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Pregnant or worried about infertility? Get vaccinated against COVID-19 – The Conversation US

As the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 surges across the U.S., almost 1 in 5 Americans continue to resist getting shots that are widely available, safe and effective particularly for preventing the most severe outcomes of the virus. While people have many different justifications for not getting the shot, one particularly insidious bit of pseudoscience has surfaced. It is routinely invoked in the contentious debate over vaccine policy in the U.S

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Infertility researchers in Montreal are working to improve the quality of eggs – CTV News Montreal

MONTREAL -- Montreal researchers say they have found a breakthrough when it comes to the difficulties older people can face in conceiving a child. Researchers at the Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier de l'Universit de Montral (CR-CHUM) laboratory have identified small chromosomes that are 'slower' than others and are working to improve the quality of eggs for women trying to become pregnant. Its a common problem: nearly one in six Canadian couples is affected by infertility.

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Exclusive: Myths and Facts about Male Reproductive Health and Infertility – Zee News

In India and around the world, the topic of male reproductive health is not usually broached.

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As kids head back to school, UB physicians say it’s more critical than ever for pregnant women to get vaccinated against COVID-19 – UB News Center

BUFFALO, N.Y. More than 60% of adults in the U.S. have now been fully vaccinated

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INVO (INVO) falls 0.75% in Light Trading on August 25 – Equities.com

Last Price$ Last TradeChange$ Change Percent %Open$ Prev Close$ High$ low$ 52 Week High$ 52 Week Low$ Market CapPE RatioVolumeExchange INVO - Market Data & News INVO Bioscience Inc (NASDAQ: INVO) fell to close at $3.95 Wednesday after losing $0.03 (0.75%) on volume of 18,147 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $3.98 to a low of $3.94 while INVOs market cap now stands at $41,352,688

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WHO says Covid misinformation is a major factor driving pandemic around the world – CNBC

RT: Maria Van Kerkhove, Head a.i. Emerging Diseases and Zoonosis at the World Health Organization (WHO), speaks during a news conference on the situation of the coronavirus at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, January 29, 2020. Denis Balibouse | Reuters A top World Health Organization official said Tuesday that misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines is keeping people from getting the shots, driving an increase in cases around the world.

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The Truth About COVID-19 Vaccines and Infertility – Baptist Health South Florida

Among the many things the pandemic has taught us?

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What are some of the early indications of infertility? – The Indian Express

Infertility means a couples inability to conceive naturally, even after one year of unprotected sexual cohabitation. It affects many couples around the world, but there also are treatment options available. According to Dr Sudip Basu, gynecologist and infertility expert at Srishti Infertility Clinic, Kolkata, the causes of infertility in women can be many, like ovulation disorders, damage in the fallopian tube, endometriosis, uterine or cervical causes and so on.

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Who Is Most Susceptible To COVID Misinformation? – wgbh.org

Researchers with The COVID States Project asked 20,000 people across the nation about whether they believe four debunked claims about COVID vaccines: That the shots alter DNA, implant trackable microchips, cause infertility or contain tissue from aborted fetuses. The results? Twenty percent said they believe at least one of the claims and more than half weren't certain about one or more.

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Local fertility clinic hosting first-ever patient reunion in Idaho Falls – East Idaho News

Idaho Fertility Center staff create the acronym, IFC outside the clinic in June 2020. | Courtesy Idaho Fertility Center Facebook page IDAHO FALLS Bringing a child into the world is one of the most joyful things a couple can experience. But for those who struggle to have children, it can be one of the more distressing things.

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ESPN Nicole Briscoe Overcame 10 Years of Infertility and Countless Miscarriages to Become a Mother-of-2 – AmoMama

Nicole Briscoe has gone through the worst experience of becoming a mom. She and her husband tried to conceive for over a year, and the road has been a rollercoaster ride for the couple

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Women Worry Covid-19 Vaccine Will Cause Infertility; Doctors Say That’s A Myth – WEVV

For months, rumors on social media about the Covid-19 vaccine making woman infertile have run rampant, instilling fear in countless young women. "People are like, 'Well if I get the vaccine, I won't be able to get pregnant,'" said Ashley Libbert, the supervisor of Clinical Nursing at the Vanderburgh County Health Department

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funded study discovers gene involved in male infertility – National Institutes of Health

Media Advisory Thursday, August 5, 2021 Mutation in a single gene appears to account for a form of male infertility in which men fail to produce sperm, according to an international study funded in part by the National Institutes of Health. Males with the condition, known as non-obstructive azoospermia, fail to produce any sperm, even though they do not have any obstruction in the ducts through which sperm are released. The gene, PNLDC1, codes for an enzyme that processes a class of non-coding ribonucleic acids (RNA) so they can function.

