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  • Expecting Better
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FREE READ ä Expecting Better REVIEW Expecting Better Face an endless stream of decisions from the casual Can I eat this to the frightening Is it worth risking a miscarriage to test for genetic defects  Expecting Better presents the hard facts and real world advice you’ll never get at the doctor’s office or in the existing literature Oster’s revelatory work identifies everything from the real effects of caffeine and tobacco to the surprising dangers of gardeningAny expectant mother knows that the health of her baby is paramount but she will be less anxious and better able to enjoy a healthy pregnancy if she is informed and can have the occasional glass of wine. I picked this one up after reading several reviews describe it as if you read a single book about pregnancy this is the one you should read And I completely agree THERE ARE SOURCES I swear it never occurred to me that the vast majority of pregnancy books would cite no sources whatsoever I don t care if you re a doctor Lots of people call themselves doctors and I m not going to take their advice On top of that the books often say things like Ask your doctor I m reading pregnancy books so I can go to my doctor s appointments informed about all the different pros and cons and possible issues with things So that I can then talk to my doctor in an informed way Don t just tell me to talk to my doctor Why bother reading a book thenAnyway Expecting Better is written by an economist Seem odd Sure But she was similarly frustrated by the lack of evidence given in pregnancy advice books or even by her doctors So she decided to research all the main uestions so she could make informed decisions In each chapter she presents multiple case studies and weighs all the different decisions new parents can make Her premise is that parents need to make informed decisions She doesn t tell you whether you should or shouldn t get on epidural or drink coffee etc but rather what research shows so parents can make their own decision She argues that there s no right or wrong answer only informed decisions Thus based on her research she decided against an epidural Based on the same research I m going with an epidural Neither of us are wrong in our decisions we re making the choices that are best for us after researching the effects of that choiceI wish everyone did this with everything waited to make an opinion about something until they d researched multiple scenarios So far this is the only pregnancy book I ve read worth reading She didn t research all my uestions about pregnancy but thankfully I have access to medical research journals through the university I teach at so I m conducting my own research455 Le pouvoir du pardon radical paramount but she will be less anxious and better able to enjoy a healthy The Secrets Within pregnancy if she is informed and can have the occasional glass of wine. I El joven de caracter picked this one up after reading several reviews describe it as if you read a single book about Silent Woods pregnancy this is the one you should read And I completely agree THERE ARE SOURCES I swear it never occurred to me that the vast majority of The Handprint of Atlas Revised Edition pregnancy books would cite no sources whatsoever I don t care if you re a doctor Lots of Teoria Geral Da Estupidez Humana people call themselves doctors and I m not going to take their advice On top of that the books often say things like Ask your doctor I m reading The Good Millionaire pregnancy books so I can go to my doctor s appointments informed about all the different Hes My Mate pros and cons and The Wanton Governess possible issues with things So that I can then talk to my doctor in an informed way Don t just tell me to talk to my doctor Why bother reading a book thenAnyway Expecting Better is written by an economist Seem odd Sure But she was similarly frustrated by the lack of evidence given in Dark Night Dawning pregnancy advice books or even by her doctors So she decided to research all the main uestions so she could make informed decisions In each chapter she Kendine İyi Bak Enneagram ile Kişilik Analizi presents multiple case studies and weighs all the different decisions new Les Choses humaines premise is that Yüzbaşı Selahattin'in Romanı #2 parents can make their own decision She argues that there s no right or wrong answer only informed decisions Thus based on her research she decided against an epidural Based on the same research I m going with an epidural Neither of us are wrong in our decisions we re making the choices that are best for us after researching the effects of that choiceI wish everyone did this with everything waited to make an opinion about something until they d researched multiple scenarios So far this is the only Indebted Beginnings Indebted #05 pregnancy book I ve read worth reading She didn t research all my uestions about

