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02/17/2018
The research that could finally improve IVF's success rate - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

The research that could finally improve IVF's success rate
The Sydney Morning Herald
Every IVF attempt starts with an embryo – the beginning of a baby. But in something like 70 per cent of cases that little collection of cells will fail to successfully latch onto the wall of the uterus, and heartache follows. The extraordinary thing ...
Miscarriages and IVF: chasing a rainbow baby (and when to stop)Irish Times

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02/17/2018
Canberra family goes overseas in last-ditch effort to cure son's allergies - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Canberra family goes overseas in last-ditch effort to cure son's allergies
The Canberra Times
For one family, that means uprooting life in Canberra to live in Utah for up to eight months to take part in a treatment option that is unavailable in Australia. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Link. Alyssa Krause and Bryce ...

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02/17/2018
Old drug may be key to bone-marrow transplant treatment - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Old drug may be key to bone-marrow transplant treatment
Herald Sun
MELBOURNE researchers have found a promising way to prevent serious and lifelong complications from bone-marrow transplants. These affect almost half of blood cancer patients who undergo the lifesaving procedure. A team at The Alfred hospital has ...
Global Bone Marrow Transplant Rejection Treatment Market Growth 2018-2025 Bellicum, Biogen Inc, Cell SourceIbnservice

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02/16/2018
Transgender woman breastfeeds baby - Bundaberg News Mail

Bundaberg News Mail

Transgender woman breastfeeds baby
Bundaberg News Mail
“We believe that this is the first formal report in the medical literature of induced lactation in a transgender woman.” Picture: iStock. Use this content. by Frank Chung. A 30-YEAR-OLD transgender woman from the US has been able to breastfeed her baby ...
Yes, it's possible for a transgender women to breastfeedBabyCenter (blog)
Transgender women can breastfeed, first case study showsRappler
First transgender woman breastfeeds baby for six weeksPakistan Today
International Business Times, Singapore Edition -Brinkwire (press release)
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02/17/2018
Gold Coast addict turned to doctor shopping to help fuel prescription drug problems - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast addict turned to doctor shopping to help fuel prescription drug problems
Gold Coast Bulletin
A GOLD Coaster who was heavily addicted to prescription drugs for four years has revealed how he visited different doctors to get six prescriptions. Kyryl Chefanov, 24, said he was diagnosed with severe social anxiety and panic disorder, which was ...

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02/17/2018
Thumb sucking habit spawns bizarre prevention industry - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Thumb sucking habit spawns bizarre prevention industry
Daily Telegraph
ELBOW braces to stop kids' hands from reaching their mouths. Thumb prostheses to break the satisfaction of the suction. Watches fitted with an alarm that sounds every time the thumb hits the lip. Thumb sucking might be a tough habit to beat, but so bad ...

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02/17/2018
Research shows the health benefits of writing - Starts at 60

Starts at 60

Research shows the health benefits of writing
Starts at 60
If you're old enough to remember the John F. Kennedy assassination or the Cuban missile crisis, you're probably realising that your memory isn't what it used to be. Indeed, the Centers for Disease Control has reported that one in eight Americans over ...

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02/17/2018
WHO revises childbirth guidelines - Manila Bulletin

Manila Bulletin

WHO revises childbirth guidelines
Manila Bulletin
Geneva – The UN health agency said Thursday it has revised a benchmark used by health professionals worldwide in caring for women during childbirth because it has caused a surge in interventions like caesarean sections that could be unnecessary. Since ...
Give women less birth intervention: WHOSBS
Do not intervene to speed up birth unless real risks involved, advises WHOThe Guardian
Individualized, supportive care key to positive childbirth experience, says WHOWorld Health Organization
CTV News -Telegraph.co.uk -Voice of America
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02/17/2018
Pre-op mental health doesn't affect rhinoplasty outcomes - Infosurhoy

Infosurhoy

Pre-op mental health doesn't affect rhinoplasty outcomes
Infosurhoy
(HealthDay)—For patients undergoing rhinoplasty, preoperative mental health does not appear to affect patient satisfaction with functional outcomes, according to a study published online Feb. 15 in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery. Erika Strazdins, M.D ...

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