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More Young Women Getting Fertility Checkups

CBS Chicago (con't) Affordable Care Act Updates: CBSChicago.com/ACA Health News & Information: CBSChicago.com/Health (CBS) You may not even be thinking of having a baby yet, but if youre in your 20s maybe you should start thinking about and planning for that bundle of joy now. CBS 2s Roseanne Tellez tells you why in Healthwatch.

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Gems, Stones and,Crystals for Increasing Fertility …

Gems, Stones and Crystals for Increasing Fertility / Best fertility braceletsfertility gemstonesstones for fertility / 9 Comments Moonstoneis a great gemstone for fertility! It has a reflective and calming energy by balancing emotions due to stress and anxiety. Itis said to have the power to grant wishes. Moonstone is often used for fertility and infertility as it is said to regulate a womans menstrual cycle and boost female energy.

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Fertility Musings, Questions & Answers and News

A while ago, I sent my internet friend, Bea, a list of books I enjoy reading to my kids. I've decided to share them here as well, since I am really picky and I would have loved to find recommendations like this all in one place

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5 babies, naturally?

Published January 19, 2015 A premature infant in the NICU.

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Molly Sims says fertility smoothie helped her get pregnant

Model and actress Molly Sims is convinced a "fertility shake" helped her experience motherhood for the second time after struggling to conceive a child with husband Scott Stuber. The former Maxim Sexiest Woman in the World regular fell pregnant with her first child, Brooks, on her honeymoon in September, 2011, but conceiving again proved difficult until Sims, 41, turned to her doula for a little advice and she turned her on to a nutritional drink that helps prepare the body for pregnancy

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Molly Sims: 'Fertility Smoothie Helped Me Get Pregnant'

Model and actress Molly Sims is convinced a "fertility shake" helped her experience motherhood for the second time after struggling to conceive a child with husband Scott Stuber. The former Maxim Sexiest Woman in the World regular fell pregnant with her first child, Brooks, on her honeymoon in September, 2011, but conceiving again proved difficult until Sims turned to her doula for a little advice - and she turned her on to a nutritional drink that helps prepare the body for pregnancy.

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Ovia Fertility and Ovulation

Ovia Fertility Tracker by Ovuline is the #1 most accurate free fertility tracking app, helping users conceive up to 3x faster than the national average. Our fertility predictor is based on proprietary algorithms to track your menstrual cycle and best project your exact ovulation and fertile window.Ovia Fertility is much more than a period diary or fertility calendar, as it exceeds traditional methods, such as fertility charting and ovulation calendars, because it is the only tracker that learns your unique menstrual cycle and makes customized predictions based on the personal information you share.

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Modifying gene may be solution to female infertility, study finds

Published January 13, 2015 Stress has been known to prevent fertility and cause miscarriages, but scientists have now shown that knocking down a single gene may be able to offset these effects. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley conducted the study on rats. According to a news release, the study authors are the first to analyze the link among the molecular bases of fertility, sex drive and stress

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Study on test-tube fertility procedures finds complications uncommon for women

Published January 06, 2015 Reuters file photo shows a doctor injecting sperm directly into an egg during an in-vitro fertilization procedure.(Reuters) CHICAGO A nationwide study has good news for women undergoing test-tube fertility procedures.

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Trying for a baby? Risks from fertility procedures rare, study says

Complications are uncommon for women undergoing test-tube fertility procedures: A new 12-year U.S. study shows the most frequent involve drugs used to stimulate ovaries, but it suggests problems are rarely fatal. Over-stimulated ovaries occurred in 154 out of every 10,000 pregnancy attempts; rates of other complications were less than 10 per 10,000 attempts

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IVF mothers screened for disease gave birth to babies with genetic defects… after horror mix-up at fertility lab

Both mothers went to same clinic to ensure they did not pass on life-limiting illnesses But a mix-up happened at lab used by CARE Fertility Nottingham IVF clinic One had wanted to screen out serious blood disorder, sickle cell anaemia Other patient wanted to stop her child from developing neurofibromatosis But both women became pregnant and gave birth to babies who had these illnesses The fertility watchdog has damned the incidents as grade A errors By Sanchez Manning And Jo Macfarlane For The Mail On Sunday Published: 17:03 EST, 3 January 2015 | Updated: 20:50 EST, 3 January 2015 70 shares 101 View comments Two babies were born with incurable diseases after shocking blunders in IVF treatment that should have screened out the dangerous inherited conditions. Both mothers had gone to the same clinic to ensure they did not pass on life-limiting illnesses that ran in their families.

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Why did some Indonesian women bear more children after the 2004 tsunami?

