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The first successful birth after ovarian tissue transplant has occurred in Belgium after a woman diagnosed with sickle cell anemia had an ovary removed and frozen before menarche, according to Reuters. Removing and freezing the ovary was the only option for potentially preserving her fertility with the...
A four year study published in PLoS Medicine has found that postmenopausal hormone therapy does not affect mental acuity, according to a report from Reuters. A decrease in mental sharpness was expected but researchers found no change in cognitive ability but a surprising improvement in mood for women taking...
A recent study done by Brigham and Women’s Hospital has found that, contrary to a 2006 FDA report, antidepressants known as serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) do not seem to increase the risk of babies being born with pulmonary hypertension. According to CBS News, the Harvard study looked at 3.8...