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COVID-19 and men’s health: What we know so far – Urology Times

Studies are beginning to suggest that COVID-19s impact on mens health might go beyond the lungs, heart, and kidneys. According to recently published studies, having COVID-19 could have lasting impacts on fertility and sexual function. Ranjith Ramasamy, MD, associate professor and director of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicines Reproductive Urology Program, is uncovering what he says are clear links between COVID-19 infection and mens sexual health.

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The Remains Of A Warrior Found In Finland May Have Had Klinefelter Syndrome – NPR

A reconstruction drawing of the Suontaka grave from 1,000 years ago and that is now thought to be the final resting place of a nonbinary warrior. Veronika Paschenko/University of Turku hide caption A reconstruction drawing of the Suontaka grave from 1,000 years ago and that is now thought to be the final resting place of a nonbinary warrior.

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Young North Kansas City mother dies of COVID-19 after giving birth – fox4kc.com

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. The family of a young North Kansas City mother who died of COVID-19 hope pregnant women will get the vaccine.

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North America Infertility Testing and Treatment Market Report 2021-2028: Technology Advancements in Time-Lapse Technology & Advances in Embryo…

DUBLIN, July 14, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "North America Infertility Testing and Treatment Market 2021-2028" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. North America infertility testing and treatment market is anticipated to garner a CAGR of 10.00% through the years 2021-2028.

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Innovations in infertility: a comprehensive analysis of the ClinicalTrials.gov database – DocWire News

This article was originally published here Fertil Steril. 2021 Jul 10:S0015-0282(21)00507-0. doi: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2021.06.013

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MedAnswers and Organic Conceptions Ink Partnership to Deliver Emotional Health Insights to the FertilityAnswers App Community – GlobeNewswire

LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK, July 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Venture-backed health impact startup, MedAnswers, today announced that it has partnered with Organic Conceptions, an emotional health and wellness company for those challenged by fertility issues. Through the FertilityAnswers mobile application, MedAnswers now provides the clinically validated survey, FertiQol, to its patient health profile to assess its users emotional wellness and quality of life as it relates to their ability to cope with struggling to have a baby. With its robust data analytics MedAnswers provides a customized, emotional health insight report to its community of highly-engaged fertility users based on their FertilQol survey results

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Ghaziabad woman gives birth to not 1 but 4 children via IVF; family overjoyed – Hindustan Times

A woman in Uttar Pradeshs Ghaziabad has given birth to four children together at a private hospital in the city. Among them, three are boys and the fourth is a girl, according to an Aaj Tak report

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Cancer News: Latest Developments in Cancer Research and Treatment for June – Everyday Health

News breaks in the cancer arena all the time. Sometimes its big like word that a breakthrough drug has increased survival for a hard-to-treat cancer

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Four sexual health problems for which you need to pay a visit to your andrologist – The Indian Express

When it comes to sexual health problems for men, many feel apprehensive about booking an appointment with their doctor. But doctors insist they take their sexual health seriously, for it is ultimately linked to mental and physical health

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Ending the misconceptions about male infertility – Cowra Guardian

Most of us know - or have heard about - someone who has had trouble conceiving a baby. In fact, one in six Australian couples experience fertility challenges

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From A to Z on NFP – Arlington Catholic Herald

This year, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops marksJuly 25-31 as Natural Family Planning Awareness Week

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Forum: No guarantee egg freezing will produce a viable pregnancy – The Straits Times

Ms Malavika Menon seems to favour a rethink of current policies on non-medical reasons for egg freezing (Dilemma of social egg freezing for women in Singapore, July 11). Those in favour of social egg freezing seem to think that women should no longer be punished with childlessness for not finding a partner, and should not feel pressured into a relationship because of their declining fertility. It is natural for women in their 20s to worry that their biological clock might run out of time.

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