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Instagram star and personal trainer Anna Victoria recently opened up on her YouTube blog about her struggles with infertility. She and her husband Luca has been trying to conceive for much of 2018-- and after that long year-- she decided to open up to her legions of fans...read more
A study published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology has shown a link between childhood stress and women’s fertility. This is interesting because it shows that events endured by women as children seem to have an effect on their ability to become pregnant...read more
Compared to other recommended vaccine for adolescents, HPV administration lags in coverage rates compared to other vaccines like Tdap and meningitis. Estimates from 2016 on national coverage find that while 65% of females 13-17 years old were given at least one HPV vaccine, only 49.5 % were up to date with the series.read more
According to a recently published article in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, women who undergo fertility treatment-- specifically IVF treatment-- showed a slightly higher risk of developing some kind of pregnancy complication...read more
Most university students are not thinking about starting a family right now-- but they would like to one day. First they would like to complete their degree and get out in the real world to make some money...read more
In a study done by researchers at Penn State University, zinc deficiency has been found to impact the development of egg cells. It is important for couples struggling with infertility to be aware of this...read more
Breastfeeding and the duration breastfeeding is sustained with a woman’s first child has a measured impact on whether the woman will have more children. A study has found that women who breastfeed their first child for five months or longer are more likely to have three or more children, and less likely to have only one child, than women who breastfeed for shorter durations or not at all...read more
In a study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology has discovered a link between stress levels and female fertility. Since everyone experiences some level of stress in their everyday lives, this does not come as great news to couples trying to conceive...read more
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