Month: April 2019

The Do’s & Don’ts Of Fertility Boosting

As a fertility expert and gynecologist, I’ve probably been asked every question under the sun when it comes to fertility. The decision to start a family is likely the most important you will ever make. And yet, there is still so much confusion and misconception surrounding the topic of fertility. Over the years, I’ve sat before many individuals …

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How To Broach The Idea Of An Open Relationship With Your Partner

As examples of healthy, long-term, non-monogamous relationships become more commonplace in the media and in social circles, more people are beginning to consider it themselves. While for some it may feel like an exciting adventure, for others it can feel very disruptive, triggering insecurity, instability, and anxiety. If non-monogamy is piquing your interest and you want to …

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5 Ways Of Avoiding Boredom In Your Relationship

Especially in long-term relationships, boredom is only natural. You’ve already learned everything there is to know about your partner (or so you think), and as a couple, you have something of a routine, predictable lifestyle. But long-term relationships can feel stale if they don’t grow. Boredom can be relationship poison—it leads to disinterest, emotional distance, …

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Anxiety Could Be A Stage of Grief You Are Not Recognizing

You’ve probably heard of the stages of grief—denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. However, grief is a complex and personal experience, and there are many aspects of it that don’t fit neatly into this model. One common, but often unrecognized, grief response is feelings of tremendous anxiety. Some individuals may be aware that they’re feeling …

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Fatal Medical Emergencies On The Rise Globally | Study

Injuries, heart attacks, lung infections, strokes and other medical emergencies caused about half of the world’s 28 million deaths in 2015, a new study reports. Such deaths are on the rise, and rates are much higher in poor countries than wealthy ones, the researchers said. “We believe our study is among the first to identify the …

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Night Shifts May Increase Risk Of Miscarriage

Pregnant women who work at least two-night shifts in a week may increase their risk of miscarriage in the next seven days, a new European study finds. Danish researchers led by Dr. Luise Moelenberg Begtrup, from the Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg Hospital in Kobenhavn, analyzed data on nearly 23,000 pregnant …

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Lack Of Water Consumption An Agent Of Obesity In Children

On any given day, 1 in 5 American youngsters don’t drink any water at all, a new survey shows. And those who don’t end up consuming almost twice as many calories from sugar-sweetened beverages. That, investigators warn, translates into an extra 100 calories per day, which over time can raise the risk for becoming overweight or obese. “Drinking water is the healthiest beverage …

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Scientists Whip Up Activity in Dead Pig Brain

The death of brain cells may not be as sudden, or as irreversible, as previously believed. Four hours after a pig’s death, Yale scientists restored circulation and revived cellular activity within the dead animal’s brain. The cells of the brain remained viable six hours later, compared with other brains not preserved using the newly developed process, the …

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