Ethics of Weight-Loss Injectables through a Parent’s Unique Lens

Ethics of Weight-Loss Injectables through a Parent’s Unique Lens

Kate Cohen’s article, “What if Ozempic is the new orthodontia,” presents a compelling argument against the normalization and potential consequences of widespread use of injectable weight-loss drugs, specifically semaglutides like Ozempic and Wegovy. However, she does this through a unique and thought-provoking analogy between orthodontic treatment and weight-loss injectables. Cohen explores the societal pressures and implications associated with the pursuit of thinness.

A Postpartum Guide: Nurture Partner with Unwavering Support

A Postpartum Guide: Nurture Partner with Unwavering Support

As partners, it’s natural to want to offer unwavering support to the one who has just given birth, but sometimes it can be challenging to know exactly how to provide that support effectively, especially when you both feel a tad clueless. So, let’s explore some ways you can be there for your partner with our postpartum guide: nurture partner with unwavering support!

“I hate being a mom” and that’s okay

“I hate being a mom” and that’s okay

I hate being a mom. Okay, okay, I don’t hate it… at least, not all of the time. Let me explain. Motherhood was always presented to me as a journey of love, joy, fulfillment, road trips where my kids roll their eyes at me, and lots of bad art. But what no one told me is that this road trip has road closures and detours that require challenges and sacrifices that I wasn’t fully prepared for!

Choose Your Labor Room Squad: Who Should Be By Your Side?

Choose Your Labor Room Squad: Who Should Be By Your Side?

Bringing a new life into the world is a monumental journey, and having the right support in the labor room can make all the difference. As you prepare for the big day, one question looms large: Who should be there with you during this transformative experience?

Parents: How Doulas Support Non-Birthing Partners

Parents: How Doulas Support Non-Birthing Partners

Doulas’ main role is to support the birthing person. However, doulas can also play an instrumental role in supporting the non-birthing parent. Let’s explore the ways doulas shine in supporting non-birthing parents, creating an environment of understanding, empowerment, and shared joy.

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