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Our family is a finalist in a national video contest benefiting Children's Miracle Network. Please watch, register and cast 5 votes a day through Saturday, March 26: http://danceoff.primroseschools.com/Gallery/Individual?videoId=20490714.
Grand prize is a $30,000 to our local CMN hospital, Children's Medical Center of Dallas.
Karsen and Kanyen have two moms, Kim and Karen Davis, and are from Grand Prairie, Texas.
The transfer of one pre-screened embryo during IVF leads to birth rates equivalent to transferring two unscreened embryos, indicates new research from the USA.
Preliminary results presented at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Clinical Meeting revealed that single embryo transfer combined with preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) resulted in fewer twin pregnancies and better health outcomes for both mother and child.
For many people, the lack of ‘creative material’ be it sperm or ovum, can stymie their plans for a family. As appealing as the thought of backless nightgowns, fluorescent lighting and leg stirrups may be, the solution doesn’t have to be found in a fertility clinic. High costs and reduced funding for lesbian couples has made home insemination an increasingly popular option, particularly for those in the LGBT community.
“I don’t have lice because I’m not itchy.” This is a common statement that parents tell me when they bring their kids into my Lice Treatment Center located in Oceanside, NY. We advise that all family members get checked because sometimes you DON’T itch! Eight out of ten mothers are treated for lice along with their kids. Why do some people itch while others have no sign of lice? The itching is actually an allergic reaction to the louses saliva. Much like when you itch from a mosquito bite.
Testosterone supplements are touted as a cure for low libido, but men who take them may reduce their odds of fathering a child, new research suggests.
Many men who sought infertility treatment at two U.S. clinics reported taking prescription testosterone supplements, according to a new study. And in most cases their sperm counts skyrocketed after they stopped taking the male hormone.
(If you miss the broadcast you can click onto the link provided below to listen to this dynamic interview after the taping time)
Internationally Renowned Author Terry Angel Mason Discusses Controversial New Book, They Say That I Am Broken, on A Touch of Grace Radio Show
Los Angeles, CA-December 17,2011- Internationally-acclaimed author, speaker, and GLBT Civil Rights activist Terry Angel Mason, will be a special guest on A Touch of Grace radio show with host G.D. Grace - INTERVIEW ARCHIVED AND ACCESSIBLE AT ANY TIME!
The live show can be heard at:
The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth So Help Me God!
BLACK PASTOR EVICTS GAY ACTIVIST AND GAY AFFIRMING PASTORS FROM MEETING: SEE IT YOURSELF -- VIDEO LINK:
Are you planning your gay wedding? Would you like ideas for fantastic venues, dresses, cakes and more?
Come to the BT Convention Centre on the 3rd March 2013, for the National Gay Wedding Show, where you will be able to view a wide range of products and services across the whole wedding market.
Under amendments made to The Marriages and Civil Partnerships Regulations in 2011, allowing same sex couples to register for a civil partnership, 53,417 ceremonies have been conducted, a number that still continues to rise.
TV show ‘This Morning’ recently discussed women turning to sex with sperm donors in order to have a baby. Sally Windsor joined Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on the sofa on Thursday and said more and more women are turning to websites where men offer natural insemination, as they believe they have a better chance of conceiving.
Sally explained that she herself once considered using the websites as she wanted to have a baby. She said: "As woman we can do this if we want to, there's no more of this idea of sitting back and waiting to become parents - that's a little bit archaic.