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Why The Algorithm Method Doesn't Get You Pregnant
Jennifer “Jay” Palumbo
Writer, Public Speaker, Infertility & Women's Rights Advocate
We live in a time where we hear, "There's an app for that!" almost daily. Apps can be incredibly useful, powerful tools that streamline many different areas of our lives, but can they help with the ability to conceive?
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Optimizing Your Exercise With Your Menstrual Cycle
I'm a women's reproductive and hormonal health specialist, hel...
How does your period affect your athletic performance and exercise routine?
How A Fertility-Tracking App Could Empower Women
More information is never a bad thing.
Kindara, The App That Tells Women Exactly When They're Ovulating
Kindara, a fertility tracking app, is helping millions of women know exactly when they’re ovulating. Check out the app that’s changing the lives of hopeful moms and women everywhere.
Thinking About Pregnancy? Think About Your Thyroid!
Dr. David Adamson
Founder and CEO, ARC Fertility
An underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism) or overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) may be present even in healthy young women
There's A Sign Women Are Ovulating, But Men Can't Detect It
By LiveScience, LiveScience
The study found no change in the women's skin luminance, but there were variations in facial color, according to the findings
How the Top 3 New Year's Resolutions Can Help You Have a Baby in 2015
Dr. Angeline Beltsos
Medical Director and Clinical Research Director, Fertility Cen...
If you'd like to eat healthy and eat for fertility at the same time, there are fertility nutrition counselors that can prescribe a custom diet that can work for you. They can also help with diet accountability and answer questions you may have as you work towards your goal.
Women and Their Bodies: What Nobody Tells Us
Nicola Jane is the author of the erotic choose your own advent...
When I was 27, a guy I'd been seeing told me he'd noticed a lump inside me. The word lump has an instant and visceral connection -- you might as well just say "cancer." I figured he had far more knowledge of vaginas than I did. Terrified, I went to the doctor. It turned out to be my cervix.
Fertility Affects Women's Attractiveness, Study Finds
In the new study, researchers took photographs of 202 women's faces and made recordings of their speaking voices at two points
Ovulating May Make Women More Critical Of 'Unsexy' Men (STUDY)
[H/T Jezebel] The study also discovered that women display other changes during ovulation: participants spoke in higher-pitched
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When Can You Get Pregnant? Many Women Don't Know, Study Claims
A woman is most fertile during the few days just before and including ovulation, which typically occurs 14 days before the
Semen Triggers Ovulation, New Study Suggests
By Emily Underwood This research is "very exciting," says Sergio Ojeda, a neuroscientist at Oregon Health & Science University
Dancing & Fertility: Women Seen As More Attractive Dancers During Fertile Phase Of Menstrual Cycle, Study Suggests
The results revealed that though the men had no idea fertility was even being studied, they judged fertile women as more
Egg Harvesting: My Journey Begins
Naming the beneficiary of my eggs in the event something happens to me is not like donating organs; my eggs could create a new life with a piece of me after I'm gone.
Fertility Clinic: My First Consultation
I have received a few sonogram images via email in the past year, with the following difference: The one my friends sent showed tiny lives growing inside of them. Mine shows an empty womb.
Women Have a Sexier Gait When They're Ovulating
A study published in the Elsevier Science Journal reveals that women have a sexier, slower gait when they're ovulating. The
The 7 Wonders of Parenthood
Author of PRIME TIME DADS 49 Reasons to Embrace Midlife Father...
We've all heard about the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Here are my Seven Wonders of Parenthood... as discovered and stumbled over on my trepidatious expeditions as an ordinary dad.
Genetically Modified Soy Diets Lead to Ovary and Uterus Changes in Rats
Founder, Institute for Responsible Technology, Author, Filmmaker
Birth defects increased in humans and animals Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine accidentally discovered that rats
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