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After a successful first cohort of 15 students completed the program last year, Camrose Heritage Railway Station and Park is once again offering an organic master gardener program to the horticulturally-inclined among us. The organic angle seems to be a good fit with local gardeners, according to station director Glenys Smith.

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IVF baby birth outcomes revealed

IVF baby birth outcomes revealed 2:31am Thursday 9th January 2014 in National News Press Association 2013 Serious birth problems are twice as likely to affect IVF babies than those conceived naturally, research has shown. The study, which compared the outcomes of hundreds of thousands of births, looked at the risk of stillbirth, low birth weight, premature birth and infant death. Both traditional IVF, involving fertilisation in a glass dish, and the injection of sperm directly into eggs increased the chances of complications, the Australian researchers found

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Utah mom to give birth to daughter’s daughter

PROVO, Utah (AP) A 58-year-old Utah woman is set to give birth in a few weeks to her first grandchild. Julia Navarro is serving as a gestational surrogate for her daughter and son-in-law after the couple struggled with fertility problems.

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Japan’s ageing population could actually be good news

Is a nation's destiny set by its fertility rates? The announcement that Japan's population fell by almost a quarter of a million in 2013 the fifth consecutive annual fall brought warnings that the country may be in terminal decline.

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Cambridge News

Cambridge News Follow us on Monday 6 Jan 2014 10:44 PM Written byNATALIE ROBINSON When the Christmas tree is packed away and eating mince pies for breakfast is no longer acceptable, the new year can see many of us making resolutions to improve our lifestyles. Perhaps youll be vowing to stop online shopping, give up chocolate, or search for a new job. Three careers experts and a business owner in Cambridge have passed on their advice and all agree the new year is a popular time to think about your work life.

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Population and progress

When I started writing about population issues, during the term of the late President Cory Aquino in the late 1980s, the estimate of most experts, given the prevailing fertility rate, was one million Filipinos being born each year.

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Mixed news from scientists about bacteria

We need to change our attitudes about bacteria. That seems to be the consensus of recent studies that indicate we have been miscalculating the role of bacteria in our lives for a long time.

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Fertility Malaysia – IVF, ICSI, Infertility and Fertility News

Scientists have created eggs from stem cells! This follows their initial work creating artificial sperm from stem cells.

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New chief executive for IVF-alternative company

Cambridge News Follow us on Friday 20 Dec 2013 10:38 PM Written byBUSINESS DESK Fertility firm Cambridge Temperature Concepts, has appointed Dr Claire Hooper chief executive.

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News from the Farm: Problems growing turnips

I have received several calls from gardeners having problems with turnips in the past couple of weeks. In all of the cases, the problems have been beyond help for this particular crop. But January of 2014 is an opportunity to start fresh and grow a new crop.

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VIDEO: "Little miracle” Oliver is first baby to be born using cutting edge IVF technology

VIDEO: "Little miracle Oliver is first baby to be born using cutting edge IVF technology 10:00am Saturday 14th December 2013 in News By Jenny Awford CUTTING EDGE: Baby Oliver Lush-Camps LITTLE miracle Oliver Lush-Camps is the first baby to be born in Southampton using cutting-edge IVF technology Eeva. Weighing 7lb 4oz, Oliver came into the world on October 17 despite doctors giving parents Katy and Jonathan just one per cent chance to conceive a baby naturally.

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Baby is first to be born in Southampton using new IVF technology

Baby is first to be born in Southampton using new IVF technology 12:35pm Thursday 12th December 2013 in News By Ed Stilliard, Senior Reporter Little Oliver Lush-Camps is the first baby to be born in Southampton using ground-breaking new IVF technology. Weighing 7lb 4oz, Oliver is the little miracle that arrived after his parents Katy and Jonathan decided to try to conceive with the help of the Wessex Fertility Clinic. The Anglesea Road centre became one of the first five clinics in the world to receive a pioneering piece of equipment the Early Embryo Viability Assessment test (Eeva) and has now seen its first baby born with its use.

