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28ish Days Later
What do you really know about the menstrual cycle? India Rakusen explores the whole bloody story, discovering facts that could change your life. Periods are just the beginning.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 419 ratings
Completely brilliant
I come back to this podcast regularly, listening to an episode relevant to where I am in my own cycle. I listen to a lot of podcasts across a range of subjects- this is the one I return to and recommend the most. Absolutely brilliant.
anjdidndnixnwn via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/28/23
I appreciate this podcast
This is a wonderful resource which I appreciate immensely. I trust the content and value the diverse perspectives and content.
SarahStobi via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/27/23
Such an important and incredible series for all humans, menstruating and not. I learnt so much about my own body and wish I had access to this information 30 years ago. Thank you for having the conversation and making an impact on generational conversations and sharing. I would dearly love a...Read full review »
Little wonders 1 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/26/23
Recent Episodes
Published 03/21/22
Through this series we have demonstrated how inequalities in research and persistent myths about women's bodies have led to inequalities in healthcare. In this episode India talks to someone who has the power to influence change. Dame Professor Lesley Regan has dedicated the last decade of her...
Published 03/21/22
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