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"jackson clinic" Discussed on Short Wave
"You're listening to shortwave. From NPR. Hey, shortwaves, Emily quang here. We're picking up our conversation with Liza Fuentes, a senior research scientist at the gut mocker institute. Go back and listen to part one if you missed it. Where we discussed how abortion fits into healthcare and public health. In part two, we're going to discuss what that actually looks like in practice. A practice that's likely to shift in communities across the U.S.. Depending on the outcome of a Supreme Court case, Dobbs versus Jackson women's health organization. It deals with the Mississippi law that shortened the window for abortion from 20 weeks to 15. The Jackson clinic is the only abortion provider in the state. And currently, under the 1973 ruling known as roe V wade, women are guaranteed the right to have an abortion up until fetal viability. The time when a fetus can survive outside the womb, which and if the court upholds the 15 week Mississippi abortion ban, it erodes the constitutional right to abortion that was established by roe. Then each state would decide for itself how to regulate abortion access. Liza says this would have an immediate impact on families throughout the U.S.. The ability to decide if when and how to have a child is integral to people being able to have not just realized their health, but that of their families, right? A denied abortion at the very least could be economically devastating for a family that's already struggling to make ends meet, Liza's conclusion is supported by research. A 5 year study led by doctor Diana Greene foster called the turnaway study. Track the health and economic outcomes of nearly 1000 women who saw it and were denied abortions. People who become pregnant and are unable to get a safe legal abortion in their state, those that carry the pregnancy to term will experience long-term physical health and economic harm. Today on the show, the reality of what it means to treat abortion as healthcare. And how those states moving toward stricter abortion laws invest the least in women and children's health. You're listening to.
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"jackson clinic" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Of an ad intro. That's how we do it. I'm robert evans. I'm a journalist. And i've been following collapse for a while. In two thousand eleven i watched the largest wildfires in texas history. Burned three point nine million acres a decade later in the winter of twenty twenty one. I was in dallas for a once in a thousand years snowstorm and then a couple months later. I was in my new home. Portland oregon four once in a thousand year heat dome that let unprecedented temperatures killing dozens of people in the city. We keep having unprecedented events and they keep provoking things to breakdown infrastructure power lines. Everything seems to be in a constant state of collapse and that's pretty scary but the good news is that collapse also means we have an opportunity to build something better on my new show. It could happen here monday through friday. We'll talk about collapse and we'll provide you with advice on how to build something new from the ashes of the old listen to. It could happen here. Starting on august sixteenth. On the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. We're back so again. Awareness starts to build like protest movement. Start to build against this horrible industry. And the like early to mid seventies now. Despite this by nineteen eighty-one formula sales in the us alone had reached five hundred fifty million dollars a year. The world market was estimated to be more than two billion dollars a year. That's thousand hundred dollars so you're talking a good amount of money. Nestle accounted for fully half of that share with us companies. Like the american home products corporation abbot laboratories in bristol myers making up the rest. Horrific stories like this increasingly reached the front page of newspapers. Like the new york times when the jamaican woman brought her two babies to alan jackson's clinic at the university of the west indies in kingston. The pediatrician was shocked by their condition. Her four month old son only five pounds to less than at and her daughter wasn't even worship at eighteen months. She weighed only twelve pounds and soon lost four more with. Dr jackson questioned the woman who had ten other children. He discovered that she had never breastfed her. Two youngest their diet since birth had been infant formula because the family income averaged only seven dollars a week. The mother had too heavily. Dilute the expensive formula to make it last longer for the four month. Old baby dr jackson later told senator edward kennedy subcommittee on health and scientific research. One ten feed should have lasted for something like just under three days. She said that one. Tina feed last two weeks to feed both of the children. That's so brutal. Yeah it's pretty bad and obviously no blame on this woman. This family is doing the best they can in a desperate situation and also how many kids did you say she had twelve. Yeah i could see how like after you might. Wanna like not rescue your. Wow yeah. that's that's really tough and then also has did..