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A Mustang Crisis Looms in the West – The New York Times

CHALLIS, Idaho Dawn broke over the peaks of the Lost River Range, revealing a chase in the wide open valley below. Seven wild horses crashed through the sage, dark manes billowing in the golden light, pursued by a government contractor in a glossy helicopter that dodged left and right like a mechanical Border collie, driving the band forward into a hidden corral. Within hours, the captured mustangs had been sorted, loaded onto trucks to be stamped with an identification number and sent to the Bureau of Land Managements wild horse storage system

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Scots mum who ‘won’ IVF baby is donating frozen embryos to give gift of motherhood – Daily Record

A mum who won her IVF baby in a magazine competition feels so blessed that she is donating her two remaining frozen embryos so someone else can experience the joy of becoming a parent. Della McGill, who will celebrate her first Mothers Day tomorrow, gave birth to miracle baby Callum last July after winning a free round of IVF at the Glasgow Centre for Reproductive Medicine in an online contest. The 37-year-old and her Northern Irish partner Ryan Cunningham, 39, suffered the heartache of two ectopic pregnancies, years of fertility issues and a failed round of IVF before conceiving their son, who is now eight months

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Are you obsessed with having a child? – Vanguard

Recognising the fact that trying for a baby can quickly become an obsession, nutrition health expert, Marilyn Glenville has written a book to help couples boost their fertility in just three months. According to her, no matter what you do, you might not get pregnant without the right help, knowing you are doing everything you can allow you to get on with the rest of your life and, importantly, enjoy baby-making, she says. Here is a selection of the tips she gave in her book; Getting Pregnant Faster: Change your diet: Good nutrition means eating healthily at least 80 per cent of the time without cutting out any food groups

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[News Focus] 8.56 million people reside alone in South Korea – The Korea Herald

Seocho District in Seoul provides single-person household residents with a woodcraft class in June 2019, as part of its expansion in culture programs for those residing alone. But the regional administrative office, alongside most others nationwide, has halted all of its culture classes in the wake of COVID-19 since late January.

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Coronavirus pandemic spurs halt to fertility treatments – The Globe and Mail

Ash Mogg, 36, who has had IVF cancelled due to COVID-19, outside her home in Toronto on March 20, 2020.

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Six women share their heartbreaking fertility battles to support women feeling alone and excluded this – The Sun

MOTHER'S Day is joyous occasion for many, but it can be heartbreaking and isolating time for those yearning for a baby. With new figures showing that one in eight women experience difficulty getting pregnant, app Peanut TTC (Trying to Conceive), has given a voice to those struggling to conceive in a short film called The Silent Struggle. 8 From a woman who has endured 2 miscarriages to another that has undergone five rounds of IVF, to an Indian bride dealing with cultural expectations, the film features the diverse journeys of seven women from Peanuts community

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LETTERS: It could be worse; Misuse of Torah; Untying infertility knots; etc. – The Jewish News of Northern California

It could always be worse We could be having wildfires, power outages, water shortages or earthquakes, kinehoreh (Yiddish for it shouldnt happen). When I feel discouraged, I think about those possibilities and feel grateful. Judy KunofskyEl Cerrito The J.

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Guidance for the care of fertility patients during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic – BioNews

20 March 2020 The British Fertility Society (BFS) and the Association of Reproductive Clinical Scientists (ARCS) have announced new guidelines for fertility patients during the coronavirus pandemic. Summary UK COVID-19 epidemic continues to escalate. Whilst pregnant women can be generally reassured they are asked to consider themselves a vulnerable group

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The challenges facing single women who want to have children – ‘I find Mothers Day particularly difficult’ – inews

OpinionComment'The older I get the more I realise its not inevitable and if I want children, Ive got to think about how it will happen' Friday, 20th March 2020, 12:20 pm For Charis Scott-Holm, Mothers Day has become increasingly fraught. The 32-year-old has always wanted a baby but as a single woman, she is beginning to worry it may never happen. The communications officer from Hull is not alone

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Coronavirus live updates: Layoffs hit restaurants and the worst of the jobs damage could be ahead – CNBC

This is CNBC's live blog covering all the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak. All times below are in Eastern time

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Mum looking forward to celebrating her first Mother’s Day after successful IVF treatment | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News – Eastern Daily Press

PUBLISHED: 14:45 16 March 2020 | UPDATED: 14:45 16 March 2020 Mark Boggis Michelle and Andrew Kirby with their son Arthur. Picture: The Kirby family Archant A mum from Lowestoft is looking forward to celebrating her first Mothers Day after struggling with her fertility

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Coronavirus Anxiety Tips: Dealing with Anxiety During Coronavirus if You’re Pregnant – What To Expect When You’re Expecting

Around the world, the rapid spread of thecoronavirus and attempts to slow down the viruss spread have led to dramatic shifts in day-to-day life and routines. Everyone feels uneasy by the news, not to mention the latest social distancing guidelines which require us to adopt self-isolation. These are stressful times.

