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In this episode, Stefani and Noelle discuss thyroid disorders: taking the shame out of prenatal and postpartum health (part 1) with Alaena Haber
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[8:46] Thyroid Disorders: Taking the Shame out of Prenatal and Postpartum Health (Part 1) with Alaena Haber
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