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Parents at very high risk of having a child with a life-threatening disease may soon have the chance of a healthy, genetically related child.
That vasectomy that seemed like a good idea a few years ago, but what if you want more babies now? Vasectomy reversal isn’t as easy as changing your mind. Here’s what you need to know.
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Up to 10 percent of women have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Here’s what you should know if you think you might be one of them.
One in 10 Canadian women suffers from endometriosis—a painful, chronic and often misdiagnosed disease that causes internal bleeding and scarring during your period.
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