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By 2065, Israel will be most crowded nation on earth – good news – The Jerusalem Post

I sit down to read the recent Gregorian New Years supplement of the influential economic magazine TheMarker. Were all interested in economic trends, and 2020 was an unpredictably grim year. The lead article headline looks particularly interesting: Turning Point: Israels Big Population Challenge.Turning point?

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EBI can be used successfully in high output dairy herds – Agriland

Economic Breeding Index (EBI) can be used as an effective herd management tool across all dairy production scenarios, according to University College Dublins (UCDs) associate professor of agriculture, Alan Fahey. Speaking at a recent webinar, held to profile the results achieved by the Lyons Systems herd over the past five years, Fahey pointed out that two cows with the same overall EBI value could deliver two entirely different levels of performance. One could be particularly high in terms of milk output, the other could be very high, where fertility is concerned

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VERIFY: Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for those pregnant or breastfeeding? – 13newsnow.com WVEC

Dr. Lorna Marshall, the Medical Director of Pacific Northwest Fertility, said the benefits of taking the COVID-19 vaccine are greater than the risks. SEATTLE The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization are imploring everybody to get the COVID-19 vaccine when its their turn.

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7 myths on egg freezing busted – The Indian Express

New Delhi | December 17, 2020 2:04:39 pm By Dr Ramya Gowda A ticking biological clock is the primary reason women choose to freeze their eggs. A womans fertility peaks during her 20s and starts to decline once she reaches 30.

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Subfertility and Infertility: Are these different? – The Indian Express

By: Parenting Desk | New Delhi | December 4, 2020 4:36:51 pmIt is important to speak to your doctor/fertility expert first for any queries and advice on difficulty in conceiving and fertility options possible and available. (Source:: Pixabay) By Dr Abha Majumdar Often, couples and doctors use the words subfertility and infertility interchangeably, but it is imperative to realise that both the terms are quite different.

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Researcher Offers New Theory on `Venus Figurines – HeritageDaily

One of worlds earliest examples of art, the enigmatic `Venus figurines carved some 30,000 years ago, have intrigued and puzzled scientists for nearly two centuries.

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Earls Barton couple’s 12-year fertility journey ends with birth of bouncing baby and an app – Northamptonshire Telegraph

An Earls Barton couple who went through 12 gruelling IVF cycle treatments, seven miscarriages, and spent a total of 50,000 in medical bills will celebrate their son's first birthday later this week Alex and Natalie Mutambudzi, who had spent 12 years struggling to conceive, gave IVF one last attempt with their one remaining frozen embryo and were finally successful. Their experiences led to the development of a new app-based fertility community - Fertility Zone - and the long-awaited birth of their miracle baby Joshua

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Rebel Wilson: I lost weight to boost fertility and freeze my eggs – Yahoo Finance UK

France 24 Venezuelans voted Sunday in legislative elections set to tighten President Nicolas Maduro's grip on power and further weaken his US-backed opposition rival Juan Guaido, who is leading a boycott of the polls he calls a fraud. The boycott by the main opposition parties meant there was no doubt of victory for Maduro's ruling Socialist Party, giving it control of an expanded 227-seat National Assembly -- the only institution not in its hands.Maduro told reporters after voting in Caracas' main military barracks that it was time to end the opposition's domination of the Assembly responsible, he said, for "the plague of sanctions, cruelty, pain and suffering."Turnout throughout the day was low, however, with many polling stations empty or with few people in line.US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denounced the polls as "a fraud and a sham" engineered by Maduro.Washington, Guaido's main ally, is leading pressure to oust Maduro with economic sanctions, including an oil embargo in force since April 2019."The results announced by the illegitimate Maduro regime will not reflect the will of the Venezuelan people," wrote Pompeo on Twitter.The Organization of American States said it will not recognize the result.Maduro called on the opposition "with one voice, to ask the new US government of Joe Biden to lift all the sanctions."Crippling crisisThe election, contested by about 14,000 candidates from more than 100 parties, comes with the country in a deep political and economic crisis -- suffocated by runaway inflation, paralyzed in endless queues for petrol, lacking water and gas supplies, and afflicted by sudden power cuts.Since November 2019, inflation has reached 4,000 percent.Venezuelahas been hard-hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, and voters were required to wear masks inside polling stations, where the floors bore markings to ensure distancing was maintained."Those who abstain are wrong because how can you let others decide for you? You have to go out and vote!" 70-year-old Fany Molina said as she voted in a school in the center of the capital.The longest lines were in Socialist Party bastions such as the 23 de Enero neighborhood in Caracas.In some cities, however, there were more people joining the ever-present lines at gas stations than to vote, a reflection of the country's crippling economic crisis."This is a humiliation, I'm not going to vote," Jose Alberto told AFP after waiting for hours at a gas station.Weary populationMaduro, a former bus driver who became president on the death of his mentor Hugo Chavez in 2013, was re-elected in 2018 in fraud-tainted polls -- also boycotted by opposition parties -- a victory that much of the international community branded illegitimate.The United States, the European Union and many Latin American countries have long blamedVenezuela's crippling economic crisis on Maduro's repression and misrule.Instead, they backed Guaido when the National Assembly speaker proclaimed himself interim president in January of last year.Guaido, 37, called on voters to stay at home on grounds that "free and fair" conditions for holding elections do not exist."Maduro's objective isn't even to gain legitimacy," he told AFP in an interview this week, adding that the goal was instead to simply wipe out all semblance of democracy.Guaido and his allies plan a week-long plebiscite from Monday seeking public support to prolong the mandate of the current National Assembly until "free, verifiable and transparent" elections can be held.However, the results will not be binding, as Maduro exercises control of the country's institutions, including the Supreme Court and the powerful military.Initial enthusiasm that greeted Guaido's push for power has waned, and critics now see his plebiscite ploy as a desperate gamble.Defeat is likely to leave Guaido increasingly isolated, analysts say -- not least because he will lose the leadership of the National Assembly, on which he based the legitimacy of his presidential ambitions.Allies watchingMaduro's expected victory will be greeted by his foreign allies Russia and China as lending his regime legitimacy, as well as a legal framework to their agreements that help circumvent US and EU sanctions, analysts say.The electoral authority, appointed by the Maduro-friendly Supreme Court, said more than 20 million people are eligible to vote in the polls.Still, opposition dissidents who criticize Guaido for calling the boycott will take part in the election, despite being accused of lending Maduro legitimacy."They are going to represent the new opposition after January 5" when the new legislature takes office, said political scientist Jesus Castillo.(AFP)

