What to believe back then? -Melanie A.

  As I read Get me Out: A History of Childbirth from the Garden of Eden to Sperm Bank by Randi Hutter Epstein, the author mentioned a lot of myths that people used to believe in back then. The myths are quite ridiculous to hear but at that same time the people back then didn't... Continue Reading →

A New Meaning To Window Shopping -Karla. Ru

When reading the chapter “Sperm Shopping”, there were a lot of things that I didn't think were such a big deal. For example, tracking down the man whose sperm you used. You would think that having the bundle of joy you wanted was the part that really mattered. But,  unlike today, appearance played a part... 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 →

Sick Baby or Real Baby? -Pattie A.

  As I was reading the introduction and part one from Get Me Out by Randi Hutter Epstein, I realized how blessed yet wicked this generation truly is. Today, we see ourselves as the all mighty when it comes to viewing the medical field, which is true seeing the progress and changes that have happened... Continue Reading →

The AACS are Acing-Savannah G.

So far our team has encountered little to no problems during the start of our DAP project. Since the last post done by Anabel we have gotten farther into our preliminary design proposal. Also in class today we had a little meeting with Ms. Meisner to talk about and look over our customer design matrix... Continue Reading →

Save-A-Joint Progress- Jennifer M.

Save-a-joint has been hard at work and started working on building a scale model of the elbow joint! We've been looking at endless number of diagrams and researching needs that our device needs to fulfill. Using what we've learned these past couple of weeks we're almost done building our model. Before starting our model, we... Continue Reading →

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