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A weekly chat about women’s health from an expert in the fields of restorative endocrinology, functional neurology and functional medicine. The podcast will feature patient stories, health advice and Dr.Lovely's own special take on mind, body and spiritual healing for women of all ages and stages. Find out more at drlovely.expert.
 
We don’t know what we don’t know. Many parts of our bodies and health are often shrouded in mystery. Most people are confident in their knowledge about themselves and their body, until circumstances change, and for many, these changes are frequent. In each episode, host Minaa B. talks with Flo users about their health experiences, demystifying taboos, and gets tips from the experts around how living in sync with your cycle, body and mind can improve your well-being. A new podcast from Flo, t ...
 
Go behind the scenes with Days for Girls International, an award-winning NGO, as we interview thought leaders in international development who work to empower women and girls around the world. You’ll hear from experts in the fields of menstrual health, social entrepreneurship, and international development, as well as get inside stories from the women and girls impacted by our vital work to create menstrual equity for every girl, everywhere, period. Visit daysforgirls.org to learn more about ...
 
This show is for high performing women who want to have BETTER bodies, BETTER minds, BETTER relationships, BETTER sex, and BETTER families. I love taking complex science and making it easy to integrate into daily life. Every week I’ll be giving you access to world-class scientists, medical doctors, plastic surgeons, professional athletes, Olympic athletes, Hollywood actors, parenting coaches, sex experts, and psychologists. I am always looking to answer this question: What are the simplest t ...
 
Intended to inspire and entertain, best friends Jaci Marie & Chelsey Jade talk candidly about health, business, relationships, life, etc. You can expect the girls to be joined by occasional guests, reading friends' & fans' stories, & offering unsolicited but heartfelt advice. | Introduction music by Lowercase Committee | Cover art by Chloe Bruderer.
 
Comedians Natalie Norman and Jess Beaulieu co-host The Crimson Wave, a feminist podcast that explores the glorious topic of PERIODS. They bring on weekly guests and share hilarious anecdotes, stories, and theories about their lovely Aunt Flo. Listen in and join in the beauty that is menstruation.
 
Period Story is a podcast that features Le'Nise Brothers, a nutritionist @eatlovemove, having conversations about periods, breaking taboos and getting behind the menstrual health myths that hold us back. Each episode features a notable and interesting woman talking about her first period, the way she learned about periods and menstrual health, what she knows now that she wishes she knew back then and everything in between. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Curiosity Cake is a podcast for adults who still have a child-like sense of curiosity about the world. Featuring laid back conversations with experts across a wide range of subjects satisfying my unending curiosity and feeding my hunger for learning To find out more visit www.curiositycake.co.uk Twitter: @curiosity_cake Facebook: @curiositycakepod
 
A podcast for feminist menstruators who want to manage their health naturally, and supernaturally, through nutrition, herbalism, and intuitive expansion, using science and the moon as your guides. Hosted by Kristen Ciccolini, holistic nutritionist and founder of Good Witch Kitchen.
 
This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
 
Yours Mentally Podcast is one that discusses issues that we all have on our mind but are afraid to speak up about. Handled by 5 teenagers with the help of multiple mental health professionals, we aim to help our listeners get correct answers to their questions that they cannot get elsewhere. Our podcast is a safe space for anyone who wants to discover more about and improve their mental wellbeing. Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/yoursmentally?igshid=gh0ry36u6frq
 
On Agla Station Adulthood, best friends Rytasha Rathore and Ayushi Amin ride through the various stations of life. Whether you're in your mid-twenties, just entering them, or about to cross into the next decade, there seem to be a bunch of issues that we're all going through. After all, nobody is perfect. We've had first jobs, second jobs, we've blown our paychecks, and invested a little too. Half of us even moved into our own place. We swiped right, we swiped left, we've loved, we've been l ...
 
Hormones affect everyone and everything: from our skin, to stress, to sports. But for most of us, they're still a mystery. Even the way we talk about hormones makes no sense. ("She's hormonal.") So let's clear some things up. Each week, Rhea Ramjohn is asking scientists, doctors, and experts to break it all down for us. And this season? We're talking about birth control. Season 2 launches Oct 13 with eight weekly episodes.
 
