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Managing stress to eating right: 7 ways to combat the risk of infertility

Electronic devices such as laptops, computers and phones should be avoided especially at night as the radiation harms your fertility. Instead of working on laptops  or sticking to your phone, invest your time in your partner.

Is stress making you infertile? Know the symptoms and how to deal with it

Stress not only causes infertility, but is one of the reasons for weight gain too. Many times stress may mess up our brain's reward system and may cause us to crave more fat and sugar. Stress is not a good reason to treat oneself to a burger or chocolate or truckloads of ice-cream.


Vaping linked to impaired fertility in young women: Study

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of middle and high school students using e-cigarettes rose from 2.1 million in 2017 to 3.6 million in 2018 — a difference of about 1.5 million youth.

From reducing stress to managing blood sugar: Ashwagandha and its health benefits

Its botanical name is Withania somnifera, and it is also known by several other names including Indian ginseng and winter cherry.

Struggling to conceive the second time? What you should know about secondary infertility

Though primary infertility normally receives attention, it is not the case with secondary infertility. Many women struggle to conceive their second baby after previously giving birth to their firstborn without difficulties.

Anne Hathaway on second pregnancy: 'Knew my news would make somebody feel worse'

Reaching out to women trying to get pregnant, Anne Hathaway said, "It feels like it's happening to everyone else but you. And I just wanted that person to know that they're included in my story too and that my story didn't just have happy moments."


Infertility in women: Know the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment

Growth of facial hair, unexplained weight gain or loss, acne and skin trouble, and thinning hair on the scalp are all symptoms of hormonal imbalance which impact the fertility health of a woman.

You're unknowingly eating plastic everyday. Here's what it does to your body

A study revealed that the average person could be consuming about 2,000 tiny pieces of plastic every week, which is approximately 21 grams a month, just over 250 grams a year.

Men's 'ticking biological clock' may affect partner, unborn child: Study

Infants born to older fathers were found to be at a higher risk of premature birth, low birth weight, higher incidence of newborn seizures, late stillbirth and birth defects such as congenital heart disease and cleft palate.

Genital TB is a major cause of infertility in women; all you need to know about it

TB, usually considered restricted to a person’s pulmonary system, if left undiagnosed, can spread to other body parts, including the brain, kidney, and the pelvic area like uterus and fallopian tube.