To mark National Women’s Health Week, we are featuring research examining how stress response systems may impact fertility and fetal development.
Infertility can lead to stress, isolation, anxiety and hopelessness, but with fertility awareness-based methods, couples may feel more empowered. FABMs facilitate conversation about the female cycle; for some women
With National Infertility Awareness Week coming up the last week of April, we will feature a series of articles to raise awareness about infertility, the many aspects of health related to this condition and the important role fertility awareness-based methods may play in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility as well as some of the common underlying causes.
This summary of research introduces the various fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) that can be used effectively for family planning and offers reassuring news regarding the effect of ubiquitous stressors on rates of conception. Read more in this research summary by Thomas Pacheco!
The month of October provides an opportunity to raise awareness about several important issues impacting women’s health, and FACTS will address each of these topics throughout the month. National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day will take place later this month, and we begin by raising awareness about disparities that affect Black women and their children disproportionately. Dr. Sarah Gebrezghi reviewed a 2013 study titled, “Risk of miscarriage among black women and white women in a U.S. Prospective Cohort Study.” Her summary of this important research includes a timely call to action.