Archive for Fertility



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How likely are you to conceive a baby after freezing your eggs? – cosmopolitan.com

We live in a modern world, where (thankfully) women are no longer expected to reproduce by the age of 17 and manage a home while their husbands are out hunting. The crux of it is, women are having children later, choosing to establish careers and financial stability before starting a family

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Female surgeons facing fertility issues due to operating theatre hazards – study – Stuff.co.nz

123rf A review article by Australian and American researchers found one-third of female surgeons surveyed reported issues with their fertility, twice the rate of the general population.

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Soil Health Hits the Big Time! – Resilience

It began at the pivotal UN climate summit in Paris in 2015 (COP21), which I had the honor of attending on the behalf of the Quivira Coalition and Regeneration International as an observer. As you will recall, in an effort to slow climate change delegates from 197 nations negotiated and then signed a landmark Agreement committing their governments to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions starting in 2020 (alas, recent events have undercut the Agreements prospects).

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Zinc, folic acid supplement does not improve male fertility – National Institutes of Health

News Release Tuesday, January 7, 2020 Dietary supplements containing zinc and folic acid marketed as a treatment for male infertility do not appear to improve pregnancy rates, sperm counts or sperm function, according to a study conducted by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), part of the National Institutes of Health. The study appears in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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New Initiative Provides Personalized Fertility Consultation in the Comfort of Your Home – P&T Community

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Jan.

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Faith-based fertility support group Moms in the Making to begin in Cape Girardeau – Southeast Missourian

Danielle Stoverink, left, stands with Melissa Schremp, middle, and Stephanie Hodges at the 2019 Moms in the Making conference in Dallas. Submitted A new faith-based fertility support group will begin meeting in Cape Girardeau later this month.

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Don’t Sell Jinxin Fertility Group Limited (HKG:1951) Before You Read This – Yahoo Finance

This article is for investors who would like to improve their understanding of price to earnings ratios (P/E ratios).

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WATCHING NOW How effective are menstruation and fertility apps? – CityNews Calgary

How effective are menstruation and fertility apps? - Video - 660 NEWS Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes. Learn more or change your cookie preferences.

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ACCESS TO TREATMENT – Improving global access to fertility care – ESHRE

A Campus meeting in December concluded that global access to effective fertility can be achieved, but only with the combined commitments of fertility education, affordable treatment, and the support of governments. The solution to unequal access in fertility care lies in a package of approaches which include infertility awareness programmes, safe but affordable IVF, and a commitment from governments to respect human rights.

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Considering Egg Freezing or Donor Egg Treatment? Shady Grove Fertility Invites Those Interested in Family Building Options to Attend Physician-Hosted…

Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) hosts 14 events throughout Georgia, Maryland, New York, Virginia, and the District of Columbia in January, where information seekers can learn about egg freezing, donor egg treatment, infertility, IVF, affordable treatment options, and more. WASHINGTON, Jan

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NASA Technology for Crop Fertility – AG INFORMATION NETWORK OF THE WEST – AGInfo Ag Information Network Of The West

This is Tim Hammerich with California Ag Today. Penelope Nagel is a 9th generation farmer from Illinois who moved to southern California to pursue her other passion of open water swimming.

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Egg white and whey protein key to boosting male fertility, but slash ‘healthy’ fats and McDonald’s muffins – FoodNavigator-Asia.com

Less surprisingly, it appears that a meal high in saturated fat, namely McDonald's sausage, cheese and egg muffins, along with hash browns, should also be shunned by men trying to become dads. These are the findings highlighted in a new pilot study on overweight and obese men undertaken by academics at the University of South Australia and Flinders University.

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Where Are They Now? Top 3 Biotech Startups From NextGen Bio Class of 2018 – BioSpace

Every year, BioSpace analyzes the biotech industry, looking for the hot new biotech startups to watch.

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Beyond Regulation: Shining a Light on Fertility Treatment – BioNews

6 January 2020 'Beyond Regulation: Shining a Light on Fertility Treatment', the third session of the Progress Educational Trust (PET)2019 annual conference, was chaired by Alastair McLellan, the editor of the Health Service Journal.

