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  • Future fathers: 9 ways to help her get pregnant

    You may not find men poring over pre-pregnancy books, stocking up on the right vitamins and minerals, and avoiding hidden dangers that could harm their baby-to-be. But this kind of male nesting behavior should be more commonplace, says F. Sessions Cole, a neonatal specialist and director of the newborn medicine division at St. Louis Children’s […]

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  • The effect of thyroid disorders on reproductive health

    Thyroid disease can have significant effects on a woman’s reproductive health and screening for women presenting with fertility problems and recurrent early pregnancy loss should be considered, suggests a new review published in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG). The review examines the effect of thyroid disorders on reproductive health and reviews the current evidence on […]

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  • EXHIBIT: ROBOTS 3D!

    What does it take to make a “humanoid” robot – a robot who can do anything we can do but without the benefit of a human brain? This is the challenge for scientists now as they create robots who are becoming eerily like the people who are making them. Fascinating and fun, Robots 3D shows […]

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  • The Effects of caffeine on the Body

    Caffeine travels within the bloodstream and crosses into the placenta. Since it is a stimulant, it can cause your baby’s heart rate and metabolism to increase. Too much caffeine can also cause slowed fetal growth and increase risk of miscarriage. In most cases, a little caffeine is safe during pregnancy. According to the Mayo Clinic, […]

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  • Folic acid saves 1,300 babies each year from serious birth defects of brain, spine

    Fortifying grain foods with the B vitamin folic acid has saved about 1,300 babies every year from being born with serious birth defects of the brain and spine known as neural tube defects (NTDs), according to new data published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in its publication Morbidity and Mortality Weekly […]

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  • Stress-induced infertility may be eliminated by blocking hormone

    The effect of stress on reproduction is thought to be adaptive, preventing new births during times of scarcity or social disruption. Chronic stress can decrease the sex drive in both men and women, but also affect women’s ability to get pregnant and carry a fetus to term. Even the stress of trying to conceive can […]

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  • Genetic Testing

    Our genetic makeup (DNA, chromosomes, genes and proteins) is what makes each of us unique. Many diseases are caused by changes or mutations in certain genes. Genetic testing is performed to identify abnormalities in the genetic makeup of a person, which may cause illness or disease. Genetic testing may be done to: Diagnose genetic conditions […]

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  • Gestation Carrier

    New reproductive techniques have provided many approaches for a couple suffering from infertility to conceive a healthy child. A gestational carrier (GC), also called a gestational surrogate, is one of the options couples can choose. The surrogate is a woman who is not an intended parent, but only carries and delivers a baby for the […]

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  • Women’s fertility linked to detox element in diet

    For the first time, research has shown how much of a critical role the natural antioxidant selenium plays at the earliest stages of a woman’s fertility. “Selenium is an essential trace element found in protein-rich foods like red meat, seafood and nuts. It is important for many biological functions, such as immune response, thyroid hormone […]

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  • Getting Healthy May Improve Men’s Fertility

    Health problems that seem unrelated to men’s fertility — like diabetes or high blood pressure — may damage men’s sperm. And men can take steps that can both improve their overall health and make them more fertile. A new study found that men with defects in their semen were more likely to have high blood […]

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