Friday May 26th, 2023

The First Woman to Get a Uterus Transplant is Pregnant

Just weeks after she had surgery for a uterus transplant, the first woman to have this procedure done in Australia is pregnant! Kirsty Bryant had […]
Saturday May 20th, 2023

Fertility Coverage is Still Out of Reach for Many

Infertility remains a common problem for both men and women in the United States, but insurance policies often don’t cover treatments. Getting in vitro fertilization […]
Friday May 12th, 2023

40-Year-Old British Surrogacy Law is Under Review

A 40-year-old law about British surrogacy is being considered for changes that would give the intended parents of the child legal status as soon as […]
Wednesday May 3rd, 2023

The VA in Atlanta is Throwing Drive Thru Baby Showers for Veterans

While baby showers are common occurrences, they’re generally planned and coordinated by family and friends. In Atlanta, the VA decided it was going to offer […]
Saturday April 29th, 2023

Babies Born Via Surrogacy Or Donors Are As Happy As Other Children

A recent study from the University of Cambridge took a look at children who were conceived naturally, versus children who were conceived through assisted reproduction, […]
Friday April 21st, 2023

1 in 6 People Globally Affected By Infertility

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), one in six people around the world are being affected by issues with infertility. In other words, it’s […]
Friday April 7th, 2023

French Minister Supports Surrogacy

French Minister of Labor, Oliver Dussopt, supports surrogacy and other assisted reproductive technology options. He talked openly about this issue in an interview where he […]
Sunday April 2nd, 2023

Breaking the Stigma of Male Infertility

Infertility in women is a relatively common medical topic, but what about infertility in men? Not only is this issue not discussed nearly as much […]
Thursday March 23rd, 2023

More Fertility Options Required For White House Workforce

A lot of current government health insurers don’t cover all the medical bills for fertility treatments. Because of that, government employees are finding that they […]
Friday March 17th, 2023

Pregnant Woman Crushes 6 Minute Mile Just Before Her Due Date

For professional runner Makenna Myler, running when there are major life milestones coming up has been a pattern. Before her wedding, for example, she ran […]
Friday March 10th, 2023

Details on Idaho’s New Bill Regarding Surrogacy

Idaho is one of the most popular states for surrogacy, and many people consider it a hub for the procedure. Now, for the first time, […]
Tuesday March 7th, 2023

Starting in 2023, Donor Conceived Kids Will Be Able To Access Donor Information

In the past the records for sperm or egg donation were typically sealed in the UK, with very little information provided to the children born […]
Friday February 24th, 2023

Details on My Body, My Data Act from Rep. Sara Jacobs

Representative Sara Jacobs is most likely the first person to publicly talk about her period on the floor at the US House of Representatives. She […]
Thursday February 23rd, 2023

Lesbian Woman’s Parental Rights Transferred to Sperm Donor

In Oklahoma a judge recently ruled that the parental rights of a lesbian woman are terminated, with those rights going to the child’s sperm donor. […]
Friday February 10th, 2023

New Study Reveals No Link Between IVF and Childhood Development Issues

A recent study has come out revealing that the use of IVF doesn’t pose a risk for developmental issues in childhood. More than 400,000 children, […]
Tuesday February 7th, 2023

D.C. Insurance Companies May Soon Have to Cover Fertility Treatments

A bill has been reintroduced by D.C. Councilmember Christina Henderson that may put IVF in reach for more people in the local area. The goal […]