Childhood implications of parental aging

Monday, June 1, 2015
We discuss how societal changes have led to increasing parental age with potential impact on childhood health. The differences in gamete biology may be keys to understanding these risks.

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Conceiving of change a brief intervention increases young adults knowledge of fertility and the effectiveness of in vitro fertilization

Wednesday, July 31, 2013
After an educational intervention, university students in Australia had significantly increased knowledge of fertility and IVF effectiveness and significantly decreased desired ages at commencement and completion of childbearing.

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The other side of the fertility coin a comparison of childless mens and womens knowledge of fertility and assisted reproductive technology

Friday, March 1, 2013
An online questionnaire assessed fertility and ART knowledge of 599 childless men. These findings were compared to a sample of childless women. Significant knowledge gaps were identified.

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Childless women’s knowledge of fertility and assisted human reproduction: identifying the gaps

Friday, May 25, 2012
An online questionnaire to assess the fertility and assisted human reproduction knowledge of 3,345 childless women found significant knowledge gaps that may undermine informed childbearing decision making.

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A persistent misperception: assisted reproductive technology can reverse the “aged biological clock”

Friday, May 4, 2012
Women feel pressure to conceive later in life, have ongoing misperceptions about assisted reproduction, and are disappointed to discover their dismal chances for a genetic child.

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