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  • How to Navigate an Overstimulated Child July 15, 2024
    We’ve all been there. Out of nowhere, your child is overstimulated, and it seems like there’s no way out. Whether you’re in a public place, leaving a babysitter’s house, or just hanging out at home, once you’ve crossed into the territory of an overstimulated child, it feels like it will never end. There’s hope. Here […] The post How to Navigate an Overstimul […]
    Shane Latshaw
  • Can Coffee Affect Sperm Health? July 7, 2024
    In the pursuit of parenthood, you’re doing all you can to facilitate the plan. Are there roadblocks in your way that you may not even know about? What foods can you eat to ensure a healthy sperm count? What foods should you cut out? What about coffee? Is it dangerous to sperm? Here’s everything you […] The post Can Coffee Affect Sperm Health? appeared first […]
    Shane Latshaw
  • Empowering Choices: The Vital Role of Pre-Vasectomy Reversal Counseling June 5, 2024
    If you are considering a vasectomy, it is important to understand the procedure and all the factors worth considering. Storing sperm before you undergo the procedure is a good idea, because nearly 20 percent of men change their minds after having a vasectomy, deciding that they do want to father a child (or another child) […] The post Empowering Choices: The […]
    Nathaniel Breedlove
  • Unlocking Fertility Secrets: How Lifestyle Impacts Your Reproductive Health June 5, 2024
    Optimizing Fertility through Lifestyle If you have been trying to conceive without success, consider this: when it comes to fertility, lifestyle factors can have a major impact. There are some elements of fertility that are beyond your control, of course, like your genetic makeup and your age. However, there is a lifestyle and infertility connection […] The […]
    Nathaniel Breedlove
  • Breaking Ground: The Latest Innovations in Infertility Research June 5, 2024
    Advances in Infertility Research The first successful in vitro fertilization took place in 1977, and since then, technology has improved dramatically, leading to a wealth of cutting-edge infertility solutions. This is wonderful news for the millions of Americans affected by infertility struggles, which impact about 12 percent of women between the ages of 15 […]
    Nathaniel Breedlove
  • Preserving Fertility: A Deep Dive into Modern Methods June 5, 2024
    Reproductive Health Innovations If you are struggling with infertility, working with a specialist can help you determine which treatments are right for you. As science progresses, more and more treatments are available, both in terms of achieving pregnancy and fertility preservation options. Both male and female infertility issues can be overcome with the co […]
    Nathaniel Breedlove
  • Does age impact vasectomy reversal success? April 29, 2024
    Modern Vasectomy Reversals Vasectomy reversal used to be a long shot, but in recent decades, technological advancements have made it a much more effective procedure. With the advent of microsurgical techniques, the success rate of this intricate procedure has risen significantly. In the 1970s and 80s, a vasectomy reversal could be expected to succeed, return […]
    Frederick Hill
  • Should you manage your children’s screen time? April 25, 2024
    The Omnipresence of Screens Everywhere we go, everything we do in our modern lives, screens are ubiquitous. Computers, televisions, tablets, and smartphones are everywhere, and most of us spend hours of our days staring at screens. We’ve long known this is not healthy for growing brains but, for most parents, the pandemic derailed our efforts […] The post Sh […]
    Frederick Hill
  • Tips for Step Parenting April 24, 2024
    Blending a Family After the loss of a spouse, through death or divorce, finding a new partner is exciting! Just as exciting, but more cause for anxiety, is the blending of two different lives. Being a parent is challenging; being a stepparent is even more difficult. Even if you weren’t warring with the established and […] The post Tips for Step Parenting app […]
    Frederick Hill
  • Understanding Your Newborn’s Language April 23, 2024
    Communicating with Your Newborn Babies cry, everyone knows that. What you might not realize until you become a parent, though, is that different cries mean different things. Because it’s an ability they’re born with, babies use crying to communicate their needs, and part of your job is to try to figure out exactly what those […] The post Understanding Your N […]
    Frederick Hill