Premature Maturity

At the annual Pediatric Academic Society meeting in May in San Francisco, they presented a report that described how a preschool-age girl, and then her kindergarten-age brother, mysteriously began growing pubic hair. These cases were not isolated; in 2004, pediatric endocrinologists from San Diego reported a similar cluster of five children.

Men who use cell phone have increased risk of infertility

New research study shows there may be a link between male infertility and cell phone use.

The From INCIID the Heart Fund

This program is the first and only national scholarship for those with medical and financial need for IVF treatment. It's a way to help those without insurance cover their IVF.

Scientists Discover Antioxidents May Cause Fertility Problems

Antioxidants are sold over the counter everywhere. They're added to food, drink and face cream. But according to Prof. Nava Dekel of the Biological Regulation Department, we still don't have a complete understanding of how they act in our bodies. New research by Dekel and her team, recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), has revealed a possible unexpected side effect of antioxidants: They might cause fertility problems in females.

Hormones and Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals: Low-­-Dose Effects and Nonmonotonic Dose Responses: A review by Pete Myers

Hormones and Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals: 
Low-­-Dose Effects and Nonmonotonic Dose Responses
This FAQ by Pete Myers

Current Studies and/or Free Treatment

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The Mind/Body Connection: Its Role in Fertility and IVF by Christo Zouves, M.D. and Suzanne Duffy

Western Medicine has traditionally been resistant to alternative therapies, focusing on the management of disease after it presents, often ignoring the fact that a particular organ or system actually belongs to a person or patient.

TURNING BACK THE REPRODUCTIVE CLOCK: New Science, Old Wisdom By Randine Lewis MSOM, L.Ac., Ph.D.

Regarding the human egg: How old is too old? Perhaps we are asking the wrong question. Remember the psychological argument about nature vs. nurture? Let’s rephrase the topic altogether. How can we help women in their mature reproductive years produce healthy children? I propose that the answer is found in the nature vs. nurture discussion. Nurturing the follicle in the 120 days before ovulation will produce a healthy egg, free of transmutation, free of the need for medical intervention.

Integrated Therapies for the Emotional Issues of Infertility By Barbara Blitzer, MSW

Managing the stressors of infertility through a mind-body approach.

Staying Sane and Whole During Treatment By Jennifer Bloome, MS OTR, HWC

Some tips on staying in control and calm from Jennifer Bloom. Be sure to visit Jennifer's meditation forum to start your day!

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