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Physical labour, hypertension, and multiple meds may reduce male fertility

A new study suggests that working in a physically demanding job, having high blood pressure, or taking multiple medications may lead to male infertility. The study was conducted at the National Institutes of Health and Stanford University, California. According to the researchers, this study is the first of its kind to examine the relationship between […]

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Tips to ensure healthier sperm

Did you know that a popular fashion trend may contribute to male infertility? Dr. Paul Serhal, Medical Director for the London Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health, and one of the United Kingdom’s leading fertility experts, shares the five most common mistakes that his male patients make when trying to conceive. According to Dr. Serhal, […]

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Financial tips: Can you afford to have a baby?

When deciding if you’re ready to become a parent, the question of whether or not you can afford to have a baby is an important consideration for many individuals and couples. A blog post on Credit.com by Amanda Reaume, provides some suggestions for how to prepare your finances for parenthood. They include: 1. Make a […]

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An aspirin a day may help some women carry their babies to term

For a British couple, an aspirin a day did more than keep the doctor away – it helped them conceive and become parents to son Alfie. After two miscarriages and seven unsuccessful IVF cycles, Sarah and Chris Broadfield were told by their doctors that Sarah’s miscarriages were likely caused by Antiphospholipid syndrome (AS) an rare […]

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