moving well, and thinking well can reverse the negative effects of stress and can lead to a lifetime of health and wellness.
This week we will cover antibiotic resistance, Vitamin D and deperession, fast food ban in LA, Excessive vitamins in pregnancy, medical expansion, osteoarthritis, Vitamin D related to diabetes and clogged arteries, TB and superbugs, Fish oil, the pain med Lyrica, ADHD meds, Strawberries and pesticides, health diet in relation to cardiovascular disease, fish oil and prostate cancer, IOM was wrong again, the importance of breakfast, newer side effects of diabetes medications, folic acid supplementation, CAM therapies and cancer, Breastfeeding,
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In this episode, Sharea and Carol talk about FOX's hit show Empire and how the show has dealt with mental illness, a new study links breastfeeding and your child's future IQ and income, and Cincinnati Bengals free agent Devon Still and his daughter Leah receive some good news about her fight with pediatric cancer this week. During the second segment, the ladies continue their discussion from last week's show about codependency.
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Random Talk is a product of a long standing friendship, now coming up on 15 years. Recently on one of our weekly walks, Carol and I came up with this brilliant idea. We decided to give people a look into our great discussions and weekly rants.
Friends since 1999, our friendship has taught us patience, forgiveness, support and a host of other lessons. Since then we have both become college graduates, working professionals, business owner, wives, and Carol a mother. We hope to continue our loving friendship for years to come.
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Today Shirley Gutkokwski will explore the team that is needed to support women so they can breasfeed their babies successfully. This means healthy babies and happy moms. Today's guest is Dr. Lawrence Kotlow is a 1972 graduate of SUNY Buffalo Dental School, and completed his pediatric dental residency at the Children's Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio between 1972-1974. Since 1974 he has had a private practice in Albany, New York. He became Board Certified in Pediatric dentistry in 1980 , and is a Fellow in the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.
The topics we will cover today will include but not be limited to the breastfeeding team, why mothers need a team effort in getting their infants breastfeeding without problems for either the mom or the infants. The role of the pediatric dentist, IBCLC and cranial sacral therapist is developing the mother infant relationship during breastfeeding.
From the moment the baby is born, in a perfect world, someone on the delivery team should acess the baby for tongue or lip tie. These small issues can be easily corrected and often go unnoticed, these babies can have trouble sucking, latching on or even have failure to thrive which my be blamed on something unrelated, when infact a simple procedure can solve this issue. If a mother has an abundance of milk this may not be noticed at first and ultimately affect tooth and jaw devlopment.
Join us today to learn more about the world of breastfeeding and who on the team can support babies and moms.
You can also find more information on Dr. Kotlow's website: http://www.kiddsteeth.com
Host: Shirley Gutkowski America's Dental Hygienist
Producer: Laurie Samuels www.bellahealthyliving.com
The expectations that we have on oursleves as mothers is large, we can all agree on that - but is it real? The media feeds us with images of how we should look, feel and live from a very young age. The images of motherhood are often unrealistic while the reality of motherhood is vastly under-represented. These expectations are reinforced every which way we turn, causing women to try to hide their reality and persisit on 'keeping it together'. As you transition into Parenthood, you transition into a stage of life that challanges and changes your identity, your values and your relationships. Not expecting these changes can greatly affect your life, often leaving women feeling they have underachieved, confused and even depressed - but it's in this vulnerability that we can truly connect - and create our new tribe.
Elly Taylor is a Physcologist who noticed that her story and many of her clients stories were not dissimilar, they were drowning in parenthood, feeling that something was wrong with themselves, their partner and their relationship. After studying the research available she discovered that there was a lot of research on the subject but it wasn’t translating into practical support in the community, so she wrote her book Becoming Us which has become a bench mark book on the subject. www.empoweringmotherhoodradio.com
Kalyn Risker is the single mother of two girls, the founder and director of the non-profit SAFE, a position for which she accepts no salary, a master's student in Human Resources Administration at Central Michigan University, and a sought-after public speaker on domestic violence and enonomic self-sufficiency, so she is one busy woman. Her journey began one day in 1998, when her ex-boyfriend hammered her about the face, breaking an eye socket and forcing her to have reconstructive surgery. Money was tight, but her doctor refused to sign a form allowing her to return to work. Risker took a job with another company, and harbored an interest in human resources. She found a scholarship available for women who were domestic violence survivors and obtained her BA.
Once she had her degree she moved up to a human resources position at an HMO. Over the course of her employment she met other women who had abusive partners. She also noticed, at the HMO, that many applications for employment she received were incomplete, that resumes were deficient, and that many applicants didn't interview well. Her experiences gave her the insight that domestic violence had an economic component, with abusers often controlling the household finances so the victims could not afford things they needed, and were bound to their abusing partner. She had also learned that many women were not prepared to enter the workforce and thus achieve fiscal independence from their abusers. Risker founded SAFE in 2006 as a resource to give women the skills to apply for employment, step up to a better job, learn how to manage their money, all the skills they need to break the cycle of economic abuse.
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Just when we thought we were free from the hands of Medolac. Tune in to View From A Rack tomorrow as Rebecca and Afrykayn talk with Mother Iola Kostrzewski. She received an email from Medolac asking her to not only sale her milk but to write about it. You don't want to miss this Mom explain how this felt and how they "choose" her.
Margi Deneau-Saxton joins CAPPA Radio to share her wisdom and experience about Infant Massage. Her tips, and ideas will give you insight into the useful tool of infant massage with regards to bonding, breastfeeding, and nurturing touch.
Margi Deneau-Saxton, RN, CCCE, CLC, CPD/T (CAPPA) 45 years experience in maternal-infant care. In 1996, she studied infant massage and began incorporating it into her clinical nursing practice. Eventually, she became a trainer of infant Margi is also a lactation counselor and a childbirth educator. In 2004, she founded MotherNurture Pregnancy and Postpartum Professionals, collaborating with two other health care professionals, a massage therapist and a lactation consultant with the vision that “women who are nurtured are better able to nurture others." They continue to provide educational opportunities and a variety of services within the greater Augusta, GA, area. Margi enjoys a marriage that spans some 47 years and has brought to Margi what she deems her most fulfilling experiences...mothering six and now, a grandmother to 14. Check out her website: www.mothernurture.net for more information about upcoming Nurturing Touch classes, and CAPPA postpartum doula trainings.
Speaking of Birth! Come sing a lullabye, hear a poem and discuss the intersectionality of giving birth and being born into the overculture. "SPEAKING OF BIRTH: blending science and spirit in the wise woman tradition" Want to be a guest? Eager to welcome YOUR voice as mother, birth professional, grandparent, elder, sister, father, partner, child, doula, midwife--if you have given birth OR BEEN BORN, come share your words, poems, wisdom and songs in radical collaboration!
Sing a lullabye, hear a poem and then meet birth professional, Emily Varnam who discusses compassion for all in a heteronormative gender binary society; hear about the State of the World's Midwifery and resources for radical collaboration!
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