Monday, July 31, 2006

Older Men

It looks like more research is showing that age can affect a man's fertility too...


A new study found that the risk of miscarriage to expectant mothers was 60 per cent higher when the father was aged 40 or over compared to when he was 25 to 29 years old.

Older men linked to miscarriage risks | the Daily Mail

Pre-Conception Care--It's Urgent Care!

this article stresses the fact that many women nationwide, do not know that much about getting pregnant and having healthy babies.  Most of the attention is on pre-natal care, when pre-conception care is urgently needed to help solve many potential problems...


"Of women who do get pregnant, nearly 70 percent don't take folic acid, 31 percent are obese and 3 percent take prescription or over-the-counter drugs known to cause birth defects. Another 4 percent have a pre-existing medical condition like diabetes that can impact a pregnancy." | Pre-conception wellness urged

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