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.
In today's world where there is so much vying for our attention, how relevant is prayer? Is prayer useful? helpful? necessary? optional? In this episode, we discuss the power of prayer with Theologian and activist Ekemini Uwan. In this interesting conversation Ekemini shares personal and ecumenical views on prayer. In addition, I confront my personal battles about the prominence and effect of prayer in my life.
On October 19, 2019, Dr. Ozi (Hostess of the Tales of An African Princess Podcast) and the Pretty in Pink podcast hosted a live episode featuring 20 co-hosts (guests) in DFW. We discussed issues central life as a woman in 2019. We dissected questions like "Is love enough?" "Are fake orgasms a thing?" "What do you need in a relationship for it to be successful?" Our co-hosts did not hold back as they shared their insights and perspectives about each topic.
In our first live podcast with the hostess of 'Tales of An African Princess', Dr. Ozi, we engage in a candid discussion about each of our podcasts. We discuss why we started the podcasting journey, the goals we have for our podcasts and how we hope to impact the lives of our listeners.
Many expecting mothers fear loosing a pregnancy. Unfortunately many women experience this tragedy. In this episode, we discuss fetal/ pregnancy loss with perinatal loss specialist, Ms. Yolanda King. She gives us unique perspective of how to support grieving mothers.
One of the best kept non-secrets in pelvic health is pelvic Physical Therapy. In this episode, we discuss maintaining the integrity of our pelvic strength in order to preserve daily functions such as urination, defecation, intercourse, sexual pleasure and more with pelvic physical therapist Dr. Kenael Segal. Dr. Segal shares her myriad of experiences as a physical therapist. We talk kegels and so much more!
In October, we are inundated with pink ribbons, walks/races and information about breast cancer. This campaign is very successful in reminding us about this disease that affects so many of our loved ones. In this episode, we discuss breast cancer in detail with breast surgeon Dr. Jovita Onuwari. Dr. Onuwari shares her passion for caring for patients affected by this disease for over 20 years.
~1 in 20 neurosurgeons are female. Of those very few are black! Recently, Dr. Venita Simpson became the first black woman to graduate neurosurgery residency from Baylor College of Medicine since its inception in the 1950s. In this (one of my favorite episodes) we candidly discuss Dr. Simpson's journey in medicine. She shares her triumphs and shortcomings. She gives us rare insight on what it means to exude excellence despite the fact that you are and look different than your peers.
Many of us spend some time in the emergency room at some point in our lives as a patient, care giver or support system. If you are like me, you are curious about the anatomy of the ED? How do the different health providers work together to provide necessary care? In this episode, we discuss the Emergency Department with ER physician and author, Dr. Kimberly Brown
Hi Dallas-Fort Worth Lovelies: We are hosting a LIVE podcast on "Love, Sex + Relationships" -Date: Saturday 10/19/19 -Time: 4-7pm -Location: 1759 Broad Park Circle, Ste 101 Mansfield, Tx 76063 We are excited about this opportunity to network with you and invite you to be our co-hosts. To register: https://pink_tapalivepod.eventbrite.com SPACES ARE LIMITED!
Reports show women earn substantially less income than their male peers with similar/same education, experience and performance. In addition, women are giving similar accounts of different treatments by supervisors, colleagues and clients as opposed to their male counterparts. In this episode, we discuss 'sexism at work' with board certified Family Medicine Physician, Dr. Nina Lum. In addition to being a physician, Dr. Lum is a co-author of two books that focus on the challenges of women in medicine.
Recently, there has been more awareness about depression and its' pervasive effects on the lives of those affected. In this episode, we discuss depression with board-certified Psychiatrist, Dr. Abimbola Odukoya. We talk everything from symptoms to novel therapies. Dr. Odukoya provides helpful tips to support anyone dealing with Depression.
It seems like the word cancer is now unfortunately a part of our everyday vocabulary. What is cancer? How does it affect the body? What is ovarian cancer? In this episode, we discuss ovarian cancer with Dr. Renee Cowan, Gynecology-Oncology fellow at Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
"Men are from Mars! Women are from Venus!" coined by relationship expert John Gray in 1992 has now become a common saying. In romantic & sexual relationships, the stereotypical differences of the sexes seem to be illuminated. In this episode, we explore conflict resolution within relationships with Psychologist and Coach Dr. T. Medley.
For many of us, we receive our wages every two weeks, manage to pay our bills and hope to have some money left over to enjoy life. Although this may have seemed sufficient in our early years, we need to start to plan for our futures. How can we adequately plan for wealth? generational wealth? In this episode, we discuss money with Kaya Ladejobi, certified financial planner and CEO of "Earn Into Wealth" financial advisory firm.