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Serious Illness From Covid Linked To Infertility Risks …

Some covid misinformation suggests covid vaccines can cause infertility (not true), but now research says the disease itself carries that risk, both to women and men.

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Infertility is not a risk with Covid-19 vaccines for kids …

It's among parents' top worries around kids getting vaccinated against Covid-19: Could the vaccine somehow impair their child's future fertility? A survey released by the Kaiser Family Foundation last week found that 66% of parents of 5- to 11-year-olds worried that vaccines might negatively impact children's fertility later on. Doctors and public health officials are united in assuring parents this is not a concern

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Don’t Believe This Mountain Dew Fertility Myth – Mashed

The rumors about Yellow Dye No. 5 gained a bit of traction in 2009.

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Gynaecologist lists 5 health issues young women must know about – The Indian Express

The physical, mental, and reproductive health of women is equally important.

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How to boost fertility: Expert shares four foods that may help to enhance fertility – Daily Express

Kate Davies, an independent fertility nurse consultant, beamed: "One of the pleasures of Christmas is to be able to enjoy all the wonderful food on offer... [and] some foods that may actually help to boost fertility." Davies elaborated: "Nuts are plentiful this time of year, and as well as being a fabulous protein source, there is much documented about the benefits of walnuts on sperm health." Research published in the peer-reviewed journal, Current Developments in Nutrition, stated walnuts improve "sperm motility and morphology". Another fertility-boosting food to enjoy is cranberry sauce (great alongside turkey), which is packed with vitamin C, E, K1 and manganese

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Rhian Sugden hits back at fans who think shes pregnant after sharing positive Covid test… – The Sun

MODEL Rhian Sugden has hit back at fans who thought she was pregnant after she shared her positive coronavirus test on social media. The former page three girl took to her Instagram stories on Christmas Day to reveal she was in self-isolation after testing positive for Covid-19. 3 3 Rhian, 35, was also forced to isolate over the festive period as she took to Instagram to share a phot of her positive lateral flow test

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A strategy for womens health in England: six areas of focus – The Guardian

A vision document on a strategy for womens health in England will be published by the Department of Health and Social Care on Thursday after nearly 100,000 women came forward to share their healthcare experiences.

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US based International Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research Studies features Ayushaktis Success story on management of Tubal Blockages -…

Published on December 27, 2021 This case study highlights how Ayurveda intervention helped two patients conceive Mumbai : International Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research Studies, a leading US based journal which publishes new ideas has featured two of Ayushaktis patient case studies in their current month issue. Ayushakti, one of the leading and most trusted ayurvedic health centres around the world, based out of Mumbai, treated two patients suffering from Tubal Blockages.

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First They Fought About Masks. Then Over the Soul of the City. – The New York Times

But as the months went by, none of the people he had bought lunch for, or helped get funding for their organizations, stood up for him. A former military member whom he counted as a friend even joined the Enid Freedom Fighters. He felt as if he were living in a town that no longer recognized him.

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What is a tubal infection and how can it cause infertility? – The Indian Express

One of the leading causes of infertility in women is tubal disease which could be blockage of tubes, infection or inflammation of fallopian tubes. Salpingitis or tubal infection is an infection that causes inflammation in the fallopian tubes and reproductive organs.

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Fossil fuels may be linked to fall in sperm counts, fertility | TheHill – The Hill

A substantial drop in fertility rates over the past half century could be the linked to pollution from the burning of fossil fuels and the migration of chemicals, oil and plastics into virtually all components of modern life, according to a study in the science journal Nature. The past five decades have seen a precipitouschange in various reproductive indicators in industrialized countries from falling sperm count and quality, a steady rise in testicular cancers, an increasing frequency with which pregnancies are lost, andincreased rates of infertility requiring various forms of artificial insemination

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RMA of New York Opens State-of-the-Art IVF Laboratory in Brooklyn, expanding access to fertility care to New York’s most populous county – PRNewswire

For the past 10 years, RMA of New York had served the Brooklyn community at a satellite office in downtown Brooklyn.

