If you've been trying to find an alternative to the now-Nestle owned Garden of Life products, this may be exactly what you're looking for...The first supplement company officially certified to be free from Monsanto's glyphosate: ... See MoreSee Less
If you've been trying to find an alternative to the now-Nestle owned Garden of Life products, this may be exactly what you're looking for...The first supplement company officially certified to be free from Monsanto's glyphosate:
Mothers who frequently took acetaminophen (Tylenol) while pregnant were ~six times more likely to have a girl with language delays compared to mothers that took none. Frequently was defined as more than 6 times during pregnancy.
Interestingly, there was no effect on language skills on male babies. This study is also consistent with research that has shown a link between mothers who use acetaminophen in pregnancy and children with decreased IQs or increased rates of communication problems, and higher rates of ADHD in children.
The CDC estimates that 65% of pregnant women in the United States use acetaminophen while pregnant. While this study does not establish causality...this association seems to warrant future investigations on the effects of frequent use of acetaminophen during pregnancy. ... See MoreSee Less
One active ingredient in antimicrobial products is easily absorbed into the skin. Once absorbed by the body, it can interfere with hormones, affect male fertility, and increase the risk of breast cancer.
Cell Phone Radiation Risks: California Issues Groundbreaking Guidelines
This week, California officially issued groundbreaking guidelines advising cell phone users to keep phones away from their bodies and limit use when reception is weak. State officials caution that studies link radiation from long-term cell phone use to an increased risk of brain cancer, lower sperm counts and other health problems, and note that children's developing brains could be at greater risk.
SACRAMENTO — For years, state health officials kept secret a set of guidelines meant to inform the public about the risks associated with cell phone use and the best practices to avoid potential harm. On Thursday, the California Department of Public Health released the guidelines, which advise cel...
Is insurance coverage of in vitro fertilization broken? Some experts say yes via CNBC: goo.gl/9gQDGm
"People do not choose to be infertile, any more than they choose to have lung disease or heart diease, or any of these other diseases. It's not really preventable..." Dr. Ricard Paulson, President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
My wife and I donate to the Baby Quest a non-profit foundation. Baby Quest covers the cost of IVFs and other expenses associated with IVF. The founder started Baby Quest when her own daughter had a very challenging time conceiving. As a Fertility Coach, I know of families who have benefitted from Baby Quest and hope to raise awareness so that others can too. Please share with those who could benefit!
Two recent Northwestern University studies shed new light on the mystery of the leading cause of birth defects and miscarriage, laying the foundation for further research in an understudied but crucially important field of genetic study. The studies look at what happens during the process that produ...
There is new data on the link between vitamin D and male fertility. The new results add to our understanding of the effects of low vitamin D levels on testosterone levels and whether vitamin D supplementation could help improve fertility in both sexes.
A book that fueled a revolution of adoptees using DNA to find their birth families is now an audiobook. Amazon now offers “Finding Family” in print, Kindle, and audiobook formats. amzn.to/2lSgZok If you like listening to audiobooks or just don't have time to read much, this is a great new option. Use the “Listen” link at Amazon to hear a brief sample ... See MoreSee Less
My book that fueled a revolution of adoptees using DNA to find their birth families is now an audiobook. Amazon now offers “Finding Family” in print, Kindle, and audiobook formats. amzn.to/2lSgZok If you like listening to audiobooks or just don't have time to read much, this is a great new option. Use the “Listen” link at Amazon to hear a brief sample.
Hi everyone, a researcher reached out to me at the University of California, San Francisco and is working on a study of how brain and behavioral traits are passed from parents to children in families who have used assisted reproductive technologies. They are particularly interested in recruiting families who have young children born through egg or sperm donation or gestational surrogacy.
Do you think this is something that any of you would be interested in?
While President Donald Trump has been busily signing Executive Orders, he's not the only lawmaker getting to work in Washington. Meet H.R. 586, the Sanctity of Human Life Act. Introduced by Republican Rep. Jody Hice from Georgia's 10th district, the