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Baby’s first foods: How to form healthy eaters
Baby’s transition to solid foods can be a source of stress for parents – or the most natural thing in the world. The key: Don’t force it. Instead, allow baby choices and a fun introduction to food, said Sara Fausett, a registered dietitian nutritionist at Intermountain Cedar City Hospital. Jade Elliott spoke with Sara Fausett … Continue reading Baby’s first foods: How to form healthy eaters →
What to expect at prenatal appointments
What happens during prenatal visits is different depending on how far along you are in your pregnancy. You should schedule your first prenatal visit around 6 to 8 weeks of pregnancy (2-4 weeks after a missed period). Early and regular prenatal visits help your midwife or doctor will check your health and the growth of … Continue reading What to expect at prenatal appointments →
What to do after your pregnancy test comes back positive
There’s a whole range of emotions that women experience when they decide to do a home pregnancy test and it comes back positive. Women may feel nervous, surprised, excited, relieved, afraid, happy, overwhelmed or any combination of those all at once. You might not know what to do first! Jade Elliott spoke with Emily Hart … Continue reading What to do after your pregnancy test comes back positive →
What to do about your toddler’s aggressive behavior
Toddlers and tantrums go hand in hand. As children grow, however, some tantrums teeter into aggressive behavior. “Parents often wonder how they can address a toddler’s biting or hitting, or help calm severe emotional outbursts,” said Dr. Peter Lindgren, a pediatrician with Intermountain Healthcare. “A good starting point is to address the specific behavior, help … Continue reading What to do about your toddler’s aggressive behavior →
Keep kids safe as they head back to school with masking, COVID vaccine
With school starting next month, experts are concerned that COVID-19 cases could rise among children, especially with the prevalence of the Delta variant which transmits much more easily. While COVID vaccines are available to kids ages 12 and up, it’s not yet available to younger children. Jade Elliott spoke with Katrina Jensen, a pediatric nurse with … Continue reading Keep kids safe as they head back to school with masking, COVID vaccine →
Talking with your doctor about surrogate motherhood
Surrogate motherhood is the practice when a woman bears a child on behalf of another person who is not able to carry a baby. It typically occurs via in vitro fertilization. Jade Elliott spoke with Dr. Barney, the OB/Gyn who delivered the baby carried by surrogate mother Brianna Bigelow for mom Jenny Lowe about surrogacy on … Continue reading Talking with your doctor about surrogate motherhood →
I have pcos and would love to go into detail about that with a guest dr
Turn your voice down.
Intro WAY TOO LOUD. Expect to have volume WAY down.
Thanks for the episode on potty training! It have some great info!