1. Podcast interview on “How much should you exercise while pregnant?” for the Get-Fit Guy’s Quick and Dirty Tips. Moderator Brock Armstrong, March 2019.
Podcast interview on "Bumping up physical activity throughout pregnancy" for the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Moderator Daniel Friedman, January 2019.
Podcast interview on "Extreme Pregnancy: Maternal physical activity at Everest base camp" for the Journal of Applied Physiology. Moderator Judith Neubauer, Author Margie Davenport, Expert Lorna Moore, September 2018.
Podcast interview with Alberta Fitness Leadership Certification Association & Program for Pregnancy and Postpartum Health Director, Dr. Margie Davenport, November-2018.
Podcast interview for Gradcast, Western Unviersity on Prenatal Exercise, June 2018
Alberta at Noon, CBC Radio: Exericse and Pregnancy. Host Judy Aldous, Experts Margie Davenport and Trevor Day
Edmonton AM, CBC Radio: Exericse during Pregnancy.
Global News, Kim Smith: New Canadian pregnancy guideline shows exercise cuts odds of major complications by 40%.
Global News, Jennifer Crosby: New study shows exercise cuts odds of major pregnancy complications by 40%.
Night shifts, long hours linked to miscarriages and preterm births; National Post
How much should you exercise while pregnancy?; Scientific American
How to safely exercise during pregnancy; The New York Times
These extreme athletes are proof that pregnant women don’t have to take it easy; The Washington Post
Physiopedia Clinician-Scientist Spotlight: a Q&A with Dr. Margie Davenport
Serena Williams got it right - exercise is healthy during pregnancy; Five Thirty Eight
New Canadian guidelines find exercise critical part of pregnancy - with some caveats; The Globe and Mail
Exercise during pregnancy can reduce risk of major complications; CBC News
Exercising during pregnancy cuts odds of complications by a quarter; University of Alberta
Working out during pregnancy reduces chance of major complications, research shows; The Star Edmonton
Protecting pregnant womens hearts; The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Advanced Learning Module: Exercise & Pregnancy