Years after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, researchers found an increase in the fertility rate.

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Biz News: New pet-care facility offers 'play-cations'

Dr. Boyd's Pet Resort, a grooming, day care, veterinary, training and boarding facility in Irvine, celebrated its grand opening Dec. 15.

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NEWS: Nunavuts economy looks strong for 2015: report

NEWS: NunavutDecember 18, 2014 - 12:34 pm NUNATSIAQ NEWS Your holidays may look merry and bright, and now so does Nunavuts economic outlook for the upcoming year. A new forecast published by the Conference Board of Canadas Centre for the North predicts that the Nunavuts economy will grow by 6.8 per cent in 2015, thanks to a number of mining projects moving into both construction and production. Thats big growth compared to 2014, when the Centre for the North forecasted just 1.9 per cent growth

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Complete Fertility Centre Southampton News

University of Southampton to study if 'Mediterranean diet' could help couples using IVF Scientists in Southampton are launching a trial to establish whether a Mediterranean diet could help boost the fertility of couples undergoing IVF. Fertility experts in the city are examining the use of omega-3 fish oil and vitamin D in diets taken six weeks prior to in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment - known as the preconception period. Read more...

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Poor Sperm Quality May Signal Health Issues, Study Finds

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Dec. 10, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Defects in sperm within semen may be linked to a variety of health problems, including high blood pressure, heart disease, and skin and glandular disorders, a new study suggests

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Fracking chemicals 'may affect fertility'

Researchers in the US have found that many of the 750 or so chemicals used in fracking are associated with fertility and developmental problems. Scientists fear fracking chemicals could contaminate air, water and soil, and expose workers and residents to the substances

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No Link Seen Between Celiac Disease, Infertility

Posted: Wednesday, December 10, 2014, 2:00 AM TUESDAY, Dec. 9, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Most women with celiac disease are not at increased risk for fertility problems, new research contends

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Theatre News: Theatre503 announces Spring 2015 season

Shakespeare's Globe announces new Globe ... THEATRE NEWS The season celebrates new writing from across the globe Theatre503 has announced its new Spring season, featuring new writing from across the globe. The first production in the season will be The Empty Frame, running from 20-24 January 2015, based on writer Sophie Besse's own experience in a fertility clinic.

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Mother-of-four who has never used fertility drugs is expecting two more

By MailOnline Reporter Published: 16:21 EST, 9 December 2014 | Updated: 19:22 EST, 9 December 2014 A West Virginia mother-of-four who gave birth to triplets last year has found out she is now pregnant with twins. Megan Haggerty naturally conceived triplets (sons, Clyde, Matthew and Thomas) and her two-year-old daughter with finance Clyde Bodge, who also has three children from a previous marriage -- girls aged six, eight, and 10

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Trans life: becoming an uncle hasn't triggered the broodiness I feared

Thrilled to be an uncle Fred with his niece. I am newly an uncle and its awesome. Yet I owe my darling niece an apology

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IVF treatment to be offered to couples in Vale of York

COUPLES in the Vale of York have finally won access to fertility treatment on the NHS. Health chiefs at NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) received the green light from its Governing Body today to press ahead with plans to provide IVF

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A novel role for Ranbp9 in regulating alternative splicing in spermatogenic cells

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 4-Dec-2014 Contact: Wei Yan wyan@medicine.nevada.edu PLOS Highly expressed in the testis, a gene named Ranbp9 has been found to play a critical role in male fertility by controlling the correct expression of thousands of genes required for successful sperm production. A group of researchers led by Professor Wei Yan, at the University of Nevada School of Medicine has discovered that a loss of function of Ranbp9 leads to severely reduced male fertility due to disruptions in sperm development.

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Today Shows Bobbie Thomas Reveals IVF Success: Shes Pregnant

Getty Bobbie Thomas, 39, was thrilled to announce that her latest fertility treatment was a success: shes pregnant! The Today Show Style Editor and her husband, Michael Marion, happily announced the news on Dec.

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Review of 90 studies confirms that men's sperm quality declines with age

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 30-Nov-2014 Contact: Sheri Johnson sheri.johnson@otago.ac.nz University of Otago @otago Conflicting evidence about the extent to which men's semen quality declines with age--likely lowering their fertility--is being cleared up by new University of Otago, New Zealand, research that has collated and reviewed data from 90 previous studies from around the world. After conducting a systematic review and meta-analysis of the studies' data, researchers from the University's Departments of Zoology and Anatomy found consistent age-related declines in semen volume and sperm performance and increases in malformed and DNA-damaged sperm

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