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Tips for Reading with Kids with Oath's Speech Language Pathologist

Tips for reading with kids with Oath Speech Language Pathologist, Jody Vaynshtok.

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5 Tips for a Healthy Spring

Spring is a time for exploration, growth, and renewal. Here are five tips to help you and your children live your best spring season. 🌸

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How Our Healthcare System Fails Black Mothers: A Perspective on Experiences of Black Mothers Interacting with the Healthcare System

There is a long history of mistreatment and abuse of Black patients by the medical profession and healthcare system. This story describes the experiences of a young Black mother navigating the healthcare system in an effort to amplify the voices of the marginalized and silenced populations.

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How Oath Improves Our Micro and Macro Worlds: Portfolios of Population Health Framework

Oath is changing the way we pursue health— by providing care that aligns with the socially intertwined human experience, focusing on connection, community, and accessible specialists.

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5 Myths Debunked & 5 Facts Revealed About Infertility

It’s National Infertility Awareness Week, and Oath Fertility Specialist Alicia Tio Castro is debunking some myths and revealing some facts about infertility.

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A Fertility Specialist’s Journey with Infertility

Oath Fertility Specialist Cicely Stamper shares her journey with infertility.

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Talking to Kids About Differences

So many things in the news today are a stark reminder that human beings become tribal very easily. ‘Us versus Them’ is all too common of a theme. Here are some suggestions for how to teach your kids to curious and respectful of the cultures of others.

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The Importance of Community for Parents of Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)

A pediatrician turned stay-at-home mom’s perspective on the importance of community for parents caring for children with special health care needs.

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Who’s Caring for Mom? A Perspective on the Maternal Mental Health Crisis

Our country is facing a maternal mental health crisis. In the US, 1 in 7 mothers suffer from PMADs and more than 50% don’t get the treatment they need. Why?

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How Oath is building a Zone of Genius culture

Here at Oath, we believe deeply in Zones of Genius. We use this framework to ensure every team member is set up to contribute their unique combination of experience, talent, and skills to our mission of meaningfully improving health outcomes for the next generation of kids.

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Oath Advances Maternal & Child Health Innovation with $9M in Seed Funding

Oath is excited to announce we have raised an additional $6M in funding to help us build digital support communities for every stage of parenthood from fertility to early childhood. The deal was led by Michael Yang and Christina Farr at OMERS Ventures with participation from Eros Resmini, former CMO of Discord and managing partner of The Mini Fund. This brings the company’s total funding to $9M.

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Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing: the importance of context

An analysis by the NYT revealed that many non-invasive prenatal tests were, when positive for some rare genetic conditions, often wrong. So why are they still important?

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Mona Singhal, Oath’s Early Childhood Specialist, helps you to build your perfect play space.

Build a space that is truly dedicated to developmentally appropriate practices for your child. We'll help you find a balance between what they can do by themselves and what you can support them with, allowing them to obtain mastery while building new skills.

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How to Help Your Young Child Boost Their Resilience in Uncertain Times

Living through uncertain times with young children can bring up additional challenges with caring for their growth and development. Learn some simple ways on how you can better support your kids and help them boost their resilience.

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Your Top Child Nutrition and Behavior Questions, Answered

At Oath, we tackle the topic of nutrition in combination with behavior and emotion. That’s why we brought a pediatrician, pediatric nurse (and grandmother), and marriage & family therapist together to answer the top questions in our community.

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How to Ease Your Child into Daylight Savings

Daylight Savings is coming up on Nov 7th, and though it is just a one hour shift, it can affect your child’s circadian rhythm for a few days. With some preparation, we can avoid sleep issues that may lead to tired babies (and parents).

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A Motherhood Journey: Becky Grymonprez

When I look back at my motherhood journey, I remember those early stages with my boys. Those late night feedings, those exciting moments, those scary times when I was on the phone with an advice nurse and most importantly that community of mama friends who were going through the exact same thing.

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) 100

So, what’s considered an ACE? ACEs range from abuse, psychological and sexual, to simply living with family members that suffer from mental illness. Find your ACE score and learn more about health correlations.

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Resilience to Stress: The Orchid and the Dandelion Theory

One possible explanation for the variation in responses to ACEs is that more sensitive children are less resilient to the effects of stress in childhood. The Orchid and the Dandelion framework is a reference to the concept of resilience: the idea that some people are innately robust to the harmful effects of stressful events.

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