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Thriving Wigan business providing clothes for residents with chronic conditions – Wigan Today

The company, founded during the first lockdown in spring, sells adapted and flexible T-shirts, jeans, hoodies and other garments for people with illnesses such as irritable bowel syndrome, endometriosis and Crohns disease. Emma, who herself battles endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), says it can be tough for people with chronic conditions to find suitable clothes, leaving them spending much of their time in pyjamas or nightwear and not wanting to leave their homes

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Mother and Child Hospital still far from completion – DAWN.com

RAWALPINDI: Another year passed, but the construction work on the 400-bed Mother and Child Hospital on Asghar Mall could not be completed and the project may take one more year for completion. The project worth Rs2.5 billion was launched in 2005 in the tenure of then military ruler Pervez Musharraf

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Experts: Too soon to call it a second wave – The Tribune

Naina MishraTribune News ServiceChandigarh, November 20 For the fourth consecutive day, the city recorded over 100 cases and is pacing towards a second wave.

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Japan aims to remove income cap on subsidies for fertility treatment – The Japan Times

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said Monday the government aims to abolish the cap on income to make it easier for all couples to receive subsidies for fertility treatment as Japan faces a declining birth rate. Sugas remark came in response to calls that, in order for all couples to qualify for subsidies, the cap on their combined annual income currently set at 7.3 million ($70,000) should be abolished. The countrys public health insurance covers only limited fertility treatment that could cost millions of yen

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Gov’t aims to abolish income cap on subsidies for fertility treatment – Japan Today

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said Monday the government aims to abolish the cap on income to make it easier for all couples to receive subsidies for fertility treatment as Japan faces a declining birth rate.

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Meet the Entrepreneur Whos Ushering in a New Generation of Urban Fertility – Worth

Avi Telyas Makerhoods is bringing a wildly bold yet inarguably intuitive approach to the transformation of cities. I met Avi Telyas more than 20 years ago, when his manufacturing business, Bayside Controls, was a client of my advertising agency. We were a consumer agencyI had no idea what electromechanical automation subsystems were

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New Zealand fertility rates: Kiwi patients share the heartbreak, uncertainty of their journeys to conception – Newshub

Both Ukass and Moana had been actively attempting to get pregnant for years before beginning their fertility journeys - and both encountered similar hurdles. Ukass, who is currently 24 weeks pregnant, tried for almost five years before she and her partner decided to pursue IVF. Ukass had struggled with compromised fertility after being diagnosed with cervical cancer in her 20s.

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COVID-19 Impacts Male Fertility Negatively, All You Need to Know About it – India.com

You must heard about the complications or side-effects of COVID-19 disease and we are sure male infertlity was not one of them.

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Study finds gay men are attracted to cues of fertility just like their straight counterparts – PsyPost

Homosexual men view both highly fertile women and men as more attractive compared to women and men who are less fertile, according to new research published in Personality and Individual Differences. The findings suggest there are basic evolutionarily-rooted mechanisms that influence mens perception of potential partners, regardless of their sexual orientation.

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New drug to treat female reproductive problems and improve fertility – BioNews

23 November 2020 A new drug that may be able to improve fertility for women with ovulatory problems has been showcased by researchers at Imperial College London. The drug, called MVT-602, works by modifying the activity of kisspeptin, making it more potent, stable and water-soluble.

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Gay Men Respond to Fertility Cues Similarly to Straight Men: STUDY – Towleroad

A new study reports that, like their heterosexual counterparts, gay men are attracted to cues of fertility. PsyPost reports: In the study, 64 homosexual and 60 heterosexual male participants were asked to view a purported profile of a woman from a fertility clinic and rate a variety of her characteristics, including physical attractiveness. The profile included information about her level of fertility along with information such as age, blood type, personality and a black and white photo

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What are some of the best diets for men? – Medical News Today

Males have different nutritional needs from females in calorie intake and the nutrients they require for prostate health and fertility. A healthful diet is also essential for heart, bone, and muscle health.

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Frozen eggs and ovarian tissue helped women conceive children after breast cancer – Science Codex

Women with breast cancer whose eggs or ovarian tissue were frozen had more children after their diagnosis than women who did not undergo fertility preservation using those methods before start of cancer treatment. That is according to a study by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden that is published in the journal JAMA Oncology. According to the researchers, the result highlights the importance of reproductive counseling and fertility preservation for women who are diagnosed with cancer at a young age.

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All you need to know about early ovarian ageing explains fertility consultant, Dr Bharati Dhorepatil – PINKVILLA

Dr Bharati Dhorepatil, Fertility Consultant, Nova IVF Fertility, Pune explains all about ovarian ageing Those facing women early ovarian ageing are asymptomatic with even normal fertility. But, a continuing follicular loss will result in loss of fertility, menstrual irregularity, and even early menopause.