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‘I tried to fall pregnant for 16 years. This is what I learned about infertility.’ – Mamamia

Comparing yourself to others will only make you feel insecure, stay in your own lane and practice love over fear every day. Stand up and be proud of yourself as you may not have followed the status quo of instant reproduction. And know that it is okay.

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Equilibrium/Sustainability India seeks to break China’s lock on solar | TheHill – The Hill

Today is Wednesday. Welcome to Equilibrium, a newsletter that tracks the growing global battle over the future of sustainability. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup.

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How are you doing? Campus looks at the well-being of ART children and ART patients – ESHRE

A Campus workshop on the long-term impact of ART on the physical and psycho-social well-being of patients and children conceived through ART was held online in December; updates, from different perspectives, were largely reassuring. Assisted reproduction is not harmful to the psychological or physical development of children or their families. This was the reassuring message from a Campus meeting held online in December, although any strong conclusions behind the message are not easily drawn because of small sample sizes in studies and a lack of longitudinal data

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Fertility expert calls for Govt to fund IVF treatment – RTE.ie

The lack of publicly funded IVF treatment in Ireland is a "disgrace", according to a leading fertility expert. Professor Mary Wingfield from Dublin's Merrion Clinic was speaking ahead of the launch of the European Fertility Atlas report today. It comprises an online interactive map that scores European countries over access to fertility treatments

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Brookeside Agra will showcase innovative products at IPPE – DVM 360

Discover the details of these all-natural, antibiotic-free products.

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Ginger from Farmyard to Town: Nutritional and Pharmacological Applications – DocWire News

Front Pharmacol. 2021 Nov 26;12:779352

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Patients’ views of delayed fertility care during the COVID-19 pandemic as a conception catastrophe: the experience of U.S. FertilityIQ users – DocWire…

J Psychosom Obstet Gynaecol. 2021 Dec 10:1-7. doi: 10.1080/0167482X.2021.2011855.

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‘Deadly carrot’ compound may be effective against SARS-CoV-2 – Medical News Today

The success of the vaccination program in the fight against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is being hampered by the virus continually mutating.

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Health professionals at faculty of medicine receive Michael Smith Health Research BC funding – UBC Faculty of Medicine

By Digital Comms | December 15, 2021 UBC faculty of medicine health professionals are among the recipients of Michael Smith Health Research BC funding for 2021. Fifteen projects were funded through the Health Professional-Investigator (HP-I) Program

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Infertility – World Health Organization

What causes infertility? Infertility may be caused by a number of different factors, in either the male or female reproductive systems. However, it is sometimes not possible to explain the causes of infertility.

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A new breakthrough for treatment of male infertility

UGA study first to develop sperm cells from primate cells With global rates of male infertility continuing to rise, a new study in spermatogonial stem cell research led by researchers at the University of Georgia provides hope for future clinical therapies. The study, which was published recently in Fertility and Sterility Science, is the first to show that functional sperm cells can be made in a dish using primate embryonic stem cells. This is a major breakthrough towards producing stem cell-based therapies to treat male infertility in cases where the men do not produce any viable sperm cells, said lead researcher Charles Easley, an associate professor in UGAs College of Public Health

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Gestational surrogacy for Ohio and Michigan couples could be the answer to infertility woes – WTOL

Infertility affects many U.S. couples

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This proposed bill could lower the cost of infertility – FOX 25/48 – WiProud.com

Posted: Nov 2, 2021 / 09:04 AM CDT / Updated: Nov 2, 2021 / 09:04 AM CDT (WLAX/WEUX) -People living in the Badger State and struggling with infertility could get some help if a proposed bill passes. The Wisconsin Building Families Act was introduced on Monday by state senator Kelda Roys and state representative Jodi Emerson. We know that infertility is a problem that thousands of Wisconsinites struggle from and too often many of them struggle in silence because of the shame and stigma surrounding infertility Said Roys

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