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Five Couples Win IVF Treatments In a Surprise Radio Contest Twist

All 5 winning couples in the "Win A Baby!" contest. Image Source

Rather than pick one winner, the station chose them all.

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Do We Really Need To Know If Stress Causes Infertility?

Suppose stress does affect your fertility.  Does knowing that fact really help anyone?

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Lessons Learned: STD Awareness Month 2011

STD Awareness Month (SAM) is important because of the potential harm of untreated STDs, including adverse pregnancy outcomes, infertility, cancers of the reproductive tract, and increased likelihood of HIV transmission.

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Morning Roundup: Pence Loves Title X’s Work in “Inner Cities”

The first same-sex fertility center, Arizona Senate passes race and sex-based abortion ban, women still being given as crime compensation in Afghanistan, lawsuit filed over New York’s CPC law, and Rep. Mike Pence likes what Title X does for “inner cities.”

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A Chemical Blowout: Frizz, Formaldehyde and Infertility

Formaldehyde used in a Brazilian Blowout hair treatment is a known carcinogen, and studies have linked it to miscarriage, stillbirth, menstrual disorders, and female infertility.

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Jillian Michaels Admits Wanting to Hide Her Potential Infertility

The “Biggest Loser” trainer explains her past remarks about pregnancy were due to her own likely inability to conceive.

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Racism is Shameful. Sex Isn’t.

Hispanic women are 15 times more likely and Black women three more times likely than white women to be tested for Chlamydia. Dare I say racial differences in STI testing is due to doctors’ racial prejudices about the sexual behaviors of Women of Color?

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You Say Goodbye, and I Say Hello

By the time you read this piece, I should soon be holding my new son in my arms.

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Afternoon Roundup: No More “Female at Birth” Policy for Golf Association, Judge Disses Christian University’s Anti-Choice Claims

LPGA ditches their “female at birth” policy, Speaker John Boehner has some frighteningly invasive anti-choice legislative plans in store for Americans, BPA may be responsible for infertility problems in women and is the Pope inspiring more religious mind expansion as it relates to condoms and birth control?

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Roundup: Are Some Countries Starting to Ignore the Church?

Is the Catholic Church beginning to lose a little of its rigid grasp that it has held over numerous countries when it comes to family planning, birth control, reproductive justice, and even infertility treatments?

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