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Getting Pregnant Was a Challenge. Then the Coronavirus Happened. – The New York Times

Much is still unknown about how the new coronavirus affects pregnancy. The good news: There is no evidence yet that pregnant women are at a higher risk of developing the disease, and limited studies of women in late stages of pregnancy indicate the virus is not transmitted by a mother before the baby is born, during birth or via breast milk.

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Coronavirus Coverage for Pregnancy and Fertility: babyMed.com Increases Coverage for Women Who Are Pregnant, Breastfeeding, in Fertility Treatment,…

NEW YORK, March 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Data is beginning to emerge on how the new Coronavirus and the infection it causes, N-CoV19, affects pregnancy, delivery, fertility and fertility treatments. babyMed, the leading independent website for fertility and pregnancy, is tracking these reports from various national and global health entities to provide evidence-based and up-to-date information, answer questions, dispel myths, and help their audience of 10 million people worldwide find and understand the information critical to them.

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Fertility clinics asked to suspend treatment due to coronavirus – BioNews

23 March 2020 New guidance has called for fertility clinics in the UK to minimise treatment amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fertility wearable to double as COVID-19 temp monitor, as need for population data intensifies – BioWorld Online

Gleaning reliable population-level temperature data routinely has been a key component of the more successful efforts in several Asian countries for containing the emerging, novel coronavirus. But these often have required highly time and labor-intensive coordinated efforts to screen people manually as they access various services such as public transportation and grocery stores. Remotely monitoring people for the early signs of COVID-19, as well as determining disease progression for infected patients virtually, would offer huge potential advances in better protecting the populace, as well as lessening the burden on swamped health care providers

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Non-urgent elective surgeries have been cancelled for now because of coronavirus. Here’s what that means – ABC News

Updated March 26, 2020 16:19:59 Starting today, non-urgent elective surgeries in Australia's public hospitals will be suspended. It's to help preserve resources, including protective equipment, and help the health system prepare for the influx of patients expected in the coming weeks and months due to the coronavirus outbreak

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Daisy Turnbull Brown: ‘A tale of two crocheted blankets, and the fertility story that links them’ – 9Honey

This is the story of two blankets. The first is one of luck, of wonder, of sewing in seams and verging on OCD perfectionism. The second is one of disappointment, of waiting, of putting aside and not picking up, of a loss of faith, of joy, and a final sprint to finish.

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Fertility Drugs Projected to Witness Vigorous Expansion by 2019-2025 – Jewish Life News

The recent market report on the global Fertility Drugs market evaluates the different parameters that are projected to influence the prospects of the Fertility Drugs market during the forecast period. According to the study, the global Fertility Drugs market is estimated to reach the market value of ~US$ XX Mn/Bn in 2019 and attain a market value of ~US$ XX Mn/Bn by the end of 2029.

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Cork woman opens up about her harrowing 7-year-long fertility journey that finally resulted in a miracle baby – RSVP Live

In 2011, newlyweds Katrina Griffin and Joe Moore excitedly entered the next phase of their relationship. As with most young couples, fertility was taken for granted, and thought of as something to be fought off until the right time.

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Fertility Services Market To witness remarkable growth By 2026|The Cooper Companies Inc., Instituto Bernabeu, Virtus Health, CooperSurgical, Inc.,…

Competitive Analysis: The global fertility services market is highly fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market. The report includes market shares of fertility services market for global, Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, South America and Middle East & Africa. Key Market Competitors: Few of the major market competitors currently working in the fertility services market are Olympus Corporation, Cook, The Cooper Companies Inc., Instituto Bernabeu, Virtus Health, CooperSurgical, Inc., Vitrolife, CARE Fertility, INVO Bioscience, Monash IVF, Fertility Focus, Carolinas Fertility Institute, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd., Merck KGaA, LABOTECT GMBH, Genea Limited, Medicover, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Progyny, Inc., CryoChoice, LLC., Millendo Therapeutics, Inc., FUJIFILM Irvine Scientific, LifeGlobal / CooperSurgical and IVFtech ApS

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Global Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) Market To witness remarkable growth By 2027|Bloom Fertility Centre, Parallabs Ltd, Anecova, A…

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) marketis expected to reach market value of USD 45.54 billion by 2027 growing with the CAGR of 8.05% in the forecast period of 2020-2027.

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CCRM Fertility to Remain Open for Select Fertility Treatments as a Commitment to Patient Health and Safety – PRNewswire

DENVER, March 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --CCRM (Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine) Fertility, a global pioneer in fertility science, research and advancement, is committed to continuing to help individuals and couples grow their families, while maintaining the health and wellbeing of all patients, during this time of uncertainty. CCRM Fertility's 11 fertility centers throughout North America will remain open and operate with a symptoms-based approach to care.

