Wishing everyone a super celebratory summer weekend! And for anyone not able to watch fireworks, here’s one for you!
Today in The Atlantic is a well-researched article – When Missed Periods are a Metabolic Problem – on PCOS, a disease that affects up to 10 percent of woman and can seriously affect one’s ability to become pregnant.
Unfortunately, as the article points out: “awareness of the condition is not widespread and many physicians do not […]
I am proud once again to have been chosen for Best Doctors 2015 – published in the latest issue of New York Magazine. This is my 18th consecutive year making the list, and I am honored to be included in such a stellar group of doctors.
I also wish to congratulate my colleague at the NYU […]
TED-Ed has created this excellent video which explains the IVF process.
Since 1978 when Louise Brown was born – the first baby to be born by IVF – over 5 million babies having been born to date using in vitro fertilization. Amazing statistics!
Did you know it takes 2 months to make sperm? Or that 90% of ejaculated sperm is deformed? If not, and want to know 5 more facts about sperm, check out this article on the Medical Daily website.
As I always say, knowledge is power.
Also, wishing everyone a happy, healthy June!
New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that: while not widespread, births to women 50 and older do happen — more now than ever before. A total of 677 US women over the age of 50 gave birth in 2013, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s […]