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Age of sperm donor may not affect infertility treatment success, study shows

Despite evidence indicating that sperm quality declines as men age, a new study shows that a sperm donors age doesnt affect the success rates of infertility treatments utilizing donor sperm, Healthy Day News reported. In a study presented at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, in Munich, Germany, researchers analyzed the outcomes of more than 39,000 fertility treatment cycles utilizing donated sperm. The study only examined first rounds of treatment and involved patients receiving either in-vitro fertilization (IVF) or donor insemination

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Sperm donor age may not affect infertility treatment success

MONDAY, June 30, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A sperm donor's age doesn't affect the chances of a live birth resulting from fertility treatments using donor sperm, a new study says. There is emerging evidence that sperm quality declines as men age. However, the new study's findings support previous research showing that a couple's chances of having children are much more dependent on the age of the female than of the male, researchers said

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Number of Mirena Lawsuits Filed in New Jersey Court Reaches 800, Notes Hissey Kientz, LLP

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) June 30, 2014 According to court documents, at least 811 Mirena claims have now been filed in New Jerseys Bergen County Superior Court, notes Hissey Kientz, LLP.

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Having twins? 11 tips for a healthy pregnancy

As more women wait to start their families or turn to infertility treatments, more and more women are finding themselves pregnant with twins.

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'Inconceivable' mom: After infertility, IVF mistake and surrogacy, I'm pregnant… naturally!

Carolyn Savage thought she'd seen it all. After struggling with infertility, she turned to IVF, and the results made headlines

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Tokyo lawmaker apologizes for shouting sexist remark at female counterpart

Tokyo city assembly lawmaker Akihiro Suzuki (R) bows to apologize to female lawmaker Ayaka Shiomura at Tokyo Metropolitan City Hall in Tokyo, in this photo taken by Kyodo June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Kyodo TOKYO -- A Tokyo city assemblyman apologized Monday for shouting out a sexist remark at a female counterpart last week - but denied he meant to insult her. Akihiro Suzuki, 51, reversed his earlier denial and came forward five days after officials scrambled to identify the voices heard during Ayaka Shiomura's presentation on issues such as infertility, maternal support and delaying marriage during an assembly session Wednesday

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What you need to know for Tuesday in Toronto: News, weather and headlines

In the news: More girls, women and boys have been abducted in northeast Nigeria by extremists, according to the Associated Press. Kathleen Wynne is expected to unveil a new cabinet today and World Pride continues across the city. World Cup games today: Costa Rica vs

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UFC fighter Chael Sonnen retires after drug test flub

Chael Sonnen, seen here during an April 2012 press conference for his fight with Anderson Silva, has announced his retirement after failing an out-of-competition performance enhancing drugs test. Photo by Antonio Lacerda/EPA MANILA, Philippines - Days after news broke that he had failed a random drug test last month in Las Vegas, UFC fighter Chael Sonnen is hanging his gloves following 17 years in mixed martial arts. Sonnen broke the news from his analysts chair during the latest edition of UFC Tonight on Thursday morning (PHI Time)

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Bayer Seeks Removal of North Carolina Mirena IUD Lawsuit to Federal Court, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports

New York, New York (PRWEB) June 13, 2014 As Mirena IUD lawsuits (http://www.themirenalawsuitcenter.com/) continue to mount in courts around the U.S., Bernstein Liebhard LLP notes that Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals has filed a motion seeking to have a Mirena lawsuit originally filed in North Carolinas Cleveland County Court moved to the federal court system. The complaint, which alleges the Plaintiff was forced to undergo Mirena removal surgery after the IUD spontaneously migrated and became embedded in her uterus, was filed in the state court on April 29, 2014.. (Case No.

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Wednesday June 4th on The Morning News

Its a challenge facing one in six couples yet many experiencing infertility suffer in silence. At 6:45 we get the conversation started about the medical issue and current lack of public funding. We chat with Dr

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AP Top News at 11:59 p.m. EDT

WASHINGTON (AP) An American from Florida launched a suicide bombing against Syrian government troops earlier this week in what is believed to be the first time a U.S. citizen has been involved in such attacks since the start of the Syrian civil war, U.S. officials said Friday.