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Meet the cast of BBC One’s The Nest – RadioTimes

How far would you go to have a child? Thats one of the questions at the heart of BBC Ones upcoming Glasgow-set surrogacy thriller The Nest, starring Line of Dutys Martin Compston and Gentleman Jacks Sophie Rundle as a wealthy couple who enlist a teenager to become their surrogate.

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Global Biostimulants Market 2020-2024 | 12% CAGR Projection Through 2024 | Technavio – Business Wire

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The global biostimulants market is expected to post a CAGR of more than 12% during the period 2020-2024, according to the latest market research report by Technavio. Request a free sample report Biostimulants are widely used in the form of vermicompost, composted urban waste, protein hydrolysate, and chitin/chitosan derivates in organic farming

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Merck Foundation meet the President of Namibia to underscore their long-term partnership with the First Lady of Namibia to break infertility stigma -…

Merck Foundation (www.Merck-Foundation.com) launched their programs in partnership with Namibias First Lady together with Ministry of Health & Social Service and Ministry of Education; Merck Foundation to train doctors in the fields Cancer, Diabetes and Fertility Care to build healthcare capacity in the country; Merck Foundation to train media to break the stigma of infertility in partnership with The First Lady of Namibia. Merck Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany underscored their commitment to break infertility stigma and build healthcare capacity in Namibia during their high-level meeting held at the State House between The Head of State of Namibia, H.E

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Dairy reproductive strategies workshop planned in Westby | News – The Westby Times

Optimizing fertility on dairy farms is necessary and challenging on todays dairy farms. UW-Madison Division of Extension invites area dairy farmers and their veterinarians to learn about fertility improvement opportunities. The Dairy Reproduction Strategies workshop on April 2 at the Westby VFW, Westby, will be held from 9:30 a.m

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How friendships helped me through the rough times of infertility – cosmopolitan.com

In early 2016, when I was 28, newly married and had just started my dream job, my husband Andy and I found out that we wouldnt be able to have children naturally. Hed had cancer at 18, and gruelling radiation and chemo had left him infertile

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Common Feed Ingredient Tested Safe in Bulls – Global Health News Wire

University of Illinois researchers tested the effects of distillers grains on Simmental x Angus bull development and reproductive capacity. Cattle feeders choose distillers grains in feedlot diets as an inexpensive alternative to corn and soybean meal.

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James Jordans hero father rushed to hospital after stroke – Metro.co.uk

James Jordan is by his fathers hospital bedside after his stroke (Picture: Rex Features) James Jordan has revealed his beloved father has been rushed to hospital after suffering a stroke and seizures. The Dancing On Ice star shared the concerning news with his Twitter followers on Thursday evening (12 March), revealing his father was taken to hospital earlier that morning.

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Menopause: The Taboo Topic We Need To Talk About – HuffPost

About half of French women do not discuss menopause with their partner. That may be because 40% of women in the country consider it a difficult topic which they dont want to think about themselves, according to a survey released late last year. While the perception of menstruation is changing and the topic is becoming increasingly less of a taboo, its clear that the same cannot be said about menopause which is not a disease, but a natural phenomenon when a womans period stops, generally around 50 years old

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Qiagen boosting production of chemical needed to test for coronavirus – ETHealthworld.com

Representative image. German molecular testing company Qiagen said on Wednesday it was ramping up production of a chemical used in some coronavirus tests, after a report that shortages could disrupt testing in the United States. The company said extraordinary demand was "challenging" its capacity to supply RNA extraction kits used for some coronavirus testing.

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Hebrew Free Loan helps parents conceive through its fertility loan program – The Jewish News of Northern California

For close to two years, Michael Tarle and April Oldenburg of Emeryville tried to have a child. We tried the old-fashioned way, Tarle said.

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Proov gets FDA nod for its at-home ovulation testing kit – MobiHealthNews

Womens health company Proov got the FDA green light for its at-home ovulation testing kit.

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Benefits plans are adapting to the demands of a diverse workplace – Employee Benefit News

Employers continue to adjust plan designs and offerings to emphasize lifestyle-focused benefits like mental health and fertility treatments in order to meet the diverse needs of todays workforce, according to DirectPaths annual Gartner Trends Report, which gives insight into employers 2020 health care benefits strategies.

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Niswa, the first arabic platform to educate women about sexuality and fertility – Kawa News

At only 25 years old, Zainab Al Radhi is already determined to make up for the lack of education in the Arab World regarding womens sexuality and fertility. Born in the small town of Qatif, located in the east of Saudi Arabia, not far from Bahrain, she then moves to the United States at the age of majority for her studies. After obtaining her Bachelors degree in Health Sciences at the University of Michigan, her interest in the impact of contraceptive methods on the female body and the environment floods in.

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