• If you’re thinking of visiting a fertility clinic, you probably have many questions. Find out the answers to some of the most frequently asked fertility clinic questions.

  • Unfortunately, miscarriage occurs in about 15% to 25% of pregnancies. Learn more about miscarriage, how to cope with the loss, and the impact it can have on your relationship with your partner.

  • Celebrities face the same sorts of fertility challenges as everyone else. Take a peek into the struggles of these four notable women. (Photo credit: Anirudh Koul.)

  • It can be difficult to maintain a healthy sex life while trying to conceive a baby. Find out more about fertility and how it can affect your sex life.

  • Trying to conceive can be a stressful time for couples experiencing fertility problems. Find out more about infertility and stress and how you can cope.

  • Current research reveals there are weighty issues when it comes to infertility. Learn how your body weight can directly influence your ability to conceive, and see why there is no time like the present to reach your healthiest weight.

  • If you're trying to conceive, you may be wondering how long it should take and whether you should be concerned about your fertility. Learn more about the biology of baby-making, possible causes of infertility, whether you could be at risk of fertility problems, and when to seek help.

  • Ovulation induction (OI) is a fertility treatment that helps women get pregnant when they have ovulation problems. Learn more about how OI works, what it's like to have OI, and whether OI may be right for you. Find out how to talk to your doctor about OI and fertility issues.

  • Fertility problems and infertility may be more common than you think. Find out how common infertility is in Canada, how infertility is defined, the risk factors for infertility, and how the number of people facing fertility problems has changed over the years.

  • Men and women play equal parts in conception, but infertility is often viewed as a "woman's problem." The truth is that infertility affects men just as much as women. Find out more about male infertility and what you can do to treat it.

  • Have you been stressed because you've been trying to become pregnant? Find out about the stress that can accompany trying to get pregnant and what you can do to cope with it.

  • An active lifestyle is the key to keeping fit and healthy. Read on for tips on nutrition and injury prevention.

  • Food plays a key role in our lives, both when we're sick and when we're well. How much do you know about how it affects you? Grow your knowledge about the food you eat and the food you buy.

  • Wish you could check your blood pressure or cholesterol in the comfort of your own home? You already know that do-it-yourself pregnancy tests are on hand at pharmacies, but did you know they also stock self-testing kits for a range of health conditions? We give you the lowdown on two home kits now available.

  • If you're like many Canadians, you consider your family doctor to be one of the most valuable resources you have when it comes to managing your health. But knowing how to talk to your doctor can help you get the most out of this vital relationship.

  • We're happy to observe that fitness is very popular these days. There are a lot of ideas about what you need to do, where you need to do it, and what you need to eat and drink (or avoid) to maintain top form. We're here to give you some straightforward, level-headed, and economical advice.

  • Meditation is often recommended as a way of reducing stress and even improving health. Find out what it involves.

  • Only about 15% of Canadians get enough regular physical activity. But it's easier than you may think. Read on for exercise and nutrition tips to stay active and fit.

  • Want a better sex life? Many of us struggle with low desire, erection problems, or premature ejaculation. Find out how to overcome these problems and enjoy the sex life you've always wanted!

  • The term sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is now used for what were formerly known as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The rates of many STIs, including HIV/AIDS, are on the rise, especially in people aged 25 and under. STIs can lead to infertility, chronic pain, or cancer. In some cases, they can be fatal. Find out how to protect yourself, and what to do if you think you may have an STI.

  • Quitting smoking is an important step towards better health, but it's not easy! Fortunately, there are programs and medications to help. Read on to learn more about smoking cessation.

  • Feeling stressed? Most of us feel pressured by the demands of daily life. But sometimes too much stress can make you sick. Reducing stress can help improve your overall health and energy. Find out how to simplify your life, get support, and use relaxation techniques to fight stress.

  • Yoga: the word may bring to mind pictures of people holding seemingly impossible poses - but it's about more than just flexibility. The ancient art of yoga endures in our modern world for many good reasons.

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