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Coming up on the Weekend Morning News

Saturday We wrap up Infertility Awareness Week, chatting with expectant mother Merewyn Hines. She has set out on her IVF journey alone and will explain what its been like struggling with fertility on her own. Our Saturday Chef Cullin David from Calabash Bistro is making a Caribbean dish from his new brunch menu

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What Is Infertility? What Causes Infertility? How Is …

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BLOG: Morning News Rewind May 27

; With inactivity running rampant among children, Candace Bloomquist looks at the reasons why and offers tips on how to get children more active. On Tuesdays Morning News, Kevin finds out about an upcoming mine rescue competition and inactive children while Jessica chatted with Dr. Alison Case about infertility in Saskatchewan and a possible partnership between the city and the YMCA for a new recreational facility

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FOX News Anchor Reveals Infertility Struggle: Health: Self.com

"Like a lot of women I thought, When it's time, I guess I'll just have a baby. We are not well educated about fertility.

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Sperm, Semen Defects May Be Linked to Shorter Life Spans

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, May 16, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Men rendered infertile due to defects in their semen and sperm are more likely to die early than men with normal semen, new research suggests. Over a period of about eight years, men with two or more abnormalities in their semen had a risk of death that was more than double that of men with healthy semen, researchers reported in the May 16 online issue of Human Reproduction. Knowing this, doctors who treat men for infertility should advise them to adopt healthy habits that might boost their survival, said lead author Dr.

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Male Infertility Right Up There with Smoking, Diabetes as Death Risk

E-mail this page to a friend! Health & Medicine for Senior Citizens Male Infertility Right Up There with Smoking, Diabetes as Death Risk Stanford study finds two abnormalities in semen equals doubled mortality risk in 8 years May 16, 2014 Most of us are aware that smoking and diabetes double our risk of death. Now, you can add a third to this deadly list defective semen.

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Male infertility linked to mortality in study led by Stanford researcher

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 16-May-2014 Contact: Bruce Goldman goldmanb@stanford.edu 650-725-2106 Stanford University Medical Center STANFORD, Calif. Men who are infertile because of defects in their semen appear to be at increased risk of dying sooner than men with normal semen, according to a study led by a researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine

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Study: Chemical in common household items may cause infertility problems

Chemicals known as endocrine disruptors, commonly found in our food and products such as makeup, sunscreen and toothpaste, have been shown to cause fertility problems.

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Jaime King Opens Up About Her Infertility Struggles: I Spent 4 Years Trying to Get Pregnant

Giving birth is an extraordinary time for any mother, but for Jaime King, her pregnancy took on an extra special meaning. Why

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CDC Targets 5 Parasitic Infections

Posted: Thursday, May 8, 2014, 12:00 PM THURSDAY, May 8, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Five types of parasitic infections have just been labeled priorities for public health action by U.S. health officials. "Parasitic infections affect millions around the world causing seizures, blindness, infertility, heart failure, and even death," Dr.

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Male infertility is 'invisible', says Cambridge University sociologist Liberty Barnes in new book

Cambridge News Follow us on Friday 2 May 2014 6:35 PM Written byCHRIS ELLIOTT Men suffering from infertility are being failed by the medical profession, a Cambridge expert claims. While female difficulties with conception are much-discussed, male problems are often hidden away and not mentioned - and some men end up being given the wrong treatments. The claims have been made in a book published today by Dr Liberty Barnes, from Cambridge Universitys Department of Sociology.

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Infertile Women Want More Support From Family And Friends

[ Watch The Video: Study Shows Infertile Women Want More Support ] Amy Mattson, The University of Iowa Many women coping with infertility count on relatives or close friends for encouragement and assistance. But according to research at the University of Iowa, when it comes to support, women may not be receiving enoughor even the right kind.

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Infertile Women Want More Support

Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise Many women coping with infertility count on relatives or close friends for encouragement and assistance. But according to research at the University of Iowa, when it comes to support, women may not be receiving enoughor even the right kind

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