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Have Doctors Found The “Fertility Switch?”

A new study thinks it may not only have found a way to battle infertility, but could create new forms of birth control, too.

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Listeria Responsible for Iowa Miscarriage

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Can we please have more food safety regulations?

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Ibuprofen May Be Raising Miscarriage Risk

A new study believes that taking anti-inflammatory drugs may be doubling your chance of miscarriage.

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Bachmann Again Brings Up Miscarriage As Part of Her Anti-Choice Conversion at Campaign Stop

Is her miscarriage talking point beginning to turn into a regular part of her stump speech?

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Could Your Printer Be Making You Miscarry?

Is there any chemical in common use now that doesn’t heighten miscarriage risk?

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A Tale of Miscarriage, Abortion, Financial Stress and… Love

During a year of awful loss and trying times, it would be easy—even understandable—to dwell on the bad times right now. But instead,  I want to tell my wife I love her.

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Can Doctors Now Predict Miscarriage?

A new study claims to be able to tell if a women with a threatened miscarriage will lose the pregnancy or not.

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Michele Bachmann’s Miscarriage and the Miscarriage of Justice

If the personal is political, it seems it would extend that women’s own experiences with miscarriage would lead to sympathy for those facing similar losses.  But as Bachmann talks about her miscarriage, she promotes policies that result in miscarriages of justice.

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Overcoming Stigma: A Film Story of Stillbirth, Miscarriage

My first miscarriage occurred at six weeks. My second was at almost eleven weeks. The grief was alarming but I did what many women do – my best to quietly “carry on.”

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Addressing the “Silent Sorrow” of Stillbirth

As women who experienced the loss of a baby proved to me so long ago, we can use our experiences to help others. In the weeks after I buried my son, I resolved to follow in the footsteps of those women who reached out to me when I needed it most.

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