Work Environment Plays A Role In IVF Treatment Success, Study Finds
While money is a factor in patients' success, that didn't explain why teachers were more than six times more likely to become pregnant after seeking treatment.
Study: Your Job Has A Big Impact On Fertility Treatment Success
Having summers off may not be the biggest benefit of being a teacher. A new study from FertilityIQ, an online platform for fertility patients, shows teachers are six times more likely than their peers to have success when undergoing IVF. (Johnson, 4/25)
In other women's health news —
The Sacramento Bee:
UC Davis Research Finds Estrogen Helps Women’s Brain Health
Research on rhesus monkeys at UC Davis suggests estrogen therapy may benefit post-menopausal women’s brain health, but the therapy remains controversial because of increased risks for cancer, blood clots and stroke. (Ortiz, 4/25)