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FREE READ ä Expecting Better REVIEW Expecting Better What to Expect When You're Expecting meets Freakonomics an award winning economist disproves standard recommendations about pregnancy to empower women while they're expectingPregnancy unuestionably one of the most pro­found meaningful experiences of adulthood can reduce otherwise intelligent women to well babies We’re told to avoid cold cuts sushi alcohol and coffee but aren’t told  why these are forbidden Rules for prenatal testing are hard and fast and unexplained Are these recommendations even correct Are all of them right for every mom to be In  Expecting Better award winning economist Emily Oster prov. There is so much hubbub about this book right now I was really interested to read it and before I started it I read a few news articles and some of the dozens of 1 star reviews on It turns out people are really upset with Oster primarily for the chapter on drinking alcohol during pregnancy There are other reasons people are poo pooing the book too like the fact that she hardly interviewed any medical professionals about the topics she covered and instead relied almost entirely on her reading and interpretation of medical studies conducted over the past century or so This article for example takes issue with the fact that Oster who holds a PhD in Economics is reaching beyond her professional realm and looking to interpret highly complex medical studies It also criticizes her subtle and tricky biases namely that Oster felt patronized by her OB from the first visitWell I read the book And you know what It s not really that scandalous The portions about alcohol are getting the most attention she found that up to 1 drink a day in the second and third trimesters and a couple of drinks a week in the first is a comfortable amount a statement that will obviously make waves But the other sections of the book contain information that probably won t be that surprising if you ve read a large number of modern pregnancy books or you had a progressive OB or midwife practice during your pregnancyLet me pump the brakes for a second here though Overall I want to state how refreshing it was to read a book about pregnancy that examined all facets from natural childbirth to epidurals to deli meats to inductions without coming from a place of obvious bias I found that unlike the Daily Beast article I cited above I thought Oster wrote the book from a mostly detached facts based place There was no preaching tone or demanding instruction you must do this She establishes herself as someone who likes to have as many facts as possible at her disposal before making a decision and nothing in the book convinced me otherwise The research and studies she used to draw conclusions are cited incessantly throughout and she is careful to note when there is not enough research to draw any meaningful conclusion Is she irresponsible Making bad recommendations Endangering women or fetuses I really don t think soI think much of the criticism of this book is mostly coming from the Pregnant Women Need to Listen To Their Doctors First and Foremost place What isn t being mentioned in these critiues is that a lot of pregnant women don t listentrustobey their doctors wholesale any If they hear something they don t like they switch providers until they get the answer they were looking for If they feel uncomfortable with their level of care they ll look for someone who can provide the care they need They crowdsource medical uestions on Babycenter They google things like mucus plug and lower back cramps trying to figure out if they re in labor or close to labor or can do anything to speed up their labor They take childbirth classes their provider may or may not be aware of them taking They write birth plans based on templates they saw on Pinterest and they may or may not discuss them with their provider before heading to the hospital or birth center Whether you believe this trend toward a medically detached pregnant woman is a positive or a negative thing IT IS A THINGSo to look at Oster s book and declare it dangerous or irresponsible is patently ignoring the fact that women have done and continue to do exactly what Oster did on a smaller scale If Oster is irresponsible then so is every mom blogger who has ever spoken with confidence to thousands millions of readers about something on the medical spectrum You get my pointI think Oster s book is a fantastic way to prompt uestions with an OB or midwife That s the bottom line and also one she makes clear several times over It may annoy your care provider but if going to an appointment armed with intelligent thoughtful uestions about topics that will affect you and your baby is something that annoys your care provider well that s something else entirely isn t it Since everyone from hospitals to a large number of medical doctors treat pregnancy as a medical condition are we surprised that pregnant women often look to independent research Most people diagnosed with any sort of medical condition will do some amount of research on their own Depending on your point of view this may seem to be a good thing or not But in my opinion women reading about pregnancy related items and then clarifying with a care provider about whether something could be personally beneficial or not certainly doesn t strike me as an irresponsible dangerous moveAs far as Oster s individual points are concerned I think that if reasonably intelligent women read this book then Oster s research will at the most just give them a push to do things they were already considering or will further entrench them in a previously held belief If you