Micronutrients: The Key to a Healthy Pregnancy -Sophie W

Many things have changed over the course of this project. In fact, only two things have really remained constant: Me and my partner's passion for our problem Our problem These two constants are clearly centered around our problem which is: An x number of women ages 19-24 around the UT campus and the greater Austin... Continue Reading →

The Start to a Healthier Austin -Nishi P. Sophie W.

At the Austin Pregnancy Resource Center, there are currently no programs set in place to help women implement proper nutrition during their pregnancy. We want to help the Austin Pregnancy Resource Center set up programs to help their patients. Another group partnering with the APRC is helping to build the mentorship program. We are currently... Continue Reading →

To cut or not to cut -Sophie W

First off, I would like to acknowledge how amazing it was to read Get Me Out and think alongside some of the most prominent people in obstetrics throughout time. I thought it was really neat to be able to track the thought process of people trying to pave the way for women to have safe and... Continue Reading →

The Misconceptions of Conception -Sophie W.

As I read Get Me Out  by Randi Hutter Epstein, M.D. I am baffled at the beliefs of the earliest doctors back when pregnancy was uncharted territory. Women had been having babies for centuries before doctors decided to take hold and figure out how babies became babies and the  confusing reproductive organs of a woman.... Continue Reading →

Hello 10th Grade Biomed -Sophie

I am very excited to get to read this book for my 2016 summer reading. I think it is going to be very interesting and beneficial for us to read and learn more about pregnancies and ways we can make it safer. I enjoy reading quite a bit. My favorite book is  Where'd You Go, Bernadette by... Continue Reading →

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