A Brief History of Reproductive Justice
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
1M ago
Explore the untold narrative of reproductive justice through the lens of Black women's activism in this enlightening program. Hear about the limitations of conventional reproductive rights movements and learn when the movement moved toward inclusivity. From SisterSong's pioneering efforts to redefine bodily autonomy to understanding the historical oppression shaping healthcare today, this program is a vital insight into advocacy and empathy in diverse healthcare settings [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 39426 ..read more
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Breastfeeding: Common Questions
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Why won't my baby latch? Is my baby getting enough to eat? The early days of breastfeeding are filled with so many questions. Nancy White, RN, IBCLC, a board certified lactation consultant, joins Julia Cormano, MD, FACOG, to talk about basic techniques, the ins and outs of latching, and how to overcome challenges as you start your breastfeeding journey. Series: "Motherhood Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38625 ..read more
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What Does It Mean To Be Advanced Maternal Age?
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Many women are becoming pregnant later in life. Providers use the term “advanced maternal age” (AMA) to describe a pregnancy in a person greater than 35 years old. Dr. Julia Cormano explains how being AMA can impact your pregnancy and the steps you can take to optimize your health. Series: "Motherhood Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38253 ..read more
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Postpartum Birth Control Options
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
It may seem surprising to start thinking about birth control even while you’re pregnant, but there’s no better time than now to start planning if and when you’d like to be pregnant again. Dr. Julia Cormano outlines birth control options from the pill to tubal ligation. Series: "Motherhood Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38257 ..read more
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What is a High Risk Pregnancy?
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Having your pregnancy labeled as “high risk” can be frightening, but doesn’t need to be. Dr. Julia Cormano explains common reasons a pregnancy could be considered "high risk," the types of care available, considerations for delivery and more. Series: "Motherhood Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38255 ..read more
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What is Centering Pregnancy?
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Prenatal appointments offer valuable insight into your baby's health. Having those appointments in a group setting can also offer a sense of community. Certified Nurse Midwife Vanessa Wright and ObGyn Dr. Julia Cormano discuss what to expect from a centering pregnancy experience and how to decide if it is right for you. Series: "Motherhood Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 36957 ..read more
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CARTA: The Evolution of Human Physical Activity - Grazyna Jasienska - Physical Activity and Women's Reproductive Health
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Human physical activities differ significantly from other species. How, when and why did these capabilities evolve? What adaptations underlie them? And how did the evolution of human physical activity affect other key human characteristics that have advanced our species? Grazyna Jasienska discusses different effects of activity on women's reproductive health. The effects of physical activity on female physiology and health are much more complex than for men. Just like in men, activity is beneficial for many aspects of health, but physically active women also face important physiological trade ..read more
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Pro-Regenerative Biomaterials for Treating Heart and Skeletal Muscle - A Closer Look
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Karen Christman and Marianna Alperin discuss the newest discoveries and cutting-edge techniques for pro-regenerative biomaterials for heart and skeletal muscle with applications to cardiovascular disease and pelvic floor disorders. Series: "Women in Science" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 36848 ..read more
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CARTA: Altered States of the Human Mind: Implications for Anthropogeny: Barbara Parry - Peripartum Depression
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Experts address altered states of the mind that are deliberately induced by humans. We will address what is known about origins and mechanisms of these mind-altering practices. In doing so, we hope to gain new insights into the origins and workings of the human mind. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 36676 ..read more
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Your Pelvic Floor: Prolapse Pregnancy and Incontinence
Women's Health (Audio)
by UCTV: UC San Diego
4M ago
Pelvic dysfunction is not something you have to live with. In this frank interview with Julia Cormano, MD, FACOG and Laura Aughinbaugh, DNP, WHNP, CNM discuss the common causes of incontinence, prolapse, and pelvic pain and how kegel exercises, devices, and medical procedures can help. Whether your issues happened during pregnancy or are genetic, there are solutions to get you through the day to day with confidence. Series: "Motherhood Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 35780 ..read more
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