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Three of a kind: Identical triplets born in California

Posted by Harrison Barrus / CBS 12 News SACRAMENTO, Calif. A couple defied the odds as they welcomed identical triplets without the help of fertility treatments, CBS Sacramento reports. Hannah and Tom Hepner are already looking for ways to tell their 10-day-old triplets Abby, Laurel, and Brin apart

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Asthma and Fertility: MedlinePlus Health News Video

If you're a woman with asthma, here's some news that may affect your family planning. A large, new study concludes that asthma has a negative effect on fertility

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Fertility specialists push for new guidelines, recommend …

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says that the rate of twin births is up 76 percent in the past 30 years and in many cases, that is the result of fertility treatments. However, now those same fertility specialists who helped bring all those "miracle babies" are pushing new guidelines. They recommend having just one baby at a time

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Fertility doctors aim to lower rate of twin births | Dallas …

BOSTON In the five years since the Octomom case, big multiple births have gone way down but the twin rate has barely budged. Now fertility experts are pushing a new goal: one child

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Fertility News | MyFertilityChoices.com – My Fertility Choices

Top Posts 27th November 2013 The newly released documentary Generation Cryo explores the issues that are faced by the current generation of adolescent children who were conceived 15 to 20 years ago with the assistance of anonymous sperm donors. This film highlights how, in their efforts to trace their genetic roots, these kids are redefining what family means

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Fertility Centers of New England Designated an Aetna Institute …

Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013 The Fertility Centers of New England is proud to announce that it has been designated an Aetna Institute of Excellence Infertility Clinic for Assisted Reproductive Technology services. The Fertility Centers of New England also recently announced the grand opening of their Boston Fertility Center. Aetna makes information about the quality and cost of health care services available to its members to help them make informed decisions about their health care needs

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Fertility news, articles and information: – Natural health news

Factors behind the growing infertility epidemic affecting millions of Americans 8/3/2013 - It seems as though everyone knows someone who struggles with infertility. It can be extremely devastating for any woman trying to conceive, when she looks at the little blue stick month after month only to see the same tell-tale negative sign.

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In the News | New Hope Fertility Center

Time Magazine: Dr. Zhang featured as Fertility Expert Time Magazine: Frontiers of Fertility May 30, 2012 Dr. Zhang appears as a featured expert in Time Magazine's recent piece on the pioneers of IVF

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Fertility News – Fertility Associates of Memphis

We believe its important to give back to our community. Thats why Fertility Associates of Memphis is going the distance for St.

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Page 4 | Fertility News from RMACT: Fairfield Connecticut’s Top …

STAMFORD, CT January, 20, 2012 - Dr. Spencer Richlin, Surgical Director andFertility Specialistwith Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT), has been honored by his peers by being rated one of Castle Connollys 2012 Top Docs

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Fertility News from RMACT: Fairfield Connecticut’s Top Fertility …

Fertility Practice Expands Its Fertility Treatment in Eastern Fairfield County TRUMBULL, CT (September 19, 2013) Just nine months after opening a new location in Trumbull, Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT) is moving into a renovated office that is five times the square footage of the current space. The new office, which is located down the hall from the current suite at 115 Technology Drive, will offer more services and will be able to meet increased patient demand for appointments with three doctor offices, three exam rooms, two acupuncture rooms and a complete blood triage center.

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online fertility resources | fertility news | eIVF network

Over a decade ago, we created the eIVF vision in a unique development partnership with the leading minds working in reproductive health, endocrinology and fertility research. Much more than just an EMR system, eIVF is a customizable set of processes for providing thousands of scenario and information related solutions in fertility and reproductive medicine

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Cleavage-stage biopsy significantly impairs human embryonic implantation potential while blastocyst biopsy does not: a randomized and paired clinical trial

Objective: To determine if cleavage- or blastocyst-stage embryo biopsy affects reproductive competence.Design: Paired randomized clinical trial.Setting: Academic-assisted reproduction program.Patient(s): Attempting conception through IVF.Intervention(s): After selecting two embryos for transfer, one was randomized to biopsy and the other to control. Both were transferred within shortly thereafter. The biopsy was submitted for microarray analysis and single-nucleotide polymorphism […]

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