read Oster s book and say Hey Great I was already going to have one glass of wine per week during this pregnancy and this research shows that is okay or if you say Well interesting research but I m still not comfortable with drinking alcohol during pregnancy then I think you would be having the mature grown up person reaction to this bookPersonally I m all for women being given information rather than less about pregnancy and birth related decision making Here are some things from the book I found really interesting or eye opening or funny It s not that complicated drink like a European adult not like a fraternity brother Don t worry too much about sushi and raw eggs they might carry bacteria but these bacteria are no worse when you are pregnant than when you are not The chapter on weight gain is especially interesting Oster found that the amount of weight you gain while pregnant is less important than the weight you are when you become pregnant in terms of being overweight or obese At a weight gain of 30 pounds we d expect 10 percent of women to have very small babies and 5 percent to have very large babies At a weight gain of 40 pounds these figures are 7 percent and 11 percent Yes there is an increase in very large babies but there is a decrease in very small ones But because a very small baby is worse in terms of complications is this maybe actually better In order to really make the right recommendation for weight gain we need to think about what recommendation does the best job limiting the actual complications And in this particular case that might well be an argument for increasing the recommended weight gain at least by a few pounds In terms of measuring amniotic fluid the deepest vertical pocket measure is much better It captures the same number of truly problematic situations but is much better at not identifying cases where there is nothing wrong It leads to fewer inductions and fewer C sections For babies that have fallen asleep during a non stress test in which baby s heart rate is monitored for a set amount of time to look at the baby s heart rate in relation to its movement clapping is a proven method of getting them to wake up and move around than having mom eat or drink something sugary I sat through two non stress tests in which Isobel fell asleep and they had me drinking this nasty sugary concoction to try and get her to move around It didn t work Nipple stimulation seems to be the MOST effective method of self inducing labor Oster looked at a study of full term women that recorded whether they had gone into labor 3 days later Of the breast stimulation group 37 percent were in labor by 3 days versus only 6 percent of those without breast stimulation One review article Oster looked at found that women who underwent continuous fetal monitoring in the hospital were 16 times as likely to have a C section Oster found that oft uoted caffeine limits for pregnant women seem to be somewhat low based on many studies she looked at Her findings are that 3 4 cups of coffee per day are okay The chapter on miscarriage has some eye opening statistics that I hadn t read before Nips XI Takeaways pro­found meaningful experiences of adulthood can reduce otherwise intelligent women to well babies We’re told to avoid cold cuts sushi alcohol and coffee but aren’t told  why these are forbidden Rules for Josefine Mutzenbacher oder Die Geschichte einer wienerischen Dirne von ihr selbst erzählt prenatal testing are hard and fast and unexplained Are these recommendations even correct Are all of them right for every mom to be In  Expecting Better award winning economist Emily Oster The Prestige primarily for the chapter on drinking alcohol during Dari Subuh hingga Malam pregnancy There are other reasons Petites habitudes, grandes réussites: 51 pratiques inspirantes pour devenir la meilleure version de soi-même (EYROLLES) people are Développez votre site web avec le framework Symfony3 (OpenClassrooms) poo Leaving Atlanta 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(EYROLLES) possible at her disposal before making a decision and nothing in the book convinced me otherwise The research and studies she used to draw conclusions are cited incessantly throughout and she is careful to note when there is not enough research to draw any meaningful conclusion Is she irresponsible Making bad recommendations Endangering women or fetuses I really don t think soI think much of the criticism of this book is mostly coming from the Pregnant Women Need to Listen To Their Doctors First and Foremost Duke - Tome 1 - La Boue et le sang (Duke, 1) place What isn t being mentioned in these critiues is that a lot of Duke - Tome 1 - La boue et le sang pregnant women don t listentrustobey their doctors wholesale any If they hear something they don t like they switch Night School providers until they get the answer they were looking for If they feel uncomfortable with their level of care they ll look for someone who can The School of Night provide the care they need They 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Le guide indispensable des futurs pères (EYROLLES) percent of those without breast stimulation One review article Oster looked at found that women who underwent continuous fetal monitoring in the hospital were 16 times as likely to have a C section Oster found that oft uoted caffeine limits for Le Mystère des Pavots Blancs (Les enquêtes d'Enola Holmes, #3) pregnant women seem to be somewhat low based on many studies she looked at Her findings are that 3 4 cups of coffee Spain 1516 1598 From Nation State to World Empire per day are okay The chapter on miscarriage has some eye opening statistics that I hadn t read before