Hi, how are you? Call me Harsh, or hvj. Once upon a time, which isn’t really too long ago, I was looking for something, searching for it desperately. Self-esteem. Until I found it in me, which was where it was all the time, and was overjoyed by the discovery, and laughed a lot about my ludicrous oversight. I faced adversities early, which proved to be the clay to shape and solidify my strengths. I must say, good fortune did not desert me, for I had great companions at family and work, who he ...
 
Is my heavy flow normal? Why do I snap at my boss every time I PMS? Why are periods considered disgusting, anyways? In a culture that likes to pretend periods don’t exist, women's health coach Stefanie Kleinburd and journalist Jessica Weiss are breaking the silence. The Flow Down offers fun, insightful, deep conversations about our cycles, plus interviews with special guests. New episodes every third Wednesday.
 
At Hush, hosts Radio DJs Germaine Tan, Hazelle Teo and Azura Goh, discuss relationships, health and wellness topics that may be taboo or just plain paiseh to talk about. Hush Podcast is a series by Clarity, follow us on Instagram at @itsclarity.co for exclusive content. We're also on YouTube! bit.ly/itsclarityco.
 
Hosted by Kira and Alexandria, two opinionated advocates with high hopes, higher GPAs, and a love of the sound of their own voices. Each week they will overreact to something that has been on their minds or on the news. Are you a woman with an opinion? We have a third mic. To join us and yell/laugh/cry about something you care about, contact us on instagram at OvaryActionPodcast.
 
Girl Chat is best friends Tara Lepore and Chloe Trayford talking on the phone about love, sex and relationships. The idea to record their conversations came from years of extremely long phone calls that would often top the 90-minute mark, where they'd talk about everything and nothing at all.
 
Welcome to Women's Appreciation Podcast! A podcast created to bring all different types of women and people together. Hosted by actress and stand-up comedian Kathryn LeRoux, featuring new and exciting guests every week. Every episode can be a perfect mix of hilarious jokes and serious conversations, with no limit to topics and discussions. Expect the unexpected! At end of every episode, we break down a special moment in women's history or throw light on a famous women. Tune in for new episod ...
 
Ten minutes a day, five days a week - only the COVID updates you need, as explained by Infectious Disease and Community Health specialists. We'll sort through the news, medical journals, and latest studies, distilling the important information and delivering it in clear, bite sized chunks. Where else can you get COVID-19 updates, from doctors, with a social, economic, and racial justice lens? Nowhere. Subscribe now.
 
The Spiritual Feminist is a podcast for those of us who'd like to dive deeper into spirituality and female empowerment. Together, we explore a deeper connection within ourselves and with everything around us. My name's Leneth and I am the founder of The Spiritual Fem, an online safe space for exploring our inner spiritual feminist. I am so excited that you're here!
 
Are you a Lightworker looking to make AND impact millons? THIS IS FOR YOU. Join Jacqui Sive, Spiritual Business Mentor & Six+ Figure Business owner, as she helps Burnt-out Lightworkers become SIX FIGURE SPIRITUAL CEO's. Sharing ALL the tips, tricks, insights AND techniques to help you understand the strategy, mindset, and ENERGY behind building a scalable heart-led business that allows you to experience true freedom in your life, your business AND your finances, the Spiritual CEO is for Ligh ...
 
Spill the OT Podcast is a judgement-free zone to spill all of the tea about OT, PT, and SLP. We talk to REAL therapists out in the field to learn about the ups, downs, and everything in between. No topics are off limits! Let's chat salary, medicare, student loans, the good, the bad, all things therapy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spilltheot/support
 
“Green Busters” is the podcast where all messy "eco stuff" gets debunked. Broadcasted from two ends of the world and hosted by two truly passionate mothers, who don't forget to laugh. Your hosts Madie and Charlene go straight to the point providing unfiltered information on how to switch to a sustainable family lifestyle -and why! Without fear of offending, they dig deeper into the "green myths" and debunk the greenwashing traps that mislead busy parents and harm the environment. Their weapo ...
 
