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‘The dry cow – fresh cow transition accounts for 80% of herd health problems’ – Agriland

The dry cow fresh cow transition accounts for 80% of herd health problems, according to Dr. Dan Ryan, who runs his own fertility management consultancy firm known as Reprodoc Ltd. When we spoke to Dan back in September on the reasoning behind poor fertility performance in herds he said that farmers often overlook the effect ofthe transition period from a dry cow to a fresh cow diet which studies have shown can have a major impact on a cows fertility later in the year

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Fertility Monitors Market Incredible Possibilities, Growth With Industry Study, Detailed Analysis And Forecast To 2025 – Instant Tech News

Global Fertility Monitors Market research report gives a comprehensive outlook of the markets 2019-2025 and offers an in-depth summary of the current market status, historic, and expected way forward for the Fertility Monitors Market. Additionally, to this, the report provides data on the restraints negatively impacting the markets growth. The report includes valuable information to assist new entrants, as well as established players, to understand the prevailing trends in the Market

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Obstetrics, Gynecology conference in Kottayam from tomorrow – United News of India

More News13 Feb 2020 | 8:04 PM Hyderabad, Feb 13 (UNI) Students from GITAM, deemed to be University, have secured five more Assist world records.

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Having fewer children reduced the education gap in China – The Ohio State University News

A new study uses Chinas one-child policy to show that having fewer children leads women to achieve higher levels of education. The research found that the one-child policy alone accounted for about half of the additional education that women in China achieved after the policy was put in place. The findings suggest that some Chinese women anticipated having fewer children due to the one-child policy and they postponed marriage and postponed having children while they increased their education, said Xuan Jiang, a postdoctoral researcher in economics at The Ohio State University

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Inbreeding among the last woolly mammoths may have led to extinction – KESQ

Some of the last mammoths on Earth suffered from mutated genes that reduced fertility, caused diabetes, affected their development and even kept them from being able to smell flowers, according to a new study.

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Why do we celebrate Valentine’s Day? In the early years, it was more goat blood than roses – USA TODAY

Want to get rid of your rat of an ex? Let a zoo feed them to a snake. Buzz60 While it mightbe common knowledge that Americans will spend billions of dollars this Valentine's Day season celebrating, it is lesser-knownhow Valentine's Day actually came about

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Lisa Faulkner on the loneliness of infertility and why she chose to adopt – Yahoo News UK

From Red Online For actor and TV presenter Lisa Faulkner, the path to becoming a parent was far from smooth. She went through IVF three times with her former partner, suffered an ectopic pregnancy, investigated surrogacy and then decided to adopt after finding out she was infertile

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Home prices along the Wasatch Front grew at a slightly slower rate in late 2019 – Salt Lake Tribune

Home prices along the Wasatch Front slowed some at the end of 2019, following recent years of steady growth. That was likely a temporary lull, though, as experts expect home prices to climb this year. Salt Lake Countys median price for an existing single-family home closed the year at $378,000, higher than the same time in 2018 but down from a high of $381,500 reached over the summer of 2019, according to a report from the Salt Lake Board of Realtors

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India’s population: 1.37 billion and not counting – Down To Earth Magazine

India, like the rest of the world, is intensely debating population explosion.

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Obstetrics and gynaecology congress in Kottayam – The Hindu

The 42nd edition of the All Kerala Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology will begin in Kottayam on February 14.

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Protecting their freedom: ‘The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses’ to premiere at Santa Barbara International Film Festival – Santa Barbara News-Press

Steven Latham will never forget the sight of mustangs running free.

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Kenya Moore reveals a seminar related to infertility for people who need financial assistance with IVF – Up News Info

Kenya Moore really supports couples who want a baby but have trouble having one. She has supported this cause since she herself had terrible problems

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Employees thrive in happy workplaces – Arab News

For the past few years, I have been immersing myself in understanding the Scandinavian secrets to happiness. As a policymaker, their utopian ways of living fascinate me because they have managed to successfully top global rankings in policy areas that matter to us all, such as education, skills, jobs, health care, social services, and well-being.

