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Assisted Reproductive Technology: Let’s Focus on One Healthy Baby at a Time

Federal law and financial incentives lead to incredibly costly and potentially dangerous multiple births through assisted reproducitve technology (ART). The law should be reworked to create incentives for having only one baby at a time through ART, which is more cost effective and safer for mothers and babies. 

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Toxic Chemicals: Neglected Threats to Health and Reproduction

Despite the introduction of thousands of new chemicals into the products we use every day, the Toxic Substances Control Act has undergone no revisions since 1976.

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What Health Reform Won’t Heal: The Effect of Environmental Toxins on Sex and Reproduction

Chemicals found in our homes, workplaces, and consumer products are linked to feminization of boys and male sexual problems.

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Green Birth Control?? What About Green Hamburgers?

Green seems to be the color on everyone’s mind, and lately that has come to include birth control. A green contraceptive is something we should work toward but it won’t prevent the growing number of gender bending fish in our waterways.

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The Vatican’s Misleading Birth Control Story

While there is evidence that estrogenic contaminants are impacting the environment, there is no evidence that oral contraceptives are the main culprit. And what about the benefits of contraception to the environment?

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First IVF Baby Turns 30

As a women’s health community, we must grapple with the ethical, moral, legal and financial impacts of IVF before others tell us what’s best for our bodies and our children.

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