Differences in infant feeding practices by mode of conception in a United States cohort

Friday, April 1, 2016
Women who conceived with fertility treatments were more likely to stop breast feeding and provide formula to their infants earlier. A higher prevalence of preterm birth does not fully explain these associations.

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Low versus atmospheric oxygen tension for embryo culture in assisted reproduction A systematic review and meta analysis

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Carolina O. Nastri, Ph.D., Beatrice N.…

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Comparing indicators of health and development of singleton young adults conceived with and without assisted reproductive technology

Monday, March 31, 2014
Compared with non–assisted reproductive technology (ART) population control subjects, ART mothers and their adult offspring (18–28 years old) reported increased hospitalizations and respiratory problems, but no differences in quality of life, body mass index, or educational achievements.

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The management of retrograde ejaculation: a systematic review and update

Thursday, May 24, 2012
This up-to-date systematic review demonstrates that several treatments for retrograde ejaculation exist but further research is needed to allow comparison between treatment methods.

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