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Northern Ireland anti-abortion group’s ‘misinformation’ about Covid jab causing infertility criticised by WHO – The Irish News

AN anti-abortion group's false claims that the Covid-19 vaccine is linked to infertility have been criticised by the World Health Organisation.

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Breathing polluted air ‘raises risk of infertility by 20%’ – Metro.co.uk

The alarming results came from a study of more than 10,000 couples (Picture: Getty) Air pollution could be a major factor in infertility, scientists have warned. A large study of would-be Chinese parents found that those who live in places with higher concentrations of damaging pollution particles had a 20% higher risk of being infertile.

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ExEm Foam, the only FDA-approved contrast agent for ultrasound tubal patency testing, now available in the US – PRNewswire

"For couples experiencing infertility, we must evaluate a number of different aspects of the reproductive system to determine the root cause. Unfortunately, this evaluation can involve a lengthy process and several uncomfortable procedures," said Professor Mark Hans Emanuel, M.D., Ph.D., Department Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands, and co-inventor of the Foam procedure.

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Boost your fertility with oysters, seaweed and other foods – Krugersdorp News

Have you been left disappointed by negative pregnancy test results for months now (and have ruled out allserious causesof infertility likeendometriosis,PCOS,andhormone imbalance)? If so, it might be time to try a different tactic to make your baby dreams come true.

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Senator Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation Named Among the Most Influential African Woman in the World, as African Woman of the Year 2020, for the…

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Senator, Dr. Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation and Member of Egyptian Senate (2020-2025) has been named one of the Most Influential African Women in the world for 2020 for the third time, as she is nominated this year as African Woman of the Year 2020 by the New African Woman Magazine UK, and Most Influential African Woman 2020 by Avance Media, for her efforts to advocate for women empowerment and healthcare capacity building especially during these challenging times of Coronavirus pandemic. Dr

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There is no credible evidence that shows a link between the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and female infertility – Newswise

Headlines going viral on Facebook and elsewhere on social media are spreading the claim that the COVID-19 vaccine could lead to infertility in women. The claim seems to have originated from a blog called "Health and Money News."The post claims the vaccine contains a spike protein called syncytin-1, "vital for the formation of human placenta in women," that could be targeted by the bodys immune system.There is currently no data to support this claim.

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Infertility Rate In India Is 10 to 14% Where 1 Out Of 6 Couples Are Affected – Punekar News

PUNE 12 February 2021:Commemorating the Sexual & Reproductive Health Day 2021, WeCanConceive, a public awareness initiative and first-of-its-kind infertility support ecosystem has been launched. This platform will provide information about infertility awareness and support for couples having difficulties with infertility, challenges with conception

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A cup of Rooibos a day for good reproductive health – Bedfordview & Edenvale News

Fertility levels worldwide have plunged to a historic low with scientists predicting that by 2025 almost 10 million couples will struggle to conceive.

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For Some Single Women, Pandemic Means Rethinking Route to Motherhood – The Wall Street Journal

Kelli Wheeler always knew she wanted to have children.

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Comment: Now is the time for a public conversation on fair and equitable IVF – Jersey Evening Post

And when it comes to providing financial support for high-level infertility treatment, now Jersey is looking to Scotland, which has one of the best systems in the British Isles for providing fair and equitable treatment to individuals and couples wanting to have a family but struggling to conceive. Its an encouraging aim for our Island to set its sights on such a system, especially when you consider where we are starting from. Currently in Jersey only those with a combined household income of less than 34,000 get any financial help with IVF

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Covid-19 myths and misinformation debunked by the experts – Bournemouth Echo

A host of misinformation surrounding coronavirus continues to spread fear online almost a year since the start of the pandemic. Coronavirus conspiracies continue to circulate on social media with images and videos spreading false information about the virus

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Fertility Answers Response to the Misinformation about the COVID Vaccine and Fertility – FOX 15

LAFAYETTE and BATON ROUGE, LA Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, patients and the public have had questions about the impact of the virus on their health. Similarly, as the rollout of the COVID vaccines progresses, fertility patients have questions about whether the vaccine is right for their individual health needs and their reproductive health, in particular. Misinformation about the COVID- 19 vaccine has led to questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and its impact on fertility

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Mice Sperm Sabotage Other Swimmers With Poison | Smart News – Smithsonian Magazine

Sperm are simple cells with a straightforward job: swim until they reach an egg, then fertilize it. But in mice, some sperm resort to divisive tactics in order to gain the advantage. A study published on February 4 in the journal PLOS Genetics shows that a genetic variation in mouse sperm, called the t-type, can give a swimmer the upper hand.

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Misinformation about COVID vaccine and infertility raises alarm for women – CBS News

New York As widespread misinformation about COVID-19vaccines and infertility took hold on social media, the rumors spread as rapidly as the virus itself and scared some women from getting a shot. Jay Huber, a fertility doctor in New Orleans, is asked daily by his patients if the vaccine causes infertility. He said there's no evidence of that happening.

