The question I will be answering is How has information in this book changed your own views on pregnancy and/or childbearing? My thoughts going into this book were that child birth used to be super dangerous because of the lack of knowledge but in reality women knew a lot of their body. What I thought... Continue Reading →
Blog Post #2- Doron
The question I will be answering today is how have reproductive technology and knowledge of female hormone cycles changed the way the field of medicine approaches childbirth? When a women wants to become pregnant she plans around her cycle. The best time to get pregnant is during ovulation when the lining of uterus is thick and... Continue Reading →
Breathing – Pattie A
As I continued to read and finish Get Me Out by Randi Hutter Epstein, my knowledge of a female pregnancy has expanded. The last parts of the book really opened my eyes to the evolution of science in general and the extremes a female, wanting to be and or an expecting mother is willing to... Continue Reading →
Mental – Pattie A.
I’ve seen and read many articles about the benefits of hospital births, but never have I been so upset as to why parents decide to have a child at the hospital. As I was reading part two of Get Me Out by Randi Hutter Epstein, I learned how the mid 1850’s-1900’s was a time... Continue Reading →
Slaves Helped the Evolution of Child Delivery -Karla Ru
Starting off the book, there was a lot of information about Adam and Eve and and the religious scenario that took place when talking about birth and the process of birth. Although there are many people that believe in this scenario, there are many that do not. Given that there were people who didn't believe... Continue Reading →
Evolution, Get Me Out. -Pattie A.
Hi! My name is Pattie and honestly, I couldn't be any less excited for this up following biomed year! As a current freshman and experiencing my first year of the biomed pathway here at my school, one could say that I have been fully drawn to the science field. As challenging as this past year... Continue Reading →
And here’s a few words from Carolinas mind-Carolina
Bienvenidos amigos to my WordPress account for my very interesting biomedical summer reading blogs. I'm not sure what to talk about, but the safest topic to talk about is myself. My full name is Carolina Vazquez Saavedra, I am 15 years old and I like having good grades. I plan to finish my blog post in June,... Continue Reading →
So close, yet so far! – Alexys Garza
Calling all who are interested in sleeping in a car both safely and comfortably! My team, Blanket Belt Inc. has made strides in what we feel will be the next great product. These past couple of days our group has focused on our end of semester presentation, as well as our first prototype. Both of... Continue Reading →
New Orders and More Research! :: Alana C.
This was an exciting week for the JIA Seats team. On Wednesday, December 3rd, we finally received our Graco car seat. We examined all the different features of the car seat, and as we all looked at the car seat, we each made mental notes and discussed briefly what we'd like to change or add... Continue Reading →
Teachings of OSHA Training – Jada Washington
Buckle Belt is now back from their Thanksgiving break and are ready to dive in to making their prototype. Myself, Jada Washington during Thanksgiving break worked on OSHA Training. OSHA stands for Occupational Safety and Health Administration which came from Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. During training I have learned that their overall... Continue Reading →