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Cultural, Economic, Historical Factors Drive Black Breast-Feeding Gap

Tahwii Spicer is all about being natural. With the help of a midwife, she had an unmedicated home birth with her son Reece, now almost 2 years old, and said almost as soon as he was born, he army-crawled up her body to start feeding.

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Sound Medicine: 02-08-09

Feb 8, 2009

Topics for this week include: Flu Season Update & Prevention; Did You Know?: Computerized Hospitals Have Fewer Patient Deaths; Awake During Brain Surgery; Sound Ethics: Detecting Bias in Medical Reporting; Checkup: Teen Abstinence Pledges; Myths About Prenatal Genetic Testing; Book: Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?

Sound Medicine: 02-01-09

Feb 1, 2009

Topics for this week include: Book: Testosterone for Life; Did You Know?: No to Favorite Foods; Electronic Medical Records in Mental Health; Pain; Checkup: Pre-birth Maternity Leave; Sound Ethics: Medical Health Reporting

Sound Medicine: 01-25-09

Jan 25, 2009

Topics this week include alternative medicine for treating post-traumatic stress disorder; myths about flu shots and other vaccines; new approaches for anxiety disorders; and what physicians pay for vaccines. Also, the link between heavy caffeine-use and hallucinations. And in this week's <i>Checkup</i>, find out if you're a web <i>cyberchondriac</i>.

Sound Medicine: May 27, 2007

May 27, 2007

Topics for the week of May 27, 2007: Pediatric narcolepsy; birth defects and pesticides; eye infections for contact-lens wearers; restless legs syndrome, and how to ease homesickness in camp-bound kids.

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