Parent Perfect: Parenting, Behavior, and Discipline  

It’s a common saying that having a baby doesn’t come with an instruction manual. A follow-up joke could be that there are thousands and thousands of instruction manuals in the form of books, blogs, podcasts, gurus, experts, and courses. But what if there was one guide out there for new parents? I’m on a quest to …

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Notes from the Nest – Make Way for Galentine’s Day

Let’s replace Valentine’s Day with Galentine’s Day already. For moms of young children, showing our romantic obligations to a partner comes on the heels of orchestrating the entire holiday season. What about showing love and appreciation for other moms and caregivers in general? Well, that’s where Galentine’s Day comes in. Introduced to many by the …

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Analyzing the CDC’s Social Media COVID-19 Vaccine Campaign 

Section 1:  The COVID-19 vaccine is one of the hottest issues right now, not only in public health but among any other topic in the US. So far, three companies have approved the distribution of vaccines among the American population. A couple months ago, about 40% of Americans report that they do not plan to get …

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Radiolab’s “Playing God” – everything a podcast can be.

In order to write and produce a quality podcast, you have to familiarize yourself with the gold standard. For me, this episode of Radiolab covers all bases of what podcasting can be. The following was written for my Health Communication class, so you'll see references to articles and other resources. It's not uncommon for a …

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