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Women Struggling With Obesity Affecting Fertility And Pregnancy - by: Heather May | The Salt Lake Tribune,Sltrib.com


Obesity brings higher risk of diabetes, C-section, difficult labor, depression, birth defects. About 17 percent of new Utah mothers in 2010 were obese before they gave birth — a 70 percent hi...

Americas Fetility Rate Falling - by: Lois M. Collins - Deseret News,Ktar.com


America's fertility rate, once the envy of the developed world, has fallen to 1.9, below the "replacement rate" of 2.1 at which a population is said to be stable. That drop, now below...

Study Suggests Fertility Treatments May Put Women At Risk - by: Rachael Rettner,My Health News Daily


Women who undergo fertility treatments may find the situation so distressing that they develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a new study says. In the study, close to 50 percent of particip...

More US Women Choosing IUDs for Birth Control - by: Dawn Agencies,Dawn Media Group


A growing number of US women appear to be opting for intrauterine devices (IUDs) as their birth control method, with the number more than doubling in just two years in one study. ...

Coffee And Fats May Affect Fertility Treatment - by: Kathleen Doheny, WebMD Health News


What a woman drinks and eats -- especially coffee and fat -- may affect her chances of success with infertility treatments, two new studies suggest. ...

Korea becoming destination for medical tourism - by: Kim Tae-jong,


Fathema Ibrahim Ali Al Ali from the United Arab Emirates believes she has been given a new life in Seoul thanks to a successful kidney transplant performed by Korean doctors. The organ transpl...

Infertility: Arizona Woman Founded World's First, Largest Frozen Egg Bank - by: Catherine Holland,AZ family


As women continue to live longer and break the glass ceiling in the workplace, more and more are putting off starting families. They certainly want children, but they are waiting until they're old...

3,000 Babies Born Yearly In Nigeria By IVF - by: Emmanuel Edukugho,vanguard


About 3,000 babies are born yearly in Nigeria by In Vitro Fertilization, IVF, because of infertility of couples caused by infections. Professor Osata Giwa-Osagie disclosed this during a distinguis...

Medical tourism guides all for getting low cost infertility treatment in India - by: Ankit kumar,PR-inside


Medical tourism guides all for getting low cost infertility treatment in India. People from all around the world opted to choose infertility treatment in India for having a child at low cost....

Outsourcing legacy upgrades -- knees, hips, looks -- to India | IT offshoring may boost outsourcing of another kind: medical tourism - by: Patrick Thibodeau,ComputerWorld


Rising medical cost has been helping to foster medical tourism for the same reason companies send code overseas: lower cost. Take the case of Terry, a public school teacher in Texas, who asked that he...

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