Health Care

Maternal & Early Childhood Issues: Breastfeeding & the Formula Shortage

Through the month of June we will be looking at issues dealing with breastfeeding as part of our nine-month long focus on Maternal & Early Childhood Issues. This coincides with the baby formula shortage. There are warnings from several advocates that breastfeeding is not a solutio
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Postpartum Depression Series: What’s the Insurance Coverage for Doulas?

TWO STORIES We continue our look at Postpartum Depression by checking on insurance coverage of doulas. We first check on Medicaid coverage for this important service. https://fb.watch/debX7SvI7e/ https://twitter.com/PAcatholic/status/1529225446734323713?s=20&t=eb1Doc0yvOetFWAIY4v7
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PCC Looks at Postpartum Depression; Zuranolone Being Tested as New Treatment

Continuing our look at Postpartum Depression during the month of May…there is a new drug being tested to treat PPD and major depressive disorder. https://fb.watch/dcSb7Pz-1b/ https://twitter.com/PAcatholic/status/1528794382161305601?s=20&t=1Apqy-Bo1VMdjAUc8PzRXw
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Rep. Kate Klunk Talks About Help for Those With Postpartum Depression

This month we have been addressing the issue of postpartum depression and the increasing availability of help. Today we talk with our friend Rep. Kate Klunk about the impact of a recent increase in Medicaid coverage for new moms. https://twitter.com/PAcatholic/status/15251474374967828
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Postpartum Depression Series Continues; Amanda Hunter, Part 2

Continuing our series for May on Postpartum Depression. We talk again with Amanda Hunter, a therapist who works with those experiencing postpartum mood disorders. Hunter explains what she went through after a pregnancy. https://fb.watch/cXJjCd7EwI/ https://twitter.com/PAcatholic/statu
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PCC Series on Postpartum Depression: Talking With a Therapist

Our look at Postpartum Depression continues with the first in a series of conversations with a Postpartum Therapist who focuses on perinatal and maternal mental health. It was a pleasure to meet and talk with Amanda Hunter, of Everlasting Wellness LLC https://fb.watch/cXJ1Wr6SPN/ http
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PCC Looks at Postpartum Depression

Continuing our look at Postpartum Depression…we chat once again with Amy Wilt of Dauphin County Doulas. She knows her stuff and articulates it very well. https://fb.watch/cR2gdY6iDC/ https://twitter.com/PAcatholic/status/1522611797789970432?s=20&t=FmS6ycs-I8Zf12c4DpE7WQ
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Maternal & Early Childhood Issues: Catholic Social Services of Philadelphia

Our series on Maternal & Early Childhood Issues continues today with a look at the extensive work being done by the Community Based Services segment of Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. https://fb.watch/bHhrh-1oe7/
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Maternal & Early Childhood Issues: Tri-State Pregnancy Center

Our series on Maternal & Early Childhood Issues continues today with a look at the Tri-State Pregnancy Center in northeastern PA. The facility gets help from local Catholics and on-the-spot advice from above! https://fb.watch/bHh3c7Z-Hu/
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