Glyphosate Exposure During Pregnancy Changes Baby Girl Hormones
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Glyphosate Exposure During Pregnancy Changes Baby Girl Hormones

Glyphosate is a herbicide (the most widely used herbicide in human history) used to destroy certain plants and grasses, harvest crops, and ripen fruit. Since 1974, at least 18.9 billion pounds of glyphosate-based herbicides have been sprayed worldwide. After introducing genetically modified crops in 1996, glyphosate usage has risen dramatically. (1,6) A new peer-reviewed pilot study on…

Fertility Rate: ‘Jaw-Dropping’ Global Crash In Children Being Born
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Fertility Rate: ‘Jaw-Dropping’ Global Crash In Children Being Born

According to researchers, the world is experiencing a crash in births. Falling fertility could have a “jaw-dropping” impact on societies, including shrinking populations that could be halved by the next millennium. (1)  A Look at Fertility Rates Dropping Researchers at the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation found global fertility rates had…

Sugar Intake During Pregnancy is Linked to Child’s Allergies
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Sugar Intake During Pregnancy is Linked to Child’s Allergies

If you’re a Health Hero – or Health Hero in the making – you probably know all about the power of nutrition. As a firm believer that food is medicine, I know that making good food choices is one of the most effective and natural ways to improve your health from the inside out. How you…

Considering Prenatal Chromosomal Testing?
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Considering Prenatal Chromosomal Testing?

Are you pregnant and considering, or undecided, about having prenatal chromosomal testing done?Here’s some thoughtful advice that may help in your decision making. 1. What is the advantage of prenatal testing? Early detection of Down’s Syndrome is the primary advantage of prenatal testing, as it is the most common chromosomal abnormality among live births. 2….

10 Tips to Help Improve Nausea in Pregnancy
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10 Tips to Help Improve Nausea in Pregnancy

Original Article Published on www.gynogroupie.com Nausea during pregnancy is very common, affecting more than 50% of pregnant women. Though commonly called ‘Morning Sickness,’ the symptoms can occur on any day. Nausea of pregnancy usually improves by 14-16 weeks but can continue throughout the pregnancy for some women. Nausea during pregnancy is generally not harmful to your…