Parenting is full of decisions — starting the moment you learn you’re pregnant (sometimes before) and continuing indefinitely. For the past decade, Emily Oster has guided pregnant people and parents through these challenges using data. She translates the latest scientific research into answers to the questions people have in their day-to-day lives. ParentData brings Emily together with other experts in areas of pregnancy and parenting to talk about some of the most complicated of these issues, from labor induction to food allergies to parenting through a divorce. Each conversation brings us closer to Emily’s mission: to create the most data-literate and informed generation of parents yet. Join us!
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Becoming a parent is transformative. It is also terrifying. From conception and pregnancy onwards, you’re handed a new set of rules to follow with little explanation of the reasons or risks. For each decision, you want to do the “right” thing — but h... more
I’m thrilled to share the audio from an event we held earlier this month to mark the 10-year anniversary of my first book, Expecting Better. It was hosted by Dr. Sara Readon (also known as The Vagina Whisperer) and we were joined by Amy Schumer, who ... more
She’s an Economist not an expert on parenting or health. She doesn’t see patients nor does she counsel actual parents. She faces no risks from her bad advice. I have run successful businesses and raised two successful children and can look back on those successes to say first that a family is not a business (wow, what a terrible analogy) and second, that I too can cherry pick data to support my parenting premises that would completely contradict hers. more
Update: I was 6 months away from the podcast, then listened to “Representation” episode. What happened? Broad and obvious generalizations without data or really any support (we call this arm waving). “Black representation is important”. As a theme, fine, but this is an example of the depth of thought presented. Lots of “here’s what I think” based on personal experience. Nothing wrong with that as long as it’s supported. And a strong left bias without details or insight or any critical analysis. ... more
Thrilled to have found this podcast!!!
really appreciate emily oster's insights and have turned to her podcast (and newsletter) since becoming a mother.
I can’t remember how I initially heard about Emily Oster but I read Expecting Better while pregnant with my first child and it was the best thing I could have done to ease my anxiety around the supposed Dos and Donts of pregnancy. Since then I’ve read or ordered all of her books (my kids are still young, 1&3 so I haven’t quite gotten into Family Firm yet but loved Cribsheet). I can’t recommend her content enough. She also seems really cool and feels like the mom friend everyone needs :). She has... more
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ParentData with Emily Oster launched a year ago and published 82 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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