Dr. Susan Carlson’s story is the discovery of DHA omega-3 in preterm birth. From learning that brains of preterm babies were void of DHA to now helping doctors identify how much DHA their pregnant patients need for a healthy birth. DHA is essential for infants and moms need it too; identifying the healthy equilibrium between mother and child is on the horizon. Building on discovery, asking key questions, trial limitations; her story is a real-time demonstration of scientific collaboration that improves human health.Topics Discussed: 2:10 Dr. Carlson background & education 3:58 Initial research on DHA in babies 6:42 Research on infant vision 14:02 DHA supplementation during pregnancy & early pre-term birth superiority trial18:08 Addressing the role of EPA in pregnancy 19:32 Dietary Guidelines for omega-3 consumption 22:41 Closing thoughts on DHA as it relates to pregnancy Resources Mentioned in this episode:Dr. Susan Carlson's Biohttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4978141/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34308309/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2647754/
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
Bone Valley is a 9-episode true crime podcast. New episodes are available for free every Wednesday. In 1987, 18-year-old Michelle Schofield was found dead in a phosphate pit in Florida. Two years later, her husband Leo was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Fifteen years later, previously unidentified fingerprints matched Jeremy Scott--a violent teenager who lived nearby. Jeremy has since confessed to Michelle’s murder. Yet Leo Schofield remains behind bars. In this groundbreaking podcast, Bone Valley host Gilbert King uncovers startling new evidence that Jeremy is responsible for a string of murders. King is the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Devil in the Grove, which led to the exonerations of four innocent men. Bone Valley is a production of Lava for Good Podcasts in association with Signal Co. No1.
All There Is with Anderson Cooper
Anderson Cooper takes us on a deeply personal exploration of loss and grief. He starts recording while packing up the apartment of his late mother Gloria Vanderbilt. Going through her journals and keepsakes, as well as things left behind by his father and brother, Cooper begins a series of emotional and moving conversations about the people we lose, the things they leave behind, and how to live on - with loss, with laughter, and with love.