Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month

As we bring about awareness for proper prenatal care during October Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month. It’s important to know that this can happen to anyone, regardless of economic background, race or social status. According to March of Dimes; What is miscarriage? Miscarriage (also called early pregnancy loss) is when a baby dies in the womb […]

Anemia in early pregnancy linked with risk for neurodevelopmental disorders.

Children born to mothers with iron-deficiency anemia early in pregnancy may be at higher risk for neurodevelopmental disorders, a new study suggests. In an analysis of data on more than half a million babies born in Sweden, researchers found that anemia in the mother before the 30th week of pregnancy was linked with a heightened […]

First Trimester Signs and Symptoms.

Congrats! During the first trimester, you’re getting used to the idea of being pregnant, and pregnancy symptoms week by week can vary big time! Learn how to deal with morning sickness and exhaustion during this early pregnancy phase. The bump website offers this wonderful chart that’s week by week. Surprise! One week pregnant is actually […]

What is affirmative consent, and how is USC combatting sexual violence?

Since the second-wave feminist movement of the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s to the debate over reproductive rights and the global phenomenon of #MeToo, a number of social and political factors have brought increased attention to issues of sexual violence and assault. Unfortunately, the problem endures: Today, it is estimated that 1 in 6 American women […]

Take A Stand To Protect Violence against Women.

I saw this video this morning and couldn’t help but to want to make it public on my website, because even though my focus is violence against youth and young adults, until there is an aggressive call to action I will use the materials catered toward adults. To help bring awareness. Take A Stand Against […]