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FIVE Surprising Facts About Your Fertility

Ready to conceive? Arm yourself with the facts before getting started. A recent web-based study from the American Infertility Association (AIA) showed that only one in more than 12,000 women could answer 15 questions about their reproductive life cycle!

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Boning Up on Bone Health

Effect of calcium supplements on risk of myocardial infarction and cardiovascular events

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Flu Shot Effects on Health and Pregnancy Outcome

Studies have consistently identified the old and young children and infants as well as pregnant women to be among those at the highest risk of influenza complications.

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Flu Vaccine and Maternal Protection

Influenza is a major cause of morbidity and mortality, resulting in an estimated 200,000 hospitalizations and 36,000 deaths annually in the United States alone. Children and adolescents appear to play an important role in the transmission of influenza. 

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Green Tea and its many Health-Enhancing Benefits

Green tea may just be that miracle drink that helps you safely lose weight by trimming fat, especially the visceral fat in the abdominal region. 

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Whole Grains–Eat to your heart’s content

Tufts University found that participants who ate refined carbohydrates expanded their waistlines three times as much as those who ate whole grains.

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Top Four Fertility Questions

Over the years patients have taught me much about life. They have taught me through loss, life, and through the asking questions, sometimes routine, sometimes poignant, always important. 

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Nitroglycerin and Bone Density

The number of osteoporotic fractures is increasing worldwide as the population is aging. The search for an inexpensive, easily available, effective and safe treatment is still ongoing. This study discusses a novel use of nitroglycerin that may provide yet another option for preventing osteoporotic fractures.

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How To Survive The Holidays

The top ten most helpful coping strategies for thriving, not just surviving, the holiday season as person affected by infertility.

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Can pregnancy loss result in cardiovascular disease?

Pregnancy loss and risk of cardiovascular disease: a prospective population-based cohort study (EPIC-Heidelberg), Kharazmi et.al., Heart 97:49-54, 2011. These investigators set out to examine whether pregnancy loss (miscarriage, abortion or stillbirth) is associated with a higher risk of myocardial infarction (MI) and stroke.

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PCOS and Cardiovascular Disease

Polycystic ovary syndrome is a disease that affects women from puberty until death. At what point in time in a woman’s life we need to begin worrying about cardiovascular disease is unclear; however, those women who are in their 40s and older need to take cardiovascular risks very seriously.

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