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Beyond the birds and bees: How new services and tech are helping us make babies in unexpected ways – Global News

When the pandemic hit and the lockdowns set in, many people suspected there was going to be a Canadian baby boom.

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Bell named Pfeiffer Alumni Association president – The Stanly News & Press | The Stanly News & Press – Stanly News & Press

Published 4:01 pm Wednesday, September 28, 2022 When David Bell was a rising senior at Chesterfield (S.C.) High School, he attended a conference on human relations sponsored by the service organization Civitan International. Several students from Pfeiffer College served as counselors at the conference, and before long, they were talking up their school. Bell was excited by what he heard, having already learned of Pfeiffer from an alumnus he knew, and he eventually visited the Colleges campus in Misenheimer.

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How the Targaryens and the Kardashians are entirely the same – Mashable

From Calabasas all the way to Kings Landing, there are two families. Both united in opulent wealth

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Forever grateful she scheduled that mammogram – The Boston Globe

I probably owe my life to a mammogram result.

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The Importance of Annual Mammography Screening & Intermountain Unveils New Detection Tool – ABC4.com

(Good Things Utah) Last week, journalist Katie Couric shared some personal news: earlier this summer she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Why Supreme Court’s abortion verdict must be read by Indian gynaecologists who live under a rock – The Indian Express

My first visit to a gynaecologists office was around a decade ago.

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Women’s Health Therapeutics Market Size to Grow by USD 30.35 billion, Rising Awareness about Gynecological Diseases to be a Key Trend – Technavio -…

NEW YORK, Sept. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the key trends in the women's health therapeutics market will be the rising awareness about gynecological diseases. Various organizations are working toward increasing awareness about gynecological diseases such as maternity disorders, cancer, and infectious diseases

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Ciprofol Use for the Induction of GA in Gynecological Surgery – Medscape

Ben-zhen Chen1*, Xin-yu Yin1, Li-hua Jiang2, Jin-hui Liu1, Yan-yan Shi3 and Bi-ying Yuan1* 1Department of Anesthesiology, Sichuan Provincial Women's and Children's Hospital, the Affiliated Women's and Children's Hospital of Chengdu Medical College, No. 290, Sha Yan Cun Xi Er Jie, Chengdu 610045, Sichuan, China

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Katie Couric reveals she was diagnosed with breast cancer – WYFF4 Greenville

dear Trina, dear taylor, dear Lorraine, dear, Christy dear Karen, you must have been in denial. You're blindsided lung cancer at 29. How does that happen?

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Tributes and admiration for Edmonton doctor who delivered 18,000 babies – CBC.ca

Two days before he died, retired Edmonton doctor Chris Hoskins got up early enough to capture a stunning sunrise over the mountains in Canmore. The 74-year-old posted the photo on his Facebook page and described it to afriend: "My favourite view." On Sept.4, Hoskins set out with some family members to conquer Big Sister mountain his favourite climb, his obituary would say later. On the way down, he lost his footing and fell.

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Hospitals to mark Pinktober Day, PIH records over a thousand proven cancer patients in PNG – POST-COURIER

BY GRACE AUKA-SALMANG PINKTOBER day falls in line with the awareness of breast cancer in the month of October. This is expected to be commemorated by individuals, hospitals and business houses in various activities, and the Pacific International Hospital is no exception. According to senior consultant obstetrician and gynecologist at the Pacific International Hospital Dr Mathias Sapuri, 1562 cancer patients have been registered and confirmed histologically as proven cancer patients were treated at PIH over the last 24 months.

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Breaking News: Katie Couric Has Breast Cancer, Read Her Essay – KCM – Katie Couric Media

June 21, 2022, was the first day of summer, my 8th wedding anniversary, and the day I found out I had breast cancer. Youre due for a mammogram, my gynecologist said, looking over my medical chart. It was May; I had just gotten a pap smear and was still sitting on the exam table in my pink cotton (open in the front) gown.

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Abortion absolutely is healthcare: U.S. House panel told as GOP pursues nationwide ban – Ohio Capital Journal

A nationwide abortion ban would widen disparities in health care and drive up the maternal mortality rate, particularly among Black women, physicians and advocates told a U.S. House panel on Thursday

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Pioneering male infertility research finds men contribute to 50 per cent of infertility cases – 9Honey

New research emerging from the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) is putting male fertility and infertility into the spotlight.

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Carole Hooven: Its obvious that men are much more driven by sex than women – EL PAS USA

Author Dr. Carole Hooven. Evolutionary biologist Carole Hooven says that sex is real its biological.

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Capitalism and the crisis of reproduction – Open Democracy

In Europe, this war climaxed with the enclosures, a process of privatisation that kicked peasants off the land and forced them to take on what work they could find in towns and cities. In Africa, Asia and the Americas, the class war took the form of genocide, enslavement and indentured labour.

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Why childlessness is not incompleteness – The Standard

Kenya is lagging behind the legislative framework governing the practice of fertility.

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The advantages of sperm teaming up to get to the egg – The Star Online

It turns out sperm go against the flow better when they swim together. Despite the popular idea that the fastest and fittest male reproductive cell is the one that wins the fertilisation race, research has shown that spermatozoa often team up to navigate the female reproductive tract in a wide range of mammalian species. A new study published in the journal Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology offers some compelling reasons behind a newly-identified clustering behaviour.

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Fertility bill could inadvertently prevent women freezing their eggs – Newstalk

A fertility expert has warned a badly-worded piece of legislation could prevent women from freezing their eggs.

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CBD Food and Drinks are Becoming Popular, But the FDA isn’t Biting – Healthline

More food manufacturers are cashing in on the publics interest in cannabidiol, or CBD, and adding this compound to beverages and food products, including meals sold at high-end and fast-food restaurants.

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Asian Longhorn tick: Another species to watch for – Beef Magazine

Ticks are always a concern for humans and animals, but a new one is at the forefront and the invasive little creature is making itself known.

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OU medical students fear state legislation will further restrict access to comprehensive reproductive education – The Oklahoma Daily

When longtime Oklahoma resident Christen Jarshaw joined the OU College of Medicines class of 2023, she knew the limitations she would encounter as a studying provider with interests in OB-GYN.

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Its not enough to be the toughest: animals must be shrewd too – Aeon

The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it

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Sexual activities and experiences in women who underwent genital cosmetic surgery: a cross-sectional study using data from the German Health and…

International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. ISAPS Global Statistics. Year-to-year comparisons: 2017 vs.

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Explained | Highlights of the 2022 Cuba Family Code – The Hindu

The new Family Code was accepted by a majority of two-thirds of voters. The new Family Code was accepted by a majority of two-thirds of voters.

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