• 2015/06/15
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    The perils of surrogate motherhood are explored in the comedian’s ambitious third novel which struggles for consistency

    The perils of surrogate motherhood are explored in the comedian’s ambitious third novel which struggles for consistency

    Surrogacy is a subject that seems rarely to be out of the headlines. Last month, a British high court judge warned that surrogacy is creating a “ticking legal time bomb” after a landmark ruling against a surrogate mother who denied a gay couple access to their child. Given that an estimated 2,000 surrogate babies are

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    • 2015/06/11
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    Surrogacy: A doctor’s take

    Surrogacy: A doctor’s take

    Renting a womb is one of those dynamic developments that changed a lot of equations world over. It gives couples who are not able to have a child due to many reasons a chance to have a baby they can call their own. While, donating a kidney, a liver or blood helps prolong life, renting

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    • 2015/06/11
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    Surrogacy – facts that are lesser known

    Surrogacy – facts that are lesser known

    A four-million dollar industry. A means to building a family. To some it is a noble act, to others it defies morals. Surrogacy is sure a Pandora’s box of conflicting ideas. However, every child is a bundle of joy. Not only are children a matter of great pride to families, but it is a sign

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    • 2015/06/10
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    5 amazing things preborn children can do inside the womb

    5 amazing things preborn children can do inside the womb

    Preborn children may not be at the same developmental stage as us, but there are many things that they can still do! They have beating hearts at only 21 days gestation, detectable brain waves at roughly 42 days, and can suck their thumbs and yawn. They even have taste buds and their own fingerprints! The

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    • 2015/06/09
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    Grant will enable infertility research

    Grant will enable infertility research

    University of Otago physiology researcher Dr Rebecca Campbell has welcomed as ”wonderful” a new Health Research Council project grant which will enable her to continue cutting-edge research involving female infertility. Dr Campbell, a senior lecturer in physiology, has been awarded a $910,114 project grant in the HRC’s latest funding round, to continue research on the

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    • 2015/06/08
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    Norwegian Biotechnology Council recommends that egg donation be made legal in Norway

    Norwegian Biotechnology Council recommends that egg donation be made legal in Norway

    More than 5 million children in Europe have been born as a result of assisted reproductive technologies, yet many European countries, including Norway, have regulations that restrict different aspects of these technologies. The result is that European women travel elsewhere to get services that are not currently available in their home countries. Now, the Norwegian

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    • 2015/05/29
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    Ovulation calendar

    Ovulation calendar

    You can increase your chances of getting pregnant if you understand the ovulation process and how it fits into your monthly menstrual cycle. During each menstrual cycle, the endometrial tissue thickens to prepare the uterus for a possible pregnancy. Approximately midway through the cycle, ovulation occurs. Ovulation is the process by which an ovary produces and releases an egg. The

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    • 2015/05/29
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    Pregnancy traditions in the world

    Pregnancy traditions in the world

    “Darling, I think we’re going to be hearing the patter of tiny feet soon!” These words are so long-awaited and pleasant in any family. And of course since the moment when all family members and close friends were informed about this happy news mother, father want the pregnancy to pass fine and a healthy baby

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