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Caregivers are about to be in high demand in the US – msnNOW

Scott Eells/Bloomberg/Getty Images A home-care aide Malrissa Perkins talks with a patient in front of a television set in Lincoln, Massachusetts. In the past decade, natural population growth in the US slowed way down. As the fertility rate falls, deathslargely attributed to the growing number of seniorsare rising.

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Cheryl Tweedy is considering sperm donation to have more children but how does it work? – Yahoo News

Cheryl Tweedy has revealed she could look to sperm donation to grow her family [Photo: Getty] Cheryl Tweedy has revealedplans to have more children by sperm donor. The pop singer, 36, explained that she wants to provide more than one sibling for two-year-old son Bear, who she shares with ex-boyfriend Liam Payne, 26. Speaking to The Times Magazine, the star, who is currently single, said that the thought of potential solo fertility treatment makes me very happy.

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Female surgeons at risk of fertility problems from radiation in operating theaters – Guardian

While experts had suspected for some years that working as a surgeon harms womens chances of having a baby, and assumed that stress and physical demands of the role explained the trend, the new analysis argues that there are direct medical risks from working as a surgeon, including from radiation, surgical smoke, anaesthetic gases and other toxic substances. The authors of the study published in the journal JAMA Surgery, are calling for hospitals to make alternative roles available for women of childbearing age after identifying links between infertility and the specialism.According to the study, the potential consequences range from difficulty getting pregnant, spontaneous abortion, preterm delivery, growth restriction and congenital abnormalities. The study points to a survey of 1,021 female surgeons in the United States, across different specialisms that found 32 percent of respondents reporting difficulty with fertility, compared to 10.9 percent in the general population.The same study saw a pregnancy complication rate of 35.3 percent, compared to 14.

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A New Era In Utah: What’s Behind The State’s Record-Low Fertility Rate – KUER 90.1

After a decade-long decline, Utahs fertility rate is at an all-time low. For the first time in recorded history of the Beehive State,the average number of children born to each woman during her reproductive years has dipped below 2.1, which is the threshold demographers say is needed for maintaining a population

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Confessions of an Egg Freezer – The Advocate

Editor's Note This story is brought to you by Fertility Answers. Kelly has still not met Mr

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Vicky Pattison to ditch unhealthy ways after fertility issues as she joins WW – The Irish News

Vicky Pattison said she is looking forward to a healthier life after being told that her previous lifestyle could have impacted on her fertility. The reality TV star and former Geordie Shore cast member, who has been signed up as an ambassador for WW, formerly Weight Watchers, said her new role is starting at the perfect time after a particularly difficult period in her life and because of her past unhealthy relationship with food. She joins fellow celebrity ambassadors Robbie Williams, Curtis Pritchard and Alison Hammond.

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Male Infertility: Tips to boost sperm count and increase fertility – TheHealthSite

Infertility has become a growing problem worldwide, affecting upto 15 percent of couples. It is estimated that about one in every three cases is due to fertility problems in men.

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Pregnancy and Fertility Testing Market Trends, Key Players, Overview, Competitive Breakdown and Regional Forecast by 2025 – Expert Recorder

DataIntelo.com adds Pregnancy and Fertility Testing Market Report provides an analytical assessment of the prime challenges faced by this Market currently and in the coming years, which helps Market participants in understanding the problems they may face while operating in this Market over a longer period of time. This Pregnancy and Fertility Testing Market research study is a collection of insights that translate into a gist of this industry.

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The mental & physical benefits, downsides of having a baby in your 30s – Business Insider

The US birthrate is the lowest it's been in 32 years and that's not the only change in birthing patterns happening right now. For the first time, more 30-something women are having babies than women in their 20s, a difference that grew in 2018, according to a 2019 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But what about that infamous biological clock

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Fertility Treatment and Childhood Cancer Risk: What’s the Link? – Monthly Prescribing Reference

The risk of childhood cancer may be increased in children born after the use of frozen embryo transfer, according to the findings of a recently published retrospective cohort study.

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ACCESS TO TREATMENT – Inequalities in global access to fertility care – ESHRE

A Campus meeting in December reviewed the wide variety of cultural, ethical and economic barriers preventing equal access to fertility treatment. The recurring view was that attitudes and provision vary widely, even between wealthy progressive western countries and states

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