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Uncared For

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Roughly 42 million unpaid caregivers care for older loved ones in the United States, and that number is only rising. By 2050, older adults will represent more than 20 percent of the population. So how are we going to care for all of them? In season two of Uncared For, award-winning journalist SuChin Pak (Add to Cart, MTV News), turns the spotlight on elder care, from the medical and financial hurd... more

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A big chunk of family caregivers in this country are part of the “sandwich generation” – people caring for young children and aging parents at the same time. Robert Ingenito was one of them. After caring for his dad and raising his young daughter whi... more

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3 days ago

As someone living with HIV, Vince Crisostomo couldn’t imagine aging past thirty, let alone getting old enough to care for his parents. But when the time came to look after them, Vince embraced it, especially after years of caregiving for his communit... more

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When Jessica Guthrie became a caregiver at age 26, her life turned upside down. Her career, friendships, and love life went on the back burner as she prioritized caring for her mom, who has Alzheimer’s disease. Over nine years of caregiving, she’s fa... more

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17 days ago

Poet and artist Yosimar Reyes moved home to take care of his grandmother during the pandemic. Sometimes he cries in his car from the stress and pressure of caregiving. But he also knows how lost he’d be without her. In this beautiful and honest conve... more

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24 days ago

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4.3 out of 5 stars from 159 ratings
  • I wanted to like it, but the journalism was biased

    There is good content in this podcast analyzing other healthcare systems with better outcomes than the US healthcare system. The problem is the advocacy against “interventions,” when c sections and blood transfusions may be needed to save lives. There isn’t a focus on nuance and information, which is necessary for the creation of high quality medical journalism. And yes, NEVER using the word “women” and only using the term “birthing person” is quite jarring. Both terms can be used, neither is in... more

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    BethJoBobbie
    United Statesa year ago
  • “Birthing people” = unsubscribe

    Discusses important topics but everything is racist and we can no longer be called mothers. I’m a white woman and received terrible care my first pregnancy when I didn’t know how to advocate for myself. It wasn’t racism then was it, and yet the problem still exists. So these topics are important but you’ve lost all credibility. Women give birth. If someone wants to be called something other than his or her biological sex that’s fine but because of them now we’re all “birthing people?” Like absol... more

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    Kjindigo
    United Statesa year ago
  • This thing that they are looking for....

    It’s literally already here. Just stay away from the medical system. Trust that you got this. Don’t listen to this mess of a podcast - which even for cliff hangers. still gives you ‘action items’ and ‘what’s in the way and what you can do’. What you need to do is nothing at all. Birth will do itself. Trust yourself and that you can do this. Why was the narrator ‘surprised’ about being sent home with the baby with no instructions? Of COURSE that was going to happen. We, for a large part, willingl... more

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    spudnick006
    United Statesa year ago
  • PREGNANT WOMEN

    Too bad this podcast took great information and turned it into a political mess. Women give birth, not birthing people. Please, stop with the madness. It ruins your credibility and makes women feel just as disregarded by others as you describe in this podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    DDRoca3
    United Statesa year ago
  • Race baiting, contributes to division

    Under the guise of speaking the truth this podcast just contributes to division and political narratives. Sick of it all. Leave pregnant WOMEN alone. Women. Not people. Women! Stop erasing women!!

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    RayBron
    United Statesa year ago

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