Category: Environmental Toxins
Senate Republicans, under the auspices of our current administration, voted to dismantle the Stream Protection Rule (SPR) in 2017. SPR was a significant achievement, and pivotal element of the Obama-era’s body of environmental safeguard legislation. SPR required coal mining companies to monitor the environmental effects caused by mining, and to restore mined areas back to their original, p...
This informational booklet will give you some of the tools you need to make educated decisions about your reproductive health, in the hopes that you can avoid certain types of infertility later on, if motherhood is a goal. Knowledge of your biological clock, STD prevention and avoiding environmental toxins can help stack the odds in your favor.
Patients often feel a loss of control over their lives when they enter into fertility treatment. Capable, professional men and women who are used to exercising personal power and making their own decisions are suddenly thrust into a world of medical tests, procedures and treatments that are largely dictated by someone else. In order to ease the anxiety associated with...
There is mounting scientific evidence to support the claim that environmental factors
have an effect on fertility. From common household items to cancer treatments, there is a myriad of chemicals that both men and womenmay wish to avoid to help increase one's ability to conceive a child.