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Infertility (INACTIVE)

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  • Same-Sex Newington Parents To Be On 'Ricki Lake'

    Same-Sex Newington Parents To Be On 'Ricki Lake'
    Elise Schreier works in complex claims at The Hartford insurance company. But that's just her day job. At night, she blogs about a subject near to her heart and her home: same-sex parenting. "We struggled with infertility for a number of years. At the...
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  • April 19: Focus on Family - Fashion for Fertility

    April 19: Focus on Family - Fashion for Fertility
    "Fashion for Fertility" Luncheon Saturday April 23 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Four Seasons Hotel Chicago 120 E. Delaware, 7th Floor Chicago $30 per ticket To register and purchase tickets (by April 20): www.fcifashionforgertility.eventbrite.com Silent...
  • Twin pregnancies are a complication in dairy cows.

    For the dairy farmer, the word "twin" may as well be a cuss word. In fact, it is a four letter word, isn't it?     But seriously, few farmers would ever wish that on any of their cows. One might think that twins is two for the price of one, but we all...
  • Free birth control tied to drop in abortions

    Free birth control tied to drop in abortions
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - During a four-year experiment that offered the women of St. Louis, Missouri, free contraceptives - including expensive long-term implants - rates of teen pregnancy and repeat abortions in the area dropped dramatically,...
  • Men's fertility test available for home

    Men's fertility test available for home
    When a couple is struggling to conceive, it's the woman who is usually the first — and often the only one — to be poked, prodded and analyzed, experts say. The burden of figuring out infertility is too often placed on the woman alone....
  • Study ties fertility treatment, birth defect risk

    Test-tube babies have higher rates of birth defects, and doctors have long wondered: Is it because of certain fertility treatments or infertility itself? A large new study from Australia suggests both may play a role. Compared to those conceived...
  • Diocese wants fertilization suit dismissed

    INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indiana diocese asked a federal court on Monday to reject a lawsuit by a former parochial schoolteacher who claims she was fired for violating Roman Catholic doctrine by using in vitro fertilization to try to get pregnant. The...
  • "Frozen egg baby" born to Kansas family

    "Frozen egg baby" born to Kansas family
    She is the first baby born in the metro area and the entire state of Kansas using a frozen egg.  Her name is Morgan Bell and on Wednesday, the infertility doctor who helped make her life possible got to meet her. It was November of last year when Jessica...
  • Women get less information on post-cancer fertility: study

    Women get less information on post-cancer fertility: study
    (Reuters) - Cancer treatment can sometimes lead to infertility, but young women are far less likely than young men to be informed of this, according to a Swedish study. Findings published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology found that of nearly 500...
  • Remarkable Woman: Kelly Weaver

    Remarkable Woman: Kelly Weaver
    As Kelly Weaver walks through the halls of the Alexander Leigh Center for Autism in Crystal Lake (alexanderleighcenterforautism.com), she beams with pride. "We started with one student in my basement back in 2007," says Weaver, the center's executive...
  • Historical novelist to speak at bookstore

    Laguna Beach Books' series of talks by local authors will continue Sept. 9 with Maggie Anton, author of the acclaimed "Rashi's Daughters" trilogy. "The talks are a way to promote local authors," said bookstore owner Jane Hanauer. "It is hard for non-...