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My Turn: Allow women to have control over their own bodies – Concord Monitor

Published: 2/3/2020 6:00:22 AM A woman should be free to choose when she would like to have her family. Everything we can do to give women control over their bodies and their fertility enhances their health and changes the world for the better

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Health Budget too meagre to have any impact: IMA – ETHealthworld.com

NEW DELHI: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Sunday termed the health budget as "too meagre to have any impact." According to the association, half of the additional allocation of Rs 6,600 crores (Rs 69,000 crores 2020, Rs 62,398 crores 2019) would be lost in meeting the cost of inflation. Speaking to IANS, IMA national president Doctor Rajan Sharma said: "Deficit financing of Ayushman Bharat continues. Whereas at least Rs 1,60,000 crores are needed to provide effective care under Ayushman Bharat, the money currently provided is gross underfunding of the scheme

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Herbal remedies for the coronavirus spark debate in China – ETHealthworld.com

BEIJING: A claim by Chinese scientists that a liquid made with honeysuckle and flowering plants could help fight the deadly coronavirus has sparked frenzied buying of the traditional medicine, but doubts quickly emerged. As the death toll from the SARS-like pathogen sweeping the country continues to rise, shoppers have swamped pharmacies in search of "Shuanghuanglian".

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For Hungarian couple, prayers and science followed by gift of family – Yahoo News UK

By Krisztina Than KAPOSVAR, Hungary (Reuters) - The Pongracz family, a couple who both serve as Lutheran pastors in western Hungary, consider it God's blessing that they had their first baby after undergoing in-vitro fertilization in 2015. Since their son Lazar was born, they also had twins - a boy and a girl - from a second IVF pregnancy, so their red-brick home attached to their church in a leafy district of Kaposvar is now filled with babies' laughter.

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Budget 2020 saw an increased and enhanced focus on nutrition schemes – ETHealthworld.com

By Samarpita Yashaswini This years budget presented by Finance Minister (FM), Nirmala Sitharaman included many different and interesting fund allocations.

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For Hungarian couple, prayers and science followed by gift of family – Yahoo News

By Krisztina Than KAPOSVAR, Hungary, Jan 31 (Reuters) - The Pongracz family, a couple who both serve as Lutheran pastors in western Hungary, consider it God's blessing that they had their first baby after undergoing in-vitro fertilization in 2015. Since their son Lazar was born, they also had twins - a boy and a girl - from a second IVF pregnancy, so their red-brick home attached to their church in a leafy district of Kaposvar is now filled with babies' laughter. They assist young couples with fertility problems by encouraging them to seek doctors' help if that's the only way.

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Houston biotech company is creating a drug that could fight the coronavirus – InnovationMap

A drug being developed by a Houston biopharmaceutical company eventually could help combat what the World Health Organization has proclaimed a global health emergency. Experiments conducted by clinical-stage biotechnology company Pulmotect Inc. show its PUL-042 inhaled drug has proven effective in protecting mice against two types of coronavirus: severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS)

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More investment in family planning programmes stressed – The News International

More investment in family planning programmes stressed Islamabad : Increased investment in family planning programmes could accelerate Pakistans progress across social, economic and environmental areas of sustainable development.

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Conceived through ‘fertility fraud,’ she now needs fertility treatment – PostBulletin.com

I immediately called my mom and said, Mom, is it possible that I have random siblings out there somewhere?' said Woock, of Indianapolis. She recalled her mom responded, No, why

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Fertility fraud bill advances with help of woman who says she is the product of fertility fraud – 9News.com KUSA

DENVER With an October 9Wants to Know investigation of a Grand Junction doctor still on their minds, Colorado legislators moved Tuesday to criminalize future cases of so-called fertility fraud. On a unanimous vote, the Colorado House Judiciary Committee agreed to send legislation to the full House

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New Bill Would Protect Victims Against ‘Dr. Daddy’s’ And Unexpected Half-Siblings – KLIN

The increase of genetic testing is uncovering a disturbing trend about a growing concern over Doctor Daddys. This is is sexual assault, Bellevue State Senator Carol Blood told KLIN News. The action of someone being aroused and ejaculating and putting his semen in someone else is rape

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Thursday’s papers: Birth rate hope, good jobs and Finland’s war on plastic – YLE News

Consumers shouldn't be too worried about recycling incorrectly, according to Fortum.Image: Pyry Sarkiola / Yle There's hope yet for Finland's plummeting birth rate, reports Swedish-language daily Hufvudstadsbladet. The Finnish Centre for Pensions has published a study suggesting that Finlands fertility rate could begin to rise again if the current downward trend is due to women postponing having children, reports Swedish-language daily Hufvudstadsbladet

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