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Fertility, maternity and top sport – Newsroom

NOVEMBER 20, 2020 Updated November 20, 2020 Podcast: The Detail LockerRoom's Suzanne McFadden talks to The Detail's Sharon Brettkelly about getting elite female athletes to open up about fertility and maternity Top young female athletes are being urged to make plans for babies as early as their teens, as new research reveals the harsh impact of elite sport on their bodies. The message comes as New Zealand's leading sportswomen open up about difficulties with their periods, the excruciating pain of endometriosis, and trouble conceiving, in a ground-breaking series by Suzanne McFadden on Newsroom's LockerRoom called From Here to Maternity. The series also delves into new studies into women's bodies that have flipped training and competition on their head; and how the athletes themselves are leading the way by making pregnancy and motherhood part of their regime

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Global Fertility Drug Market in-Depth Analysis, Key Players, Challenges, Segmentation and Forecasts to 2027. – The Think Curiouser

Latest updated Report gives analysis of Fertility Drug market overview, scope, market risks, market driving force and market opportunities. Fertility Drug competitive situation, sales, revenue and global market share of top manufacturers working in Fertility Drug industry are analyzed clearly by landscape contrast The Global Fertility Drug Market divides the industry on the basis of the regions by growth, product types and applications, over the forecast period (2020-2027) of the Fertility Drug market.

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IVF and Other Reproductive Technologies Do Not Boost Ovarian Cancer Risk – Cancer Health Treatment News

Ever since the introduction of assisted reproductive technology (ART) in the 1980s, medical concerns that it might increase the risk for ovarian cancer have lingered. ART refers to a wide array of treatments and procedures designed to facilitate pregnancy and childbirth, including embryo cryopreservation, intracytoplasmic sperm injection and in vitro fertilization (IVF). Now a new study, conducted in the Netherlands and published in the journal of the National Cancer Institute, provides reassurance that these fertility technologies do not increase individual risk for ovarian cancer.

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Coronavirus invades mens reproductive organs, can affect their fertility – KXAN.com

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Infertility Treatment Devices and Equipment Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Product Type ; Procedure ; End User, and…

Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Ethiopias protracted privatization process faces sticking issues as the government and prospective investors prepare to meet this week, with an escalating armed conflict starting to add to concerns.MTN Group Ltd., Africas largest carrier by subscribers, sees the investment case weakening due to uncertainty over whether international tower companies would participate and a mobile-money license be included, Chief Executive Officer Ralph Mupita said this week, adding that the group remains interested.Crosstown Johannesburg rival Vodacom Group Ltd. said its monitoring the conflict between the government and the Tigray region before making its final decision, having earlier said it would bid in a consortium with Vodafone Group Plc and Kenyas Safaricom Plc.The remarks indicate a more cautious approach from companies that have long expressed an interest in expanding in Ethiopia, even before Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed proposed ending state-owned Ethio Telecoms monopoly in mid-2018.

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Kindbody Opens State-Of-The-Art Fertility Lab in the Heart of New York City – PRNewswire

NEW YORK, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Kindbody, a fast growing health and technology company, announced today the opening of its newest full-service women's health and fertility clinic in New York City at 16 East 40th Street, just steps away from the historic New York Public Library. The opening marks the company's second New York location and fifth in total, all providing preconception through postpartum care directly to employers and consumers

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A woman was beaten and killed by her husband and in-laws. They were sentenced to three years – CNN

The 22-year-old Chinese woman had only been married for six months when her husband and in-laws beat her to death, because she had been unable to conceive a child, according to state-run news agency Xinhua. The woman, identified by court documents only by her surname Fang, was from China's eastern Shandong province.

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Inception Fertility Expands EMR Partnership with PracticeHwy | News – Fort Bend Herald

HOUSTON, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --In its latest effort to enhance the patient experience, Inception Fertility (Inception), a family of comprehensive fertility practices and companies, announces today it has expanded its strategic partnership with PracticeHwy's electronic medical record (EMR) system, eIVF

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For artists and authors, the latest provincial health order has the earmarks of a double standard – Straight.com

If you're in the mood to go to a bar in Metro Vancouver with five members of your householdand fill your belly with booze until 10 p.m. without wearing masks, that's okay.

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Double-pregnancy miracle: mom and grandma deliver two babies to one family – KARE11.com

Doctors can not explain how Kelsi was able to become pregnant or carry her pregnancy. CAMBRIDGE, Minnesota A Cambridge couple is welcoming two baby girls this fall after a series of miraculous twists and turns in their fertility journey.

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58 members of Congress tell Bureau of Land Management to cancel inhumane wild horse sterilization surgeries – KLAS – 8 News Now

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) On Thursday, Congresswoman Dina Titus (D-NV), Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) sent abipartisan letter signed by 58 Members of Congressto drop a controversial plan to surgically sterilize federally-protected wild horses in Utah. The letter was sent to Interior Secretary David Bernhardt calling on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The cruel and outdated procedure called, ovariectomy via colpotomy has been called barbaric by veterinarians and was deemed inadvisable for field application by theNational Academy of Sciencesdue to the risk of bleeding and infection

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