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American Society for Reproductive Medicine urges suspension of fertility treatments because of coronavirus – CNBC

A pregnant woman wears face mask as the country works to stop the spread of the coronavirus on March 15, 2020 in Madrid, Spain. Pablo Cuadra | Getty Images The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recommended the fertility industry suspend certain treatments because of the coronavirus, according to a statement from the organization. ASRM advised health professionals to hold off on in vitro fertilization procedures and intrauterine inseminations

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Online Mental Health Intervention Boosted Fertility – MedPage Today

An online version of an established intervention to reduce depression and anxiety among women experiencing infertility worked as well as the face-to-face version, resulting in significantly higher odds of pregnancy, a randomized trial found. The self-reported pregnancy rate among women who took part in the intervention was 53%, compared with 20% for a wait-list control group

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Maven Offers Free First-Time Appointments and Launches Free Webinar Series with Clinicians and Experts Answering Questions on the Impact of COVID-19…

NEW YORK, March 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Maven, the largest telemedicine provider for women's and family health with 24/7 on-demand access to more than 20 specialties, announced it is launching a series of free webinars to help women and families get more support during the COVID-19 crisis. The "Ask Maven Anything" webinars will feature clinical experts answering questions live around COVID-19's effect on pregnancy, fertility, anxiety, and other health issues

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Buoyed by Stringent Government Regulations, Soil Fertility Testing Market to Generate Revenues of US$ 1.8 Bn by End of 2029, Says a New PMR Report -…

New York, United States, March 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global soil fertility testing market is set to grow at 6.2% CAGR during 2019-2029.

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GPs Need Better Education on All Symptoms of PCOS, Say Patients – Medscape

Women who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) often feel their general practitioners (GPs) trivialize the condition as only a fertility problem and do not discuss any of the other long-term health consequences, new results from a UK survey reveal. "Women with PCOS may seek advice or treatment in primary care for various conditions that are associated with the syndrome, including infertility, miscarriage, obesity, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, hirsutism, and acne," say the survey authors, led by Sarah C

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CITY OF FERTILE TO CLOSE OFFICES TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE – kroxam.com

Due to current COVID-19 concerns and to encourage social distancing in order to protect staff, customers, and the community, the Fertile City Council has ordered that the City Office and the Community Center be closed to the public until further notice. The only exceptions to the Community Center closure are patients visiting Altru Clinic and the operation of the Fertile Food Shelf.

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Fertility Test Market Growth by Top Companies, Trends by Types and Application, Forecast to 2026 – Bandera County Courier

Verified Market Research recently published a research report titled, Fertility Test Market Study Report 2020. The research report is created based on historical and forecast data derived from researchers using primary and secondary methods

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Coronavirus in Ireland Irish fertility clinics to halt IVF treatments during Covid-19 outbreak – The Irish Sun

PROFESSOR Mary Wingfield of Merrion Fertility Clinic has said all fertility treatments have been put on hold amid the Covid-19 crisis. Speaking with Sean O'Rourke this morning, Ms. Wingfield said that they do not want people coming to their clinics during the outbreak.

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Global Pregnancy and Fertility Testing Market Insights: Industry Size, Key-Players, Business-Overview, Statistics, Development, Services, Applications…

A Research Report by ORBIS RESEARCH on the Global Pregnancy and Fertility Testing Market offers a detailed analysis about the market share, size, trends, and growth prospects. In addition, the report contains market volume with an accurate estimation offered in the report

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Fertile Ground 4: The one-act itch – Oregon ArtsWatch

(In Fertile Ground 2020, Portlands 11th annual festival of new performance, Jae Carlsson witnessed four standout productions: Vortex 1, Dorothys Dictionary, How to Really, Really? Really! Love a Woman, and Itch.

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The Biggest Wellness Trends of 2020 – Anti Aging News

Last year, the rise of cannabidiol (CBD), intermittent fasting, meditation, and many other health and wellness trends dominated the $4 trillion global wellness industry. As this segment of the market continues to grow rapidly, technologic advances, emerging clinical findings, and shifting priorities are likely to influence burgeoning wellness trends for the coming year. Recently, experts from across the world gathered to forecast the biggest health trends that will take over the global wellness industry in 2020 as part of the Global Wellness Summit (GWS)

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On the coronavirus, rapid aging, falling fertility and Humanae Vitae – Crux: Covering all things Catholic

ROME Pope Francis began his daily livestreamed Mass Tuesday morning with a special prayer for the greatest victims of the coronavirus pandemic, and those most at risk as it continues to spread: The elderly. Id like us to pray today for the elderly, the pope said. Theyre suffering in this moment in a special way, with a very great internal solitude and, at times, with much fear

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Three simple ways to lower the costs of fertility treatment – Quartz

From 2012 to 2019, the Nevada Fertility Center in Las Vegas put on a controversial contest. It put out a call for home videos from individuals or couples struggling with infertility, asking them to talk about their journey, and published a selection on its website. The public could vote for the most compelling videos.

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Fertility treatment is helping trans people have children – Quartz

When he was 22 years old, Trystan Reese wrote off having kids. He was assigned female at birth, but by that point in his life, he had realized he was transgender. He legally changed his name to Trystan, and started taking testosterone

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