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    Commentary: Be concerned about unhealthy mindsets about dating and marriage, not fewer babies

    Inconsistent messaging about dating, practical constraints and overconfidence may have been the reasons behind delayed childbearing, says the Lee ...
  2. Bernard Norman Barwin, a fertility doctor who used his own sperm to inseminate patients

    Canada doctor censured for using own sperm to inseminate patients

  3. FILE PHOTO: Democratic 2020 U.S. presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)

    Senator Gillibrand wants insurance to pay for fertility treatments

    U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand on Wednesday proposed requiring insurance companies to cover expensive fertility ...
  4. China's National Bureau of Statistics is expected to release official total birth figures for

    Commentary: Who does more housework may shape whether couples have a second child

    Gender inequality is contributing to low fertility, particularly in East Asian countries, says Mary C Brinton at Harvard University.
  5. Orban's plan is designed to encourage Hungarian women to have more children and thus reverse

    Commentary: What Hungary is doing for families and women’s work-life balance

    Viktor Orban’s critics have been equally slow to understand the social and economic policies that help families and underpin his popularity, says ...
  6. newborn, baby hands

    Commentary: A big decision, what to expect when you go for IVF

    In vitro fertilisation treatment depends on your infertility diagnosis, and undertaking it can impact you in many ways, healthcare experts Hannah ...
  7. Athletics - Diamond League - Monaco - Shot Put

    Double Olympic shotput champion Adams to have second child

    Two-time Olympic shotput champion Valerie Adams is to have a second child, with the news coming just weeks after she opened up about her problems ...
  8. baby infant child newborn hand holding illustration

    Commentary: A demographic deficit emerges, as global fertility rates decline

    Around the world, fertility rates are reaching below replacement levels, a problem apparent in developed countries, amidst shrinking workforces ...