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Mother-daughter art show explores grief around pregnancy loss and infertility – CBC.ca

A mother-daughter art show at the Guild in Charlottetown explores the grief around pregnancy loss and infertility, to find healing, but also to help others. "We chose Metamorphosis because this whole exhibit is about transformation," said Jennie Thompson

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12 Who Care: Vernetta Stewart uses her personal tragedy as a blessing for others – FirstCoastNews.com WTLV-WJXX

She created a non-profit organization to help women going through reoccurring miscarriages and infertility. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. First Coast News is proud to bring you the 12 Who Care Community Service Awards to honor the people who make a difference here at home every single day.

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The Venus of Willendorf and Other Voluptuous Ancient Figures May Have Been Ideological Tools to Shape Body-Image Norms – artnet News

Europes prehistoric Venus figurines, dating from theUpper Paleolithic, are one of the worlds oldest art forms. With their voluptuous female figures carved from stone, ivory, horn, or clay, the sculptures have long been thought to have served as fertility totems. New research argues that they played another role: promoting a positive body type that would keep women warmer in order to live through the Ice Age

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Nationwide fertility clinic says hackers may have stolen sensitive information on patients – The Independent

US Fertility, which has 55 clinics across the country, reported that it was victim of a ransomware attack and that the names, addresses and in some cases the private health information and Social Security numbers of patients may have been stolen. The company issued a statement saying hackers "acquired a limited number of files" in a ransomware attack on 14 September that was fixed six days later

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Infamous Las Vegas fertility doctor the focus of HBOs Baby God – Las Vegas Review-Journal

Longtime Las Vegans will remember the name Dr. Quincy Fortier.

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Baby God fertility doctor used his OWN sperm to get hundreds of unsuspecting patients pregnant without the – The Sun

A RENOWED fertility doctor used his own sperm to get unsuspecting patients pregnant, a new documentary reveals.

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Scotland’s IVF treatment is the ‘gold standard’, say fertility experts – HeraldScotland

SCOTLAND leads the UK in NHS-funded IVF treatment and it is a frustration that there is no willingness by the UK Government to achieve the same level of service south of the Border, a London-based fertility expert has said. Sarah Norcross, director of the Progress Educational Trust, which campaigns to improve access to treatment, praised the Scottish Government for the gradual, sustained improvements that she said had led to the country providing a gold standard service. In Scotland, women under 40 can have three funded rounds of IVF treatment and one between the ages of 40 and 42, if all the relevant criteria is fulfilled.

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50 stunning statistics about the global population | News – The Southern

pulation growth, according to the , based on data from the United Nations. The global fertility rate is projected to drop to 1.9 births per woman by the end of the century, which is below the replacement rate of 2.1 births, the Pew Research Center reported

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Tales of pain for couples unable to have children – The Standard

Like for all newlywed couples, life was supposed to follow a certain pattern for Mary when she got married. Get married, enjoy honey moon, get pregnant and enjoy family life.

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VCC Continuing Studies helps students invest in their future while relieving pandemic-related monotony – Straight.com

(This story is sponsored by the .) The pandemic has significantly changed the way that people work in B.C. The health-care and tech industries have been thriving, opening up thousands of job opportunities. Other sectors struggle to navigate the changes forced upon them by COVID-19, resulting in employee wage cuts and layoffs

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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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