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This podcast is all about the ARRIVE study, a Randomized Trial of Induction versus Expectant Management, was funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). Conducted by the NICHD Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units (MFMU). They meant to look at the effects of elective induction at 39 weeks

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EBB 138 – Healing after a Traumatic Birth with Bianca Marie Roberson

EBB 138 – Healing after a Traumatic Birth with Bianca Marie Roberson

Don't miss an episode! Subscribe to our podcast:  iTunes  |  Stitcher In this episode, I interview women’s health expert Bianca Marie Roberson. Bianca is located in Maryland, and has over 17 years of experience working in the public health field, including serving as...

EBB 137 – The Power of Birth Stories with Bryn Huntpalmer

EBB 137 – The Power of Birth Stories with Bryn Huntpalmer

Don't miss an episode! Subscribe to our podcast:  iTunes  |  Stitcher In this episode I am joined by Bryn Huntpalmer, an Austin, Texas-based podcaster and mother of three young children. She is the founder of The Birth Hour podcast, which was featured in Time Magazine...

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