Carley Warner, a medical student who participated in the FACTS elective, summarized a 2018 meta-analysis published in Advances in Nutrition of more than two dozen randomized clinical trials that assessed factors affecting sperm quality.
As we commemorate those who have given their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces this Memorial Day Weekend, we highlight a review article summary written by a Family Physician who served in the Air Force.
As we continue our series highlighting Mental Health Awareness Month, we are featuring a patient interview that makes clear the dual need for comprehensive contraceptive counseling in modern medicine and compassionate care for patients with mental health issues.
To continue our series related to Mental Health Awareness month, we are featuring research that explored the connection between infertility, fertility treatments and emotional and psychological distress.
: Given May is Mental Health Awareness month, we are continuing to feature summaries of research related to the various ways fertility and infertility intersect with psychiatric, mental and emotional wellbeing — in this instance the intergenerational health of children born to mothers with maternal polycystic ovary syndrome.
As part of National Women’s Health Week and Mental Health Awareness Month, we are continuing to highlight how fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) can give women the agency to understand and navigate their own menstrual cycles.