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The Isolating Experience of Infertility

The Isolating Experience of Infertility

Statistically speaking, about one in eight couples have trouble conceiving. In the United States alone, that is about 561,000 couples! The staggering statistic can be an abstract thought. But if we put it into perspective, that is nearly half the population of Rhode Island! So, if you are dealing with infertility, know that

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5 Awesome Water Sports to Try for Fitness and Fun 

5 Awesome Water Sports to Try for Fitness and Fun 

Maybe you are looking for new ways to fit in a workout and want to take advantage of lakes, rivers, and oceans. Here are some awesome water sports you may want to try: Paddleboarding This is also known as paddle surfing. The sport’s origins can be traced back to Polynesia and the

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5 Common Myths about Men’s Health

According to a study cited by the CDC, when it comes to seeing a doctor for annual exams and preventive services, men are less likely than women to do so. In fact, twice as many men as women had no contact with a doctor over a year’s time. Men tend to avoid

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Steps To Take When Infertility is Suspected

Today, more than ever before more men live with the anxiety of this being infertile. In fact, it is estimated that x 14% of all couples worldwide struggle with infertility and, about half of the cases wherein infertility is suspected the fault is attributed to men. Of course, there are a number

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Could Exercise Improve the Prostate Cancer Survival Rate?

In the modern United States, prostate cancer is survivable. While some factors play into the general survival of diseases, one major factor is an early diagnosis. Nearly 3.3 million American men are survivors of prostate cancer, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). These men account for 21% of all survivors worldwide.

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