Monthly Archives: June 2018

More relaxed, less stressful care

“The doctors could not be more helpful! They had a great sense of humor that really made the process so much less stressful. We cannot say enough great things!” “My husband and I always have a relaxed experience at RSC … Continue reading

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During Men’s Health Month, learn about male infertility

Many people think that infertility in a couple is most likely due to a female issue, but that is not the case. According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, about half of all cases of infertility involve an element … Continue reading

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RSCNJ “will forever be a part of my family”

Thank you to one of our special patients, who wrote these kind words: “The whole Reproductive Science Center staff is amazing. They are caring and compassionate and make your experience one that you will never forget. The staff and physicians … Continue reading

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New discovery shows how men may contribute to infertility

A new study at the University of Toledo shows that a father donates not one, but two centrioles through the sperm during fertilization, and the newly discovered sperm structure may contribute to infertility, miscarriages and birth defects. The centriole is … Continue reading

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A woman’s guide to Men’s Health Week

This week is Men’s Health Week, so what does men’s health have to do with women? Plenty, says the Men’s Health Network: “Men’s health issues don’t affect only men; they have a significant impsact on everyone around them. And because … Continue reading

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To conceive quicker, kick the fast food habit

Most people know that eating a healthy diet is important during pregnancy, but a new study says that a healthy diet is just as important before pregnancy. Eating too much fast food, researchers found, can increase the time it takes … Continue reading

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New podcast discusses “Coping with a miscarriage”

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, about 15 to 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. For couples, this can be a devastating event. Dealing with a miscarriage can cause a roller coaster of emotions, doubt and … Continue reading

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June is Men’s Health Month!

Anchored by a Congressional health education program, Men’s Health Month is celebrated across the country—with screenings, health fairs, media appearances and other health education and outreach activities—to encourage everyone to focus on the health of men, boys and their families. … Continue reading

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Study finds that lead exposure affects fertility

New research that examined the impact of exposure to lead, both in the air and in topsoil, on fertility in the United States has found that exposure matters for both women and men. It is the first study to find … Continue reading

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Researchers find key to preserving fertility during chemotherapy

One of the most significant impairments of the quality of life after a chemotherapy is infertility. Researchers have now identified the mechanism of chemotherapy-induced infertility in females. While men produce new sperm cells throughout their life, women are born with … Continue reading

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