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Experts address fertility concerns when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine – WFSB

(WFSB) As the nation and state officials push to get more people to take the COVID vaccine, local doctors are dealing with fighting misinformation about its side effects. Particularly, fertility in women and men.

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Busting the coronavirus vaccine myths from causing infertility to containing meat – The Sun

VACCINES have offered a beacon of hope in the darkest days of the Covid pandemic. This time last year, as the crisis began to unfold, they felt like a distant dream.

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CBS News On Women And The Pandemic: Exploring The Unique Impact Of COVID-19 On Women – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) CBS Evening News Anchor and Managing Editor Norah ODonnell joined CBS 2s Irika Sargent on Wednesday to discuss a new series airing this week on the flagship CBS News broadcast that explores the unique impact COVID-19 is having on women. She also discussed her upcoming interview with President Joe Biden which will air this week and on Sunday ahead of Super Bowl LV on CBS.

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OvuSense announces partnership with ExSeed: a complete monitoring solution for the trying to conceive couple – GlobeNewswire

WARWICK, United Kingdom, Feb.

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Vaccinating against the virus: Local health experts address infertility rumors, give insight on variants – WAVY.com

No injuries reported after car crashes into Soaps-N-Suds in Newport NewsNews / 2 hours ago CVS vaccinations: Some report being able to sign up for appointment despite start date being pushed backNews / 4 hours ago Dose of Clarity: How one Williamsburg man tracked down a COVID-19 vaccineNews / 4 hours ago Super Doppler Morning Update (2/9/2021)News / 6 hours ago Repair work scheduled for the 29-year-old Pungo Ferry Bridge; full weekend closures plannedNews / 6 hours ago Isle of Wight returning some students to in-person learning 5 days a weekNews / 11 hours ago Some Newport News students to return to in-person learning Feb. 22News / 11 hours ago Norfolk opening 6 recreation centers to offer in-person vaccine preregistration helpNews / 11 hours ago Suspect identified after woman found dead in Newport News homeNews / 11 hours ago Just let them know that you love them': Family mourns after Chesapeake woman dies in shootingNews / 11 hours ago Police: 2 people shot, 1 believed to be suspect, at Social Security building in Norfolk, VirginiaNews / 11 hours ago CVS pushes back start of Virginia vaccinations, appointments for 65+ onlyNews / 11 hours ago

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Global Female Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment Market 2020 Industry Researc – Business-newsupdate.com

Global Female Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment Market 2020 Industry Research, Review, Growth, Segmentation, Key Players Analysis and Forecast to 2025 This report studies the Female Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment market with many aspects of the industry like the market size, market status, market trends and forecast, the report also provides brief information of the competitors and the specific growth opportunities with key market drivers. Find the complete Female Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment market analysis segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report

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Love is in the air with Oatland wildlife center birds – Savannah Morning News

Eric Swanson| For Savannah Morning News Musician John Paul Young once wrote Love is in the air, everywhere I look around. Love is in the air, every sight and every sound

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7 things Utahns need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine – ABC 4

Utah (ABC4) The COVID-19 vaccine rollout is picking up throughout Utah. Current vaccine doses are available for healthcare workers, long-term care facility staff, residents, first responders, ages 70 and older, and K-12 teachers and school staff. Starting March 1, 2021, COVID-19 vaccines will be made available for Utahns 65 and older as well as those with certain underlying health conditions.

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Women’s Health Diagnostics Market worth $36.6 billion by 2025 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets – PR Newswire UK

CHICAGO, Feb. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --According to the new market research report "Women's Health Diagnostics Market by Application (Biopsy, Cervical & Ovarian Cancer Testing, PAP Smear, HPV, TORCH, Prenatal Testing, Hepatitis, Ultrasound, Obstetrics), End User (Hospitals, Clinics, Home Care), COVID-19 Impact Global Forecast to 2025", published by MarketsandMarkets, the global Women's Health Diagnostics Market is projected to reach USD 36.6 billion by 2025 from USD 25.0 billion in 2020, at a CAGR of 7.9% during the forecast period. In the past decade, the demand for various health diagnostic tests has increased significantly across the globe

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In Orthodox communities where pregnancy is prized, vaccines leave women confused and afraid – Connecticut Jewish Ledger

By Shira Hanau (JTA) For much of the last year, the young mothers of Lakewood, New Jersey, have experienced the pandemic as much as a nuisance as a matter of life and death.

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It’s time to talk about male infertility says Welwyn Garden City dad – In Your Area

Matt O'Malley is now a Dad after successsful treatment at Bourn Hall Submitted by Claire Lynn Matt OMalley from Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire was shocked to discover that it was male factor infertility which was standing in the way of him and his wife Laura having a baby and initially put on a brave face to people around him.

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