First baby born with IVF that uses stem cells to pep up old eggs – health – 11 May 2015 – New Scientist: http://t.co/f3plMBqmLS

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http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn27491-first-baby-born-with-ivf-that-uses-stem-cells-to-pep-up-old-eggs.html First baby born with IVF that uses stem cells to pep up old eggs www.newscientist.com … At least, that’s the claim. Zain Rajani’s mother had her eggs ‘rejuvenated’ using mitochondria from her ovarian stem cells. <b>New Scientist</b> looks at the evidence

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Many ask – why test my DNA if I can just fix my sperm by lifestyle changes? Because • There is no benefit to men who don’t need them • Vitamins can potentially harm your sperm and your health if you take too many • It’s a waste of money • It’s a waste of […]

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Marijuana may effect fertility of men #menshealth #fertility #ttc http://t.co/uPlOUorImO

A Fashion Insider On Freezing Her Eggs http://t.co/MuOXK9MyBI via @harpersbazaarus

http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/marijuana-may-affect-fertility-young-men Marijuana May Affect Fertility of Young Men www.iflscience.com Around 40% of infertility cases are due to problems with the size, shape, motility, and/or count of the man’s sperm. A recent study seeking to explore lifestyle factors that may influence sperm morphology discovered that young men who smoked marijuana were more likely lower amounts of […]

Apps becoming a popular way to track fertility – WFSB 3 Connecticut http://t.co/Q78FDMXO6I

http://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/features/a10851/freezing-your-eggs/ A Fashion Insider On Freezing Her Eggs www.harpersbazaar.com Natalie Joos is a girl about town with babies on her mind—and a back-up plan in place.

http://www.wfsb.com/story/29048389/apps-becoming-a-popular-way-to-track-fertility Apps becoming a popular way to track fertility www.wfsb.com It seems there is a cellphone app for everything, even planning for pregnancy.

10 Fertility Red Flags to Look For When Trying to Conceive http://t.co/nZ4KHGgD90

http://www.chicagonow.com/destination-parenthood/2015/05/10-fertility-red-flags-to-look-for-when-trying-to-conceive/ 10 Fertility Red Flags to Look For When Trying to Conceive www.chicagonow.com “When should I see a fertility doctor?” This is a question I am often asked by friends. The answer isn’t easy – knowing when to see a fertility doctor can be complicated. To help navigate this question, here are a few guidelines […]

Sperm grown in lab for the first time, French company claims #sperm #fertility http://t.co/Y7Q28jQQB9

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Fertility data kept from the public – Health Report – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) http://t.co/LPqsnk7uTM

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Fertility woes for career women | TVShows | 3 News www.3news.co.nz The country’s largest private fertility clinic says the number of single women seeking fertility treatment has nearly doubled in two years, as they put their career ahead of having a family.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/healthreport/ivf-fertility-data-kept-from-public/6461218 Fertility data kept from the public www.abc.net.au The Fertility Society of Australia keeps detailed statistics on in vitro fertilisation clinics, including how successful they are at producing live babies. Yet this data is not released to the public – costing millions of dollars to taxpayers, and untold grief to those looking to conceive.