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FREE READ ä Expecting Better REVIEW Expecting Better Es that pregnancy rules are often misguided and sometimes flat out wrongA mom to be herself Oster debunks the myths of pregnancy using her particular mode of critical thinking economics the study of how we get what we want Oster knows that the value of anything a home an amniocentesis is in the eyes of the informed beholder and like any compli­cated endeavor pregnancy is not a one size fits all affair And yet medicine often treats it as such Are doctors working from bad data Are well meaning friends and family perpetuating false myths and raising unfounded concerns Oster’s answer is yes and oftenPregnant women. As heard on Planet MoneyThe New York Times appears to also have a review but they seem to have completely missed the point102013 I m only partway through this book but I cannot contain my exuberance This is finally the book that I had just assumed other pregnancy books would be but was sadly disappointed to discover they were notFor a given risk factor such as caffeine alcohol or tobacco she lays out the studies that have been done highlights the strengths and weaknesses of each study shows what they found and then leaves the reader now armed with data to decide her own appropriate course of actionFor example caffeine There are a number of studies linking caffeine to miscarriages which have led different doctors to give their different recommendations some doctors say up to three cups of coffee per day is ok others say two still others say absolutely no caffeine at all The problem with most of these studies is that it turns out that nausea is actually a sign of a healthy pregnancy and the nauseous you feel the less likely you are to miscarry Of course if you re feeling nauseous you want to drink coffee less than you otherwise might So any study comparing coffee drinking to non coffee drinking women might not be studying the effects of caffeine they might actually be studying the effects of nauseaFortunately there was one study in Denmark that paradise of public health data that issued free instant coffee to a large cohort of coffee drinking pregnant women and instructed them to replace the coffee they would normally drink with the free instant coffee which was either caffeinated or decaffeinated The women assigned the caffeinated coffee consumed on average 200 mg caffeine per day than the women assigned the decaffeinated coffee but when the researchers looked at birth weight length at birth gestational age at birth or head circumference they found zero zero difference between the two groups of babies It s pretty clear that caffeine has zero impact on the outcomes measuredNow of course coffee has a lot in it than just caffeine I could have sworn I had a molecule of the day post on cafestol and kahweol but I can t find it now so after reading that study you might still decide that for your own pregnancy you might prefer to err on the side of caution and cut down on coffee anyway and that s fine But perhaps you might think twice before hassling someone else for the choice she s made for herselfLike Emily Oster I find this kind of information a lot useful for decision making than simple rules like only one cup of coffee per day102013 later that day updateMy best estimate based on the data was that avoiding ham sandwiches would have lowered my risk of Listeria infection from 1 in 8255 to 1 in 8333 Would you want to do this Maybe Someone certainly could make a case for doing so However this change is really really small For me it wasn t worth itI LOVE THIS BOOK Hes My Mate pregnancy rules are often misguided and sometimes flat out wrongA mom to be herself Oster debunks the myths of The Wanton Governess pregnancy using her Dark Night Dawning particular mode of critical thinking economics the study of how we get what we want Oster knows that the value of anything a home an amniocentesis is in the eyes of the informed beholder and like any compli­cated endeavor Kendine İyi Bak Enneagram ile Kişilik Analizi pregnancy is not a one size fits all affair And yet medicine often treats it as such Are doctors working from bad data Are well meaning friends and family Les Choses humaines point102013 I m only Yüzbaşı Selahattin'in Romanı #2 pregnancy books would be but was sadly disappointed to discover they were notFor a given risk factor such as caffeine alcohol or tobacco she lays out the studies that have been done highlights the strengths and weaknesses of each study shows what they found and then leaves the reader now armed with data to decide her own appropriate course of actionFor example caffeine There are a number of studies linking caffeine to miscarriages which have led different doctors to give their different recommendations some doctors say up to three cups of coffee Indebted Beginnings Indebted #05 per day is ok others say two still others say absolutely no caffeine at all The Joshua Imannuel der Christus Sein Leben auf Erden und seine Lehre pregnancy and the nauseous you feel the less likely you are to miscarry Of course if you re feeling nauseous you want to drink coffee less than you otherwise might So any study comparing coffee drinking to non coffee drinking women might not be studying the effects of caffeine they might actually be studying the effects of nauseaFortunately there was one study in Denmark that Lila and Alex short story Lila #21 paradise of வீரயுக நாயகன் வேள்பாரி public health data that issued free instant coffee to a large cohort of coffee drinking 41 recettes alcalines et substituts sans acide: lunch et collations entre les repas pregnant women and instructed them to replace the coffee they would normally drink with the free instant coffee which was either caffeinated or decaffeinated The women assigned the caffeinated coffee consumed on average 200 mg caffeine Biomedical Informatics Computer Applications in Health Care and Biomedicine Health Informatics per day than the women assigned the decaffeinated coffee but when the researchers looked at birth weight length at birth gestational age at birth or head circumference they found zero zero difference between the two groups of babies It s Jugando con fuego 2 pretty clear that caffeine has zero impact on the outcomes measuredNow of course coffee has a lot in it than just caffeine I could have sworn I had a molecule of the day Jugando con fuego 2 post on cafestol and kahweol but I can t find it now so after reading that study you might still decide that for your own Learning Libgdx Game Development pregnancy you might The Hidden Secrets Stories of Disneyland prefer to err on the side of caution and cut down on coffee anyway and that s fine But Love and Friendship perhaps you might think twice before hassling someone else for the choice she s made for herselfLike Emily Oster I find this kind of information a lot useful for decision making than simple rules like only one cup of coffee The Zombie Of His Early Days per day102013 later that day updateMy best estimate based on the data was that avoiding ham sandwiches would have lowered my risk of Listeria infection from 1 in 8255 to 1 in 8333 Would you want to do this Maybe Someone certainly could make a case for doing so However this change is really really small For me it wasn t worth itI LOVE THIS BOOK


