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Banking your newborn's cord blood

Cord blood banking has been increasing in popularity in recent years. The stem cells contained in cord blood can potentially be used to cure various diseases, as these cells can...

Pitocin and autism

Pitocin is an artificial version of the hormone oxytocin, which plays a large role in triggering uterine contractions. Pitocin, which is administered through IV, has been the medication of choice...

Postpartum recovery and housework

Having a baby is quite an event! Not only does your life change with the addition of a little one (whether it's your first or tenth!), but most new mothers...

Obese and pregnant: how to limit weight gain?

Most doctors recommend that women gain between 25 and 35 pounds during their pregnancy. This will include the weight of the baby, its placenta, an increased volume of blood and...

Who can use MicroSort gender selection?

MicroSort gender selection is a high-tech method of increasing a couple's chances of getting pregnant with specifically a boy or a girl. With MicroSort , sperm are separated according to...

Pregnancy exercise - how much is too much?

Are you normally a fitness freak, and just hate the thought of slowing down during pregnancy? If pregnancy signs and symptoms do not get in the way of your motivation...

Male fertility and ICSI risks

ICSI, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, is a relatively recent development in the fertility world. It is used in combination with IVF, and was first introduced in 1992. With ICSI, one sperm...