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Fertility Network Aug 5
What could help you prepare for IVF? “Exercise and try and lower your stress levels - even though that is difficult during these times."
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Reproductive Health Group Jul 24
This online Fertility Nutrition E-course is for those who want to proactively improve their and their future baby’s health. It has a section specifically for those on IVF and for those who need to lose weight for IVF. Try the 4 free videos:
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Public Health England Jul 14
Now more than ever, taking care of your mind and body is really important. Check out to get your personalised ‘Mind Plan’ and discover tips for taking care of your mental wellbeing:
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Myfertile Jul 14
As well as playing a crucial role in regulating reproductive function, cortisol also regulates how well your immune system works. This why our scientists are supporting led by and We just love science! 🔬🦠🧪
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CARE Fertility Jul 14
Delighted that CARE took part in initial trials for this really important study - looking forward to the findings guys!!
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New Scientist Jul 6
Hair sample tests may give women more accurate fertility predictions
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Myfertile Jul 10
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resolveorg Jul 3
There are a whole lot of acronym-y terms you may come across as you begin your fertility treatment journey. If you are new to the lingo here's a guide to help you crack the infertility code.
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Simon Fishel Apr 30
Support for is marvellous as it has important implications & the technology offered by and their London colleagues is the only laboratory test globally for accurately validated long-term assessment of stress via cortisol measurement - and its easy!
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COVID-19 Stress and Health Study Jul 3
The second phase of the Covid-19 Stress and Health Study led by in collaboration with and is underway across the UK. A message from Chief Investigator Professor Kavita Vedhara.
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Myfertile Jul 2
Cortisol levels in hair play a crucial role in helping to understand the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on your physical health. Our scientists continue to support being carried out by 🧪
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COVID-19 Stress and Health Study Jun 30
It’s almost time! In April, 3097 people joined Thank you! The second phase of the study starts tomorrow. Please help us again by completing another online survey and taking a second hair sample. Keep an eye out for your email invitation!
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Fertility Network Jun 22
Have you tried our online yet? Have a go this Wednesday at 8pm, and don't worry, no one can see your downward dog! Only our lovely yoga instructor will be onscreen. -
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Imperial College Jun 19
New study shows that high levels of stress hormone cortisol are associated with greater risk of death from Find our more about the findings 👇
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Leeds Fertility Jun 19
We know life is a little different right now, but we want to help support you and your fertility. Here are a few simple tips. We are here for you.
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Myfertile Jun 19
Work from colleagues high cortisol associated with great risk of death from Covid-19. We continue to support led by
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The Body Coach Jun 9
Good morning world 🌎 We are live 🔴 Please share so more people can get involved 🙏🏻
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Mental Health Fdn Jun 4
🤝Kindness can be the key to turning things around when they feel upside down😊... Did you know that kindness can help to reduce stress? 🌟 We want Kindness to shape the type of world we live in💚
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Fertility Network Jun 3
We had such amazing feedback about our , so we've arranged another 4 weeks! We'd love to invite as many people who are to join in for 4 weeks, starting from the 10th June. Please share to invite your to sign up!
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