Liberation is possible and host Martissa Williams — entrepreneur, activist, yogi — is on the hunt. Soak in conversations on topics from biohacking to non-monogamy, while we explore practices for living a more honest, pleasurable, and liberated life. Let’s talk about it!
 
Assalamu alaikum, thanks for tuning in to Asiyah Thinking & Sometimes Talking 👄)! Asiyah Thinking is the thoughts and reflection of Asiyah, a black, urban, Muslimah from the DMV, DC area. Topics include Qur'an studies, current events, discussions from an Muslim pov. Inshallah, you enjoy this program and find it beneficial Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asiyah/support
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Let’s face it; we can all use some helpful advice when it comes to making love. And that’s what this podcast is all about. Here in the Lab, we discuss sexuality, relationships, and better sex, no judgment, no shaming. Every topic is approached with a sex-positive attitude and you in mind! Our hosts know a thing or two about lovemaking. Amber Hawkins is an award-winning sexual educator and popular YouTube host. She has shared thousands of videos helping viewers connect and find new avenues to ...
 
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Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about how some Indian citizens are struggling to get adequate COVID-19 information, how the pandemic has affected veterinarians, how people have been moving during the pandemic, and how the vaccine affects menstruation. As always, join us for …
 
We buy it, we use it, and we wrap it in a piece of paper and let it go. What happens next? What happens is that it rests in a landfill beyond us and our future generations ignoring the earth's requests to just decompose and move on. The pads. Layered with perfume and plastic. This World Environment Day 2021, we feel it is a good time to reconsider …
 
At what age should pediatricians worry if a patient hasn’t had their first period? How can they help patients manage chronic period pain? What is “period poverty” and how can doctors help? Shelby Davies, MD, a fellow in the Division of Adolescent Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses a variety of period-related topics, including:…
 
Your cheeks are red, face is hot, palms are sweaty, there's vomit on your sweate- you get it. We're talking about embarrassment- what it is, where it comes from & what the heck the point of it is. We're also sharing some encounters you find embarrassing along the way! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/ladies-and-tangents/exclusive-con…
 
This week the girls answer awkward questions you would ask your big sister! They talk about shaving tips, low libido, their “first time”, what type of underwear is the best, infertility, & more! SHOP OUR MERCH! shop.DearMedia.com Shop our courses! www.balancedboss.co FOLLOW US INSTA// @whatwesaidpodcast @jacimariesmith @chelseyjadecurtis YOUTUBE// …
 
It's a topic that's taboo in many cultures, yet it's also something nearly every woman experiences – on average upwards of 400 times throughout her life: menstruation. Responding to a flood of questions from our CrowdScience listeners, Marnie Chesterton seeks to unpack how periods affect women physically, mentally and societally. Why did humans evo…
 
Listen in as expert Kirsten Karchmer discusses how to help girls better understand their periods & how to better manage them; BTW, boys need this education too Show Notes: Guest: Kirsten Karchmer: Kirsten is an … Menstruation 2.0: How to educate girls about their periods Read More »By Tim Jordan, MD, International Speaker, Author, Blogger, and Counselor for Teen and Tween GIrls
 
Bodies exceed humanity. They remind us that we are part of something vaster—and smaller—more complex, more connected than our mere existence as an atomized species. Our bodies, and bodies in general, are composed out of heterogeneity and multitudes. All bodies are wet collective bodies, defined by how they link to other bodies, places, environments…
 
On today’s episode of Yours Mentally, we talk about Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) and how it affects mental health. We talk about what exactly PMDD is and how one behaves if one is going through it. We also talk about whether PMDD is a genetic condition or whether we get it because of our lifestyle; as well as how to differentiate between …
 
Weeeeee'reeeeee tuuuurning, we're turning 30. If you haven't watched Bo Burnham's inside, you're really going to be lost during this episode. As two people who cannot get through anything without humor, we found ourselves fascinated by the way Bo Burnham's mind works. His new special, Inside, sparked our desire to look into using humor as a coping …
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about how vaccine incentives have been effective, a new test that tests for COVID and the flu, how migrants have been getting protection, why booster shots will probably be needed, and how parents of young adults have been reconnecting. As alw…
 
This week, Chels & Jace talk about WEDDINGS. They share their experiences getting married young, their favorite & least favorite parts of their big day, budgets, tips, & more! They also react to some juicy wedding polls & questions they asked listeners on their stories! SHOP OUR MERCH! shop.DearMedia.com Shop our courses! www.balancedboss.co FOLLOW…
 
Bodies exceed humanity. They remind us that we are part of something vaster—and smaller—more complex, more connected than our mere existence as an atomized species. Our bodies, and bodies in general, are comprised of heterogeneity and multitudes. All bodies are wet collective bodies defined by how they link to other bodies, places, environments, te…
 
Bodies exceed humanity. They remind us that we are part of something vaster—and smaller—more complex, more connected than our mere existence as an atomized species. Our bodies, and bodies in general, are comprised of heterogeneity and multitudes. All bodies are wet collective bodies defined by how they link to other bodies, places, environments, te…
 
Bodies exceed humanity. They remind us that we are part of something vaster—and smaller—more complex, more connected than our mere existence as an atomized species. Our bodies, and bodies in general, are composed out of heterogeneity and multitudes. All bodies are wet collective bodies, defined by how they link to other bodies, places, environments…
 
In the hustle of start-ups and business, Kelsey was successful, accomplished, and winning (on the outside). We discuss Kelsey’s personal difficulties and low points in business and how it all led to her first experience with clinically assisted psychedelic therapy. We discuss how the importance of medical assistance and "set and setting" using this…
 
They say life is sweet. Well that’s certainly the case for CrowdScience listener Trevor in Poland who wonders why he can’t stop reaching for the cookie jar. He grew up drinking fruit juice with added sugar but wonders whether his genes could be as important as his environment when it comes to his sweet tooth, especially since his wife seem to be sa…
 
My guest today is Bill Plotkin, PhD, a depth psychologist, wilderness guide, and founder of western Colorado’s Animas Valley Institute. Bill has led thousands of women and men through nature-based initiatory passages, and is the author of number books, including Soulcraft, Nature and the Human Soul, and Wild Mind. In our conversation today, we disc…
 
In today’s episode we sit down and chat with Gaynete Jones all about her menstrual health brand, Best Periodt. If you’ve been on the market for a new cup, then today’s episode is for you. Shop Best Periodt here | Connect with Gaynete + Check out Best Periodt Instagram + YouTube If you enjoyed today’s episode, feel free to support here. Holistic Hot…
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about whether vaccine incentives will work, why some LGBTQ+ people may fear being overlooked in vaccine data, shedding light on the child care industry, and how Biden supports waiving an international patent protection for COVID-19 vaccines. A…
 
How to identify hidden toxins in personal care and feminine care products, understanding some of the potential effects of the use of these traditional products, and what alternatives we may consider for personal care. Catch the full episode with Lara Adler here Thank you to our sponsors: Athletic Greens - athleticgreens.com/stephanie Orion Red Ligh…
 
On today's Episode of Yours Mentally we talk about emotional exhaustion and burnout. We talk about what is emotional exhaustion and what are its symptoms, what causes emotional exhaustion and what are some things one can do to prevent emotional exhaustion. We then discuss who is at highest risk for emotional exhaustion during this pandemic. We then…
 
Show notes: Having the autonomy to choose college and focusing on how they use their university experience will allow women to get the most from their experience We need to debunk the myth that you … Why and how you go to college is more important than where Read More »By Tim Jordan, MD, International Speaker, Author, Blogger, and Counselor for Teen and Tween GIrls
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about the disparity in data regarding different Asian American cultures, how to keep our planet clean, how the vaccine may not offer complete protection for the immunocompromised, and the importance of equity in distribution for COVAX. As alwa…
 
In mid-May of 2021, Singapore’s government announced it’s return to Phase 2 Heightened Alert (P2HA), and introduced new COVID19 Safe Management Measures (SMM), forcing many of us to go back to working from home to reduce community transmission. Our Hush Podcast hosts Azura, Germaine and Hazelle, who are also colleagues at work, were additionally to…
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about why herd immunity is unlikely to happen, how the US government failed by investing too early in plasma treatment research, why there seems to be an increase in cases in young adults, and why there may not be another Roaring 20's. As alwa…
 
This week on OVARYaction, Kira and Alexandria chat about abortion rights and the Supreme Court. They cover the history of important cases including Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and chat about the implications of an upcoming case to be heard at the Supreme Court--Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. Sources: https://www.cnn.…
 
Understanding the role of the pelvic floor and how to identify pelvic floor dysfunction in both sexes. We discuss having a hypertonic or hypotonic pelvic floor and the exercises to aid in recovery. My Podcast with Lauren Foxbourogh Thank you to our sponsors: Athletic Greens - athleticgreens.com/stephanie Orion Red Light Therapy - Use promo code STE…
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We hear from one of our writers, Hope, who gives her perspective on the new CDC guidelines as a parent of two kids, as well as talk about how those who were incarcerated in Vermont had to deal with the pandemic, and how robots are disinfecting surface…
 
Every body is different. And the way you feel about your body can change day by day or even hour by hour. Minaa B talks to Bethany C. Meyers about body neutrality, a idea that inspired the leading fitness instructor and founder of the be.come project to embrace their body, cope with disordered eating and recognize their nonbinary identity. Download…
 
Eva Marie Carney is Founder and Board President of the Kwek Society: an organization working to eliminate period poverty in Native schools and communities across the United States. She is a human rights lawyer and an elected legislator of the Shawnee, Oklahoma-based Citizen Potawatomi Nation – of which is also a citizen. In this episode, Eva dives …
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about what vitamin D can do for your body, as well as how the CDC acknowledged the minimal risk involved in surface transmission, and information about monoclonal antibodies. As always, join us for all the COVID-19 information you need, explai…
 
Understanding how to advocate for yourself as a woman in allopathic medicine and explaining conventional medicalization. We explore what a normal period looks like, how to live in harmony with your cycle, and why menstrual syndromes will not be fixed with the pill. We also talk about menopause, perimenopause, PCOS, and trauma. Find Aviva’s new book…
 
On today's episode of Yours Mentally, we talk about Dance Movement Therapy. We talk about what dance movement therapy is and in what ways it help us. We also talk about what kinds of mental health problems does dance movement therapy help one deal with. We then go on to discuss the features of Dance Movement Therapy. We also talk about whether danc…
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about how the pandemic has impacted those in poverty in India, how there has been an increase in injuries at home, how COVID may aid in future research, and how art is being used to document the pandemic. As always, join us for all the COVID-1…
 
Explaining the worst ingredient for your skin and how it's found in most cosmetic or skincare products. Why it leads to more dry skin and why this ingredient leads to more additives in skin care products that cause more harm than good. Access the full episode with Trina Felber Here Thank you to our sponsors: Athletic Greens - athleticgreens.com/ste…
 
Science and spirituality — are they opposing concepts? This episode dives into the use of the term woo-woo, conspirituality and the rise of the Qanon goddess, the energetics of intention and the science of intuition, and what happens when science can't prove your spiritual beliefs. Referenced in this episode: "The complexities of the menstrual cycl…
 
Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about the hardships faced by women in STEM, as well as a mobile app that has your vaccine status, how the COVID vaccine is free, and how brain rehab treatments have been helping those dealing with long term symptoms of COIVD-19. As always, joi…
 
One of the biggest antagonists of our life is Patriarchy- a toxic philosophy that has governed so much of our existence. From simple things like not wearing shorts and exposing those sexy legs, to being pulled out of school for getting periods, the spectrum is huge and we all fit in somewhere or the other. And as a generation, we try to defy but th…
 
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Today our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about the hardships faced by Arab-American people during the pandemic, as well as how a non-profit is helping Indian parents access prenatal and infant care, how Russia has been struggling to vaccinate their population, and the promising resul…
 
IN THIS EPISODE Kira had been meaning to learn more about the Salem Witch Trials for a few years now, so motivated herself to do so by promising to teach Alexandria on this episode of OVARYaction. Tune in to learn about the timeline of the Salem Witch trials, their crazy ideas about "evidence," and a little bit about some rye. SOURCES: Salem's Witc…
 
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