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“One in six Australian couples has infertility problems”
Infertility is the inability of a couple to conceive after a year of unprotected intercourse, or the inability to carry pregnancies to a live birth.
Many couples suffering infertility problems can be successfully treated with lifestyle changes, or medical or surgical interventions. For a fertile couple in their twenties having regular unprotected sex, the chance of conceiving each month is only 25%. Infertility is shared equally among men and women.
Causes of infertility are many and varied and involve male, female or a combination of factors. These include problems with:
It’s only 10 days until Father’s Day so why not get the man in your life some CHANEL? We’ve wrapped up our best-selling Chanel men’s fragrances along with body, bath and shaving products to wear with them.
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Bone health is important at any age, but if you’re over 50 it’s a priority. Both family history and lifestyle factors have an effect on bone health, and so it is important to make bone health a priority in your life. The burden of poor bone health is enormous both in terms of its impact on quality of life and costs to the health care system:
Our bones support us and allow us to move. They protect our brain, heart, and other organs from injury. Our bones also store minerals such as calcium and phosphorous, which help keep our bones strong, and release them into the body when we need them for other uses. Read More >
Fish oil helps to reduce inflammation throughout the body as well as a range of amazing other health benefits. Here are just some of the ways that omega-3s can boost your health.
Arthritis and heart health.
Omega 3 helps protect against stiff, painful joints and play an important role in managing inflammation. It has also been found to help people with rheumatoid arthritis get over morning stiffness faster. Read More >
Be Medicinewise Week helps Australians get the most out of their prescription, over-the-counter and complementary medicines. It promotes the safe and wise use of medicines.
If people are NOT taking medicines as directed then they may be misusing them. This can be any of the following:
The first week of August is World Breastfeeding Week. It is celebrated every year around the world to encourage breastfeeding and improve the health of babies worldwide. This year’s theme is ‘Sustaining breastfeeding together’. This theme focusses on working together for the common good.
Australian statistics from the 2010 Australian National Infant Feeding Survey showed that although most babies (96%) in Australia were initially breastfed, only 39% of babies were exclusively breastfed to 3 months, and only 15% were breastfed to 5 months. Read More >