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Follicle stimulