Autologous oocyte cryopreservation in women and older using minimal stimulation IVF

Modern reproduction uses all the latest developments to enable people, previously considered infertile, to bear and have their own child. One of these methods is oocyte cryopreservation. Modern reproduction uses all the latest developments to enable people, previously considered infertile, to bear and have their own child. One of these methods is oocyte cryopreservation. It can…

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Is Your Irregular Heartbeat As Abnormal As You Think?

There’s no denying that the idea of having heart problems is terrifying. What happens if your life pump stops? You die. That’s why hundreds of thousands of people in the US alone suffer from Cardiophobia, the fear of having a heart attack characterized by chest pains that are unrelated to actual cardiac arrest. Panic attacks…

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Food Delivery Trends Driving The Future Of The Industry

Apart from just being a necessity to sustain life and meeting your body’s essential needs, food is a passion too! Be it cooked at home or you go out to eat, foodies do not compromise on the taste. It is a matter of fact that food prepared at home is healthier and more according to…

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Why Filipino Nurses are In Demand Globally

The medical industry is doing a fantastic job all over the world, but there is something so unique about the Filipino nurses that they are being demanded globally. The country produces more nurses every year than it has jobs to place them. The high supply and low demand of nurses in the Philippines make thousands…

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The Health Risks Of Alcohol Consumption Among Women

Consuming high amounts of alcohol can have drastic health effects, taking its toll on the entire body. It is believed that no alcohol is safe to drink. Well, this is not entirely true. Various studies have proved that alcoholic drinks such as wine offer incredible benefits, ranging from providing relief for inflammatory conditions to helping…

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What Pushes Women To Ask For A Hair Transplant?

In the 21st century, even when short or shaved hairstyles are the trends, hair for ladies remains a symbol of beauty, femininity, women’s power. And women will stop at nothing to have it back. And when shampoos, masks, and visits to a trichologist don’t work for hair loss treatment…a girl is bent on hair grafting.…

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5 Factors To Reduce Risk In Health As You Get Older

It’s no secret that we are more likely to run into health problems as we age but there’s no point lamenting the fact we are aging but rather look at what we can do to reduce risk to our health and best keep fit and healthy. Let’s look at 5 factors involved in staying in…

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A 61-Year-Old Grandmother Just Gave Birth To Her Own Granddaughter

On March 25, a 61-year-old woman gave birth to her granddaughter. This is possible through in vitro fertilization. Cecile Reynek Eledge acted as a surrogate so that her son Matthew and his husband were able to have a child. Using her son’s sperm and eggs donated from the child’s aunt, the little girl had DNA…

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Blood Sugar Testing: Why, When, and How

There are many reasons why it is necessary to monitor your blood sugar levels, but, the most common one is to keep an eye on diabetes. Whether you have already been diagnosed with diabetes, or are simply at risk of developing it, there are several good reasons why you should monitor your blood sugar levels.…

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What to Do About a Medical Misdiagnosis

 Whenever we seek medical treatment, we trust that the professionals are qualified to help us through our ordeals. Yet, anything under human control is subject to fallibility. All you, the patient, can do is trust in the experience and accolades of the doctors and staff.     A misdiagnosis can lead to a series of painful, unnecessary…

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Effects Of Biomedical Waste On The Environment And Medical Waste DONT’S

It is probably safe to assume that most people already know that the waste that humans create can really harm the environment if not disposed of properly. Unfortunately, waste is something that is unavoidable. There will be waste associated with everything. When you eat you create waste, when you go to the bathroom you create…

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How to Assess if You are the Victim of Malpractice

To establish whether medical malpractice has occurred generally boils down to whether or not the healthcare professional deviated from accepted standards of care and caused the victim an injury. Doctors and other medical experts usually won’t readily admit to wrongdoing, which means it’s up to the patient and/or the family to determine if something has…

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Is CBD The Solution for Insomnia?

It is estimated that close to 70 million people in the United States suffer from insufficient sleep, insomnia, or other sleep disorders. Mistakenly, CBD has been described as a sedative drug. When taken in modest doses, it can be mildly sedating. Just like caffeine, which is a stimulant, cannabidiol activates the same adenosine receptors. Nevertheless, several…

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Oreo Cookie Maker Linked to Orangutan Habitat Destruction for Palm Oil

On Tuesday, Greenpeace International released a new report that accuses Mondelez International of obtaining palm oil from what they refer as ‘rainforest destroyers’. Most of the company’s popular products have palm oil as their ingredients such as Ritz crackers, Oreo cookies, and Cadbury chocolate bars. This report is published just one day after Mondelez said…

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3 Ways to Help a Loved One Who is a Drug Addict

Do you have someone you love who is addicted to drugs? Are you feeling completely lost and powerless on how to help them? Trying to help someone with a drug addiction can be extremely difficult. According to recent statistics, substance abuse affects about 23 million Americans per year directly. If you count the number of…

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How to Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Without Surgery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a common but unpleasant condition that causes a numb, tingling feeling in the hand and wrist area.  Carpal tunnel is most commonly caused by excess pressure in your wrist and median nerve, leading to swelling and that “pins and needles” feeling that anyone who suffers from carpal tunnel is all too…

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Why so Many are Developing Meat Allergy

Tick bites are to blame for the rising cases of allergies to meat from mammals and all their related products. There are some people who cannot take beef, pork, or drink milk without developing some allergic reactions such as high blood pressure or closing of the throat. Others experience skin reactions when they a wool…

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Avoiding Men Is the Secret to a Long and Healthy Life: Says 109-year-Old Woman

There are plenty of resources where one can learn the secrets of living a healthy and long life. Some people believe that speaking and interacting with centenarians is the best starting point. Most of centenarians talk about healthy diet and regular workouts although some believe it is in the family tree. Even one centenarian by…

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5 Areas Of Your Health To Concentrate On In 2019 And How To Implement Changes

With another year coming to an end it is time to start thinking about resolutions for 2019. These should be carefully planned as a lack of planning can set someone up for failure as they have not thought through their resolution. Taking the time to sit down and write out a plan for a resolution…

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