We are happy to announce a new, educational series here on Red Stick Moms Blog with local mom and women’s health expert, Dr. Leanne Redman: Chatting About Women’s Health We love being able to share our own opinions and insights mom-to-mom here on the blog, but we also love the idea of growing our understanding of important health issues such as pregnancy, breast cancer, and nutrition. There is always new research coming out through news and media sources regarding women’s health, and sometimes the information can be overwhelming. We are hoping that with the guidance of Dr. Redman, we can gain a better understanding of the medical research and empower our decision-making through education.
Now, let’s get to know Dr. Redman a bit more!
Dr. Leanne Redman is a 37 year old Australian native. She earned a doctorate in Physiology, Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2004 and moved to the United States to continue her seminal research in women’s health. She works at Pennington Biomedical Research Center as an Associate Professor while holding adjunct appointments with the LSU Graduate School as well as the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of the LSU Medical School. Dr. Redman and her team are developing and testing nutrition and lifestyle programs that aim to improve the reproductive health of women across the lifespan.
Dr. Redman is an advocate for a healthy lifestyle and instills her passion for this into her family, friends and work colleagues. She is a wife to her wonderful and supportive husband, Tim, and mother to their four beautiful children, Jesse 14, Caleb 10, Stella 4 and Emery 3. Dr. Redman was recently featured in Baton Rouge Parent’s Magazine as May’s “Mom Next Door.” As a guest blogger here on Red Stick Moms Blog, Dr. Redman will make regular, monthly posts on nutrition and health as it relates to pregnancy, breast feeding, infertility, and more.
We want to add that we are not being paid by Dr. Redman or Pennington Biomedical to produce this series. We are not paid to promote any specific research topics, medical viewpoints, or research studies. We encourage you to read and consider each article for yourself, and as always to share your thoughts and opinions!
To learn more about women’s health research being conducted here in Baton Rouge visit http://labs.pbrc.edu/womenshealth/ or follow Dr. Redman on Twitter @DrLeanneRedman.