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    (PDF NEW) [Expecting Better] ↠ Emily Oster There is so much hubbub about this book right now I was really interested to read it and before I started it I read a few news articles and some of the dozens of 1 star reviews on It turns out people are really upset with O

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    (PDF NEW) [Expecting Better] ↠ Emily Oster FREE READ × E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Emily Oster After 2 moderately complicated pregnancies and multiple thrown pregnancy books I wanted to like this I was attracted to the concept of applying

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    (PDF NEW) [Expecting Better] ↠ Emily Oster After becoming pregnant I uickly learned that there are two types of pregnant women ok there are a lot than this but keep reading The first type says Show me proof that this will NOT hurt my baby and I will do it The second type says Show me proof that this WILL hurt my baby and I won't do it It turns out I am the secon

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    REVIEW Expecting Better (PDF NEW) [Expecting Better] ↠ Emily Oster Emily Oster ´ 9 FREE READ I'm now on my second reading of this book It's so jam packed with enlightening facts and information that every expecting couple should know that I felt I should read it again just so I can retain it all a bit betterFirst let me address the alcohol issue since there's been a lot of backlash against this book online and on talk radio for suggesting that drinking a bit of alcohol during pregnancy is okay It is my opinion that the a

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    (PDF NEW) [Expecting Better] ↠ Emily Oster FREE READ × E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Emily Oster REVIEW Expecting Better As a physician I was curious about this book after a few of my friends read it during their pregnancy First of all I found much of the data that she presented was uite interesting and I learned some of the specific aspects of prenatal care However importantly her tone smacks of privilege and she falls prey to many of the biases she criticizes doctors and ACOG for She skews how she discusses the research based

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    REVIEW Expecting Better Emily Oster ´ 9 FREE READ FREE READ × E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Emily Oster I'm astounded that an economist who is not a maternal newborn health care professional decided that being pregnant reading an obstetrics textbook and reviewing some studies makes her ualified to decide she can tell women to ignore reputable health organizations' guidelines For instance the researchers physicians

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    (PDF NEW) [Expecting Better] ↠ Emily Oster Emily Oster ´ 9 FREE READ REVIEW Expecting Better A little background I'm 29 weeks pregnant for the fourth time so I probably have interest in pregnancy than your average JoeWhen economist Emily Oster decided to have a baby she wanted to make informed decisions and assumed the medical community would offer her the statistic based information she is used to finding Inste

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