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Terrorist attacks decrease fertility levels, says new research

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 19-Nov-2014 Contact: Kirsty Doole kirsty.doole@oup.com 44-186-535-5439 Oxford University Press A new study published online today in the journal Oxford Economic Papers has found that, on average, terrorist attacks decrease fertility, reducing both the expected number of children a woman has over her lifetime and the number of live births occurring during each year.

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Fertility clinic opens at Abilene Regional Medical Center

ABILENE, Texas - Did you know one in six couples is affected by infertility? Unfortunately, many in our area do because they are one of those couples.

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Women's fertility linked to detox element in diet

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 17-Nov-2014 Contact: Melanie Ceko melanie.ceko@adelaide.edu.au University of Adelaide @UniofAdelaide University of Adelaide research has for the first time shown how much of a critical role the natural antioxidant selenium plays at the earliest stages of a woman's fertility. The discovery has been made in joint research involving the University's School of Chemistry and Physics and the Robinson Research Institute. For her PhD in Chemistry at the University of Adelaide, Melanie Ceko investigated the role and location of selenium in the ovary, and a specific protein that includes selenium

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3 arrested in Aquidneck Island thefts

By: ABC6 News Staff news@abc6.com Three people have been arrested for stealing thousands of dollars worth of items from various stores and shops on Aquidneck Island.

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Fertility clinic coming to Abilene

ABILENE, Texas - Abilene will soon have a fertility clinic. Infertility specialist Robert Kaufmann, M.D., will begin seeing patients monthly at Abilene Regional Medical Center beginning Tuesday, Nov. 18

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News – The Fertility CenterThe Fertility Center

Womens Health Center Open House for Health Care Professionals on October 24, 5:30-8:00 pm. Click here for more information

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EggBanxx Makes Egg Freezing Accessible to Women Whose Employers Dont Offer Benefit

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2014 Egg freezing, a form of fertility preservation, allows a woman to freeze her eggs now and use them to try to get pregnant when shes ready to have a family.

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Parents Of Triplets Conceived Through Fertility Treatments Discover They're Pregnant With Twins Naturally

Utah parents that had triplets just seven months ago with the help of fertility treatments discovered that they are now naturally pregnant with twins. Julie and David Grygla of St

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Toledo's only full time fertility center will soon shut its doors

Monroe County Sheriff talking to people at party where missing woman was last seen Monroe County Sheriff talking to people at party where missing woman was last seen Updated: Thursday, October 30 2014 3:14 PM EDT2014-10-30 19:14:00 GMT Updated: Thursday, October 30 2014 11:56 PM EDT2014-10-31 03:56:52 GMT Updated: Thursday, October 30 2014 2:48 PM EDT2014-10-30 18:48:54 GMT Updated: Thursday, October 30 2014 7:56 PM EDT2014-10-30 23:56:41 GMT Promedica Doctor Joseph Karnitis is the only full time reproductive endocrinologist in Toledo. His patients are now gradually hearing the news that the facility is closing its doors by the end of February

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Cuba Tries to Drive up Fertility Amid Baby Slump

Daymarys Gonzalez's first attempt to have a child ended with an ectopic pregnancy at age 31.

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New product fueling growth for Boulder fertility app maker Kindara

The first product by Boulder-based Kindara won't start shipping until the spring, but it already has had a significant effect on the local fertility tracking app maker. "We've been generally pre-revenue up until now," said Will Sacks, who co-founded Kindara with his wife, Kati Bicknell, in 2011.

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Pacific Fertility Center Physicians Interviewed by the Media about New Fertility Benefits Offered by Facebook and Apple

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2014 Childbearing and career may be mutually exclusive for some women. But two tech giants are now addressing that conundrum by offering unprecedented egg-freezing fertility benefits.

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Facebook, Apple pay to freeze employees' eggs

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Facebook and Apple are telling their female employees: We will pay to freeze your eggs.

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Facebook and Apple will pay for employees to freeze their eggs

Facebook and Apple are now among the first Silicon Valley tech companies to cover the expense of egg freezing procedures for employees, NBC News reported. Both companies already offer benefits for adoption and fertility treatments, but this marks their first foray into covering egg freezing, which costs at least $10,000 per round plus $500 to $800 per year for storage. Both Facebook and Apple will finance up to $20,000 in those costs; Facebook under its surrogacy benefit and Apple under its fertility benefit

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Plugged In: Paying women to put career first, family second?

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Facebook and Apple are telling their female employees: We will pay to freeze your eggs.

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Facebook, Apple will now pay to freeze employees eggs

Facebook is already covering the procedure as part of its insurance benefits, the company said. Apple plans to offer coverage starting in January, according to report by NBC News. The relatively new practice of freezing eggs allows women to put their fertility on hold so they can still have children later in life.

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Why Facebook & Apple Are Paying To Freeze Employees Eggs

Facebook and Apple are telling their female employees: We will pay to freeze your eggs. Facebook is already covering the procedure as part of its insurance benefits, the company said

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Facebook, Apple Will Pay for Female Employees to Freeze Their Eggs!

Facebook and Apple will pay for female employees to freeze their eggs! The reason?

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On Leadership: The new Silicon Valley perk? Freezing your eggs

Employees at Silicon Valley giants Facebook and Apple are not short on generous perks: extendedfamily leave, sleek onsite medical centers for employees, free massages and candy shops.

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See expectant mom's shocked face when she learned she was having quadruplets

(ABC News) -A Utah couple is getting ready to welcome two sets of identical twins -- a one in 70 million occurrence -- after spending years in fertility treatments. Ashley and Tyson Gardner are having quadruplets, after two implanted embryos split, resulting in two sets of identical twins. The chances of two identical sets of twins is approximately on in 70 million, according to Dr.

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See Expectant Mom's Face After News of Quadruplets

More ABC news videos | ABC Entertainment NewsCopy A Utah couple is getting ready to welcome two sets of identical twins -- a one in 70 million occurrence -- after spending years in fertility treatments. Ashley and Tyson Gardner are having quadruplets, after two implanted embryos split, resulting in two sets of identical twins. The chances of two identical sets of twins is approximately on in 70 million, according to Dr.

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White woman sues over black baby

SUING: Jennifer Cramblett with two-year-old daughter Payton. An Ohio mom and her same-sex partner are suing a Chicago-area fertility clinic for sending sperm from a black donor instead of the white donor's sperm that she ordered. Thirty-six-year-old Jennifer Cramblett of Uniontown, Ohio, said that, as a lesbian, she knows what discrimination feels like

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Moderate drinking may hurt healthy men's fertility: Study

Health Home> > > > Written by: QMI Agency Oct. 3, 2014 Moderate drinking may hurt healthy men's fertility: Study (Fotolia) Moderate drinking on a weekly basis contributes to poor sperm quality in healthy young men, a new Danish study has found. The study was based on 1,221 men between the ages of 18 and 28 who underwent a medical exam for military service between 2008 and 2012

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What If American Women Never Have The Children They Delayed Because of the Recession?

Many American women put off having children when times got hard in the recession. Now theres more reason to worry they wont have those kids at all. In a new paper published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Princeton University researchers Janet Currie and Hannes Schwandt cast doubt on the idea of a baby rebound.

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"Wrongful birth": White woman sues after she mistakenly receives sperm from black donor

CLEVELAND - An Ohio woman and her partner have sued a Chicago-area sperm bank after she became pregnant with sperm donated by a black man instead of a white man as she'd intended. Jennifer Cramblett was five months pregnant and happy with her life in April 2012. She and her partner had married months earlier in New York, and within days of their nuptials she had become pregnant with donor sperm at a fertility clinic in Canton

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