Pretty in Pink Podcast
Summary: Welcome to the Pretty Pink Podcast where we discuss real life issues and provide insight that empowers you to make better decisions. The Pretty in Pink Podcast is your go-to podcast for all things women. On our podcast, we sit down with experts on Mondays and Thursdays to discuss topics from love, sex and relationships to gynecologic issues such as endometriosis and fibroids. Your host, Dr. Ruthie O. Arumala, is a Georgetown University trained Ob/Gyn with a passion to discuss health and lifestyle issues in a way that is accessible to every woman. You can expect a down-to-earth conversation about pertinent, common feminine-focused topics with tangible takeaways that will undoubtedly improve your life. Join women all over the globe who do not want to wade through the random information on the internet. Instead they would rather get real information from an expert. It is now YOUR turn to be part of this exciting movement.
2020 has bought us a number of surprises. Unfortunately, for many of us with an ongoing pandemic, we are not able to meet our goals especially our financial goals. In this episode we discuss debt with Financial expert, Mrs. Tiffany Aliche, the Budgetnista. Tiffany the budgestnista shares her best advice on how to resolve debt.
Congratulations to Dr. Parsons on her beautiful baby. During her 2nd trimester, Dr. Parsons sat down with us to share her fertility journey. In this episode, we discuss fertility treatments from the aspect of a patient. Dr. Parsons is an infertility warrior, emergency medicine physician and founder of "She MD," a platform that aims to educate all about gender disparities and inequality in medicine.
Do black girls living in America in 2020 really need safe spaces? In this episode, we explore this question in detail with Marline Francois-Madden, licensed clinical social worker & author of "The State of Black Girls." An expert in her field, Mrs. Francois-Madden carefully lays the argument for why black girls and women require a safe space to rest even in the 2020s.
For better or for worse, we are all influenced by the company we keep. In this episode, we explore how our friendships can inspire us to 'Level Up' with Dr. Ijeoma Opara. Ijeoma Opara, PhD, LMSW, MPH is one of those friends who pushes you to be the best version of yourself. She encourages you to seek friends that challenge you to reach for excellence.
Society dictates that we can only find love in our youth. This can generate a lot of anxiety in women as we age (albeit gracefully). In this episode, Dr. Iyabo (accomplished pediatrician, business owner and mother of two adult daughters) candidly discusses her journey with finding love in her late 40s.
One of the most frustrating aspects of life is waiting... Especially waiting on God's timing. In this episode, Dr. Yeni Abraham tackle how to successfully overcome fear of failed promises about your job, career, finances, marriage, relationship, future, children or desire for children. We also explore how to trust in God during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Yeni is a physical therapist, owner of Triggered PT and minister at gap church.
One of the most amazing features of living in a climate of diversity inclusion is promoting self love and acceptance. Health providers, however, have a duty to manage and treat conditions that can have negative health consequences. In this episode, we chat with Internal Medicine Physician and Lifestyle Expert, Dr. Kimberly Rodgers. We explore how extra adipose (fat) affects the body.
In this amazing episode, we chat with serial entrepreneur and CEO Billionaire Cindy Eckert. Cindy candidly shares the inspiring story of how she fought to get the female sexual satisfaction drug, Addyi (aka the 'pink viagra'), FDA approved. She discussed her philosophy on demanding respect in the boardroom while delightfully dressed from head to toe in pink.
Many physicians talk about residency like it is the wild wild west or 2.2 miles away from the abyss. In this episode, we discuss residency with a board-certified Ob-Gyn Physician, Nekia Barrow. Dr. Barrow and I commiserate on the fund memories and trying times in attempts to provide hope to anyone going through a tough time personally or in their career.
Do you have post-acne scarring or hyperpigmentation? Would you like to sport your makeup free, naked skin more often? In this episode, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Hope Mitchell explores hyperpigmentation in depth. She gives her best advice on how to seek adequate treatment and care for for skin post-therapy.
Trying To Conceive
There are many 'food cults' that prescribe a way to eat or perhaps even a lifestyle to adopt. In this episode, we discuss one of the more restrictive yet interesting diets that promise to reduce your waistline while improving your lipid profiles. We talk 'plant based' with Ms. Victoria Thomas, attorney & fitness center owner. Ms. Thomas introduces us to her lifestyle and gives any novice interested in this lifestyle exceptional tips.
Red Flags + Rose Colored Glasses
If you are like most Americans (including me), you know very little about health plans and managed healthcare. In this episode, we discussed how the healthcare system in America works with healthcare management veteran, Ms. Raina Mansaray. Ms Mansaray shares basics and some complexities which can empower you to make better choices when it comes to your healthcare coverage options.
After the extravagant outfits, elegant florals, exquisite decor and yummy cake comes the real deal: the marriage. In this episode, we explore life after the wedding ceremony with relationship expert, Mrs. Stephanie Lee. Mrs. Lee uses her commentary on the show '90 day fiance' to discuss issues that pertain to most marriages.