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Defense bill lets active-duty Marine and Army moms defer deployment for a year after birth – Military Times

The defense bill expected to be signed shortly by President Donald Trump allows active-duty women who give birth to defer deployment up to a year after having a baby. The Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard already have policies that extend yearlong deferrals to their members following childbirth, but the Army and Marine Corps only offer a six-month deferral. The Fiscal 2020 National Defense Authorization Act standardizes the policy, with the stipulation that the service member who wants to stay home must have the approval of a health care provider

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Archaeologists Were Shocked to Find This Golden Pendant of an Ancient Egyptian Goddessin Greece – artnet News

A golden pendant depicting the ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor was found this week in a tomb dated 1500 BCE but it was uncovered in Greece, not Egypt. The unexpected find has illuminated unknown trade connections between ancient Greeces southern city of Pylos and Egypt, just across the Mediterranean Sea.

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How the race for cobalt risks turning it from miracle metal to deadly chemical – The Guardian

If the prophets of technology are to be believed, the best hope for solving the climate crisis is ever more efficient batteries. But the race to produce enough materials for this energy-storage revolution is creating a host of other environmental problems, as cobalt-producing nations like the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia and Cuba are discovering. Lung disease and heart failure have been linked to high levels of this element, while the mines that produce it are blamed for devastated landscapes, water pollution, contaminated crops and a loss of soil fertility

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Cortical Thickness and Obesity; Time Restriction on Eating: It’s PodMed Double T! – MedPage Today

PodMed Double T is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech.

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Oh baby!’ Couple win IVF competition to complete their perfect family – Stoke-on-Trent Live

A family from Stafford are looking forward to their first Christmas as a complete unit after winning an IVF competition and giving birth to their second child. Katie and Jon Foster were desperate to attempt IVF to give their son, two-and-a-half-year-old Elijah, a sibling. But not eligible for NHS funding, the financial implications were too daunting for the couple who have been together almost seven years

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UK supreme court to hear case of woman seeking US surrogacy costs – The Guardian

A long-running legal battle over whether the NHS should pay for a woman to have surrogate children in America after failing to spot her cervical cancer is due to be heard by the UKs highest court.

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Medical News Today: Heavy lifting, shift work might negatively affect girls’s fertility – Wellston Journal

Women who have physically demanding jobs may experience decreased fertility, finds new research by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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9th Annual Streamy Awards Honors Good Mythical Morning As Show Of The Year – Deadline

The results of the 9th Annual Streamy Awards are in, presented tonight live at the Beverly Hilton and streamed worldwide by YouTube. The Streamys honor the best in online entertainment and the creators behind it.

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Deck us all with boughs of holly – Las Cruces Sun-News

Gabriel Rochelle, Path of the Spirit Published 2:29 a.m. MT Dec. 15, 2019 Fr.

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The mystery of Easter Island revealed? – HeritageDaily

Rapa Nui (or Easter Island, as it is commonly known) is home to the enigmatic Moai, stone monoliths that have stood watch over the island landscape for hundreds of years. Their existence is a marvel of human ingenuity and their meaning a source of some mystery.

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Female Infertility Diagnosis & Treatment Market to Record an Exponential CAGR by 2025 – 101Newsindustry

Infertility is the inability of a person to reproduce naturally.

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The First Evidence of ‘Head Cones’ Found in 3,300-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb – Livescience.com

Ancient Egyptians have long been depicted wearing so-called head cones, but until now, archaeologists had no physical evidence of their existence. Now, two such head cones, made of wax, have been discovered on the skulls of two individuals buried about 3,300 years ago at the site of Amarna in Egypt. Between 1550 B.C.

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Food and Beverage News and Trends – Lexology

This regular publication by DLA Piper lawyers focuses on helping clients navigate the ever-changing business, legal and regulatory landscape. GAO issues report calling on FDA to increase its scrutiny of imported seafood. On December 6, the Government Accountability Office an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress issued a new report calling on the FDA to increase its scrutiny of the safety of imported seafood

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Chennai-based poet writes The Rise of Yogamaya – News Today

Vidya with her husband Shankar Chennai: When 2017 was coming to an end, Vidya Shankar had planned for the launch of her first book The Flautist of Brindaranyam, but life had something else in store. She was in for a rude shock. Vidya had to undergo hysterectomy.

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Engaging in conversations about fertility – Healio

Everyone should have kids. They are the greatest joy in the world.

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First HIV+ Sperm Bank Opens in New Zealand | News and Politics – PJ Media

Following closely on the heels of legislation in California decriminalized intentionally transmitting HIV to a partner without their knowledge, a new clinic has popped up in New Zealand that will allow HIV+ men to donate sperm, which is then donated to fertility clinics, the BBC reports.

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Rasha Kelej, the CEO of Merck Foundation makes it to the list of 100 Most Influential Africans 2019, for empowering many women through Merck More Than…

Merck Foundation (www.Merck-Foundation.com) CEO, Rasha Kelej, featured in the list of 100 Most Influential Africans, released by New African Magazine, for poignant Merck More Than a Mother Movement; The campaign has been empowering childless women across Africa and Asia.

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Exposing the Secret Cost of IVF: Heartbreak and a Second Mortgage – Yahoo Finance

Citing the real-life issues infertile couples face when desperate to have children--the cost, the industry exploitation and the heartbreak--one group, The IVF Talks, aims to help with education, guidance and empowerment. LOS ANGELES, Dec. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --As rising numbers of couples and individuals experience infertility and undergo treatment like in-vitro fertilization (IVF), the true costs to their emotional and financial welfare are being chronicled

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Utahs fertility rate falls below replacement level for the first time but theres more to the story – Deseret News

Last week the National Center for Health Statistics released final birth data for 2018.

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More families join lawsuit against Grand Junction doctor accused of using his sperm to inseminate patients – The Denver Post

Five more families have joined a lawsuit against a Grand Junction fertility doctor who allegedly used his sperm instead of anonymous donors to inseminate his patients throughout three decades of practice. The amended lawsuit, filed Nov. 14 in Mesa County District Court, expands the claims against Dr

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Coronation Streets Alan Halsall and Tisha Merry set tongues wagging after shes spotted wearing a fertility b – The Sun

FORMER Corrie actress Tisha Merry has set tongues wagging after being spotted wearing a fertility bracelet. Tisha, who quit the Street in 2017, has been dating Tyrone Dobbs actor Alan Halsall, 36, since the beginning of the year, and is now openly talking about fertility.

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China gene-edited baby experiment ‘may have created unintended mutations’ – The Guardian

The gene editing performed on Chinese twins to immunise them against HIV may have failed and created unintended mutations, scientists have said after the original research was made public for the first time. Excerpts from the manuscript were released by the MIT Technology Review to show how Chinese biophysicist He Jiankui ignored ethical and scientific norms in creating the twins Lula and Nana, whose birth in late 2018 sent shockwaves through the scientific world. He made expansive claims of a medical breakthrough that could control the HIV epidemic, but it was not clear whether it had even been successful in its intended purpose immunising the babies against the virus because the team did not in fact reproduce the gene mutation that confers this resistance

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Brexit Will Bring a Baby Boom, Boris Johnson Promises – The New York Times

LONDON Add this head-scratching prediction to the list of campaign-trail utterances made by Prime Minister Boris Johnson: Brexit is sure to inspire a baby boom if he remains in office. Mr.

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CM Murad Ali Shah vows to bring down fertility rate from 3.6pc to 2.8pc by 2025 – The News International

CM Murad Ali Shah vows to bring down fertility rate from 3.6pc to 2.8pc by 2025 Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Murad Ali Shah has said the current total fertility rate (TFR) of the country is 3.6 and his government is committed to bringing it down to 2.8 by 2025 and later to 2.2 per cent by the year 2030. This he said on Friday while presiding over the 2ndmeeting of the Sindh Population Taskforce at CM House on Friday. The meeting was attended by Minister Health & Population Dr Azra Pechuho, Minister for Labour Saeed Ghani, Minister for Women Development Shahla Raza, Adviser on Social Welfare Aijaz Shah Shirazi, the chairperson of rthe P&D, the secretaries of health and population, school education, information, women development, social welfare, focal person and technical adviser on Costed Implementation Plan (CIP) IP Dr Talib Lashari, CEO PPHI, Shahnaz Wazir Ali, Bayramgul, Garabayeva , head of the UNFPA, Karachi, representative of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and a representative of USAID

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The US fertility rate dropped dropped for the fourth year in a row – INSIDER

People in the United States are having fewer and fewer children, and the impact could be devastating.

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