We are honored to have won $2500 in the 2016 BigIdeas Berkeley Competition in the Global Health Category. We got to participate in a round table discussion with Dr. Ticora Jones, Division Chief, Higher Education Solutions Network, Global Development Lab at USAID. She asked us an important question, “How will you teach empathy to your health Read more about BigIdeasBerkeley 2016 Win!!![…]
Recently I was perusing a Mommy blog when I stumbled across a post asking how long moms should practice skin to skin. That post took me back to when my daughters were young and I was told that I should do skin to skin for a myriad of reasons. When my second daughter was born Read more about Wearing Your Baby[…]
I was so happy to be able to work with Phia Bennen–a producer at Gimlet Media. She contacted me to learn more about my experience in milk banks in Brazil.
Breastfeeding is wonderful, breastfeeding is great. But, when I talk to some moms about their breastfeeding plans, they tell me that they do not have any intention to breastfeed.
When I had my first daughter, I felt adequately prepared to overcome all of the challenges that might come with breastfeeding.
Big, round, wide, short, long. Not only do breast come in all different shapes and sizes, but so do nipples.
Throbbing. No… cramping…… No–now I have it–shooting pain. Albeit very hard to describe, some mothers experience aching pain that occurs during lactation.
We presented a poster at the UC Davis Medical Student Research Poster Day. In this poster, we discuss the outcomes of the first two months of the internship.
Janeet is a sophomore at UC Davis. She is not sure what major to choose but is leaning towards a major in the biological sciences.
Jessika is a junior at UC Davis studying Nutrition Science.