Rare Pregnancy Condition Programs Babies to be Obese Later in Life 3 of 6
Babies born to mothers who suffer from a rare complication of pregnancy characterised by the build-up of bile acids in the bloodstream, known as obstetric cholestasis, are "programmed" to be overweight, according to a new study.
Men Should be Included in Methods to Prevent Unintended Pregnancies 4 of 6
According to a new study, roughly two-thirds of unintended births are mistimed according to fathers while about one-third are unwanted, which leads the authors of the study to say, "We need to include men in our discussions about unintended pregnancy and foster strategies to help men work as individuals and with their partners to control when or if they have children."
According to a new study, "IVF using in-vitro maturation (IVM) treatment rather than traditional methods has the same pregnancy success rate as the more invasive and costly intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) procedure."