Common Sense Pregnancy, the podcast, is a breath of fresh air: accessible, authoritative, funny, reassuring and personal. It's chock-full of Jeanne's comprehensive, medically-sound advice and insights plus conversations with women, mothers and experts in pregnancy, parenting and the power to change the world. Women's health expert, labor nurse, feminist, mother of four, Fit Pregnancy.com columnist and author of Common Sense Pregnancy (Random House, 2015), Jeanne Faulkner has been at the bedside for thousands of deliveries. She provides the honest insider advice you need during pregnancy, labor, birth, and parenthood. Jeanne believes that parents have the power to change the world and that's what we're talking about here on Common Sense Pregnancy Radio.
#5: Jessica Shortall on Workplace Breastfeeding...
#131: Where I Am In My Life As A Mom
#130: Motherhood, Friendship, & Murder
#129: US vs. The World on Breastfeeding and the...
#128: Husbands, Prenatal Care, and What’s Going...
#127: Worry, the Border, and your Core
#126: Pregnancy & Chemicals, Beauty & Skin.
#125: Best Advice for Dads, Laura Stanfill Talk...
#124: Traveling with Babies and Children at the...
#44: Labor Pains and Epidurals
#123: Title X, Emotional Labor, and BeFitMom
#122: Motherhood and Sex
#121: Running for Office With a Baby
#120: Supporting Politics to Support Mothers
#119: What Science Says About Respectful Parenting
#118: Debunking Pregnancy Myths with Math
#117: Pregnancy, Parenting, and Deportation
#116: Why Parents Worry About Vaccines
#115: Cherish Lee on Making Music as a Mother
#114: What Pregnancy Does to Our Feet
#113: Money, Women, Activism, and Parenting
#112: International Women’s Day and Communicati...
#111: Family Planning and Healthy Mothers
#110: Real Food, Gun Reform, and Teens Changing...
#109: Integrative Medicine and Fertility
#108: Fistula, Poverty, and Doctors Who Care
#107: Parenthood, Loss, Books, and Writing
Jeanne Talks with author Deborah Reed about her new book, The Days The Birds Come Back and about writing, motherhood and literature.
#106: Finding Your Way Into the Birth Industry
Jeanne talks with Deb Flashenberg, founder of Prenatal Yoga Center about how she found her way from musical theater to the yoga studio to the birth world.
#105: Naturopathy, Postpartum Health, and the N...
Jeanne talks with naturopath and new mom, Dr. Angela Potter, ND about why she focuses on postpartum health, how naturopathy supports women’s health and how she manages the back-to-work/baby-at-home scramble.
#104: Parenting, Good Intentions and Carolin Ri...
Jeanne talks with fellow mother-of many, Carolin Ricciardi about her businesses, parenting tips and how to set intentions and live on purpose.
Taking a holiday break with my clan.
#103: Bacterial Vaginosis, Pregnancy & Sex with...
In part two of all-about-BV podcast, Jeanne interviews author, clinical sexologist and outspoken women’s health advocate, Shan Boody about bacterial vaginosis, it’s impact on women’s sex lives and self esteem and more.
#102: Bacterial Vaginosis & Pregnancy with Dr. ...
Jeanne interviews Dr. Roshini Raj, Board-Certified Physician, Women’s Health Advocate, Author and Medical Correspondent about what BV is, what a new study says about its impact on women’s wellbeing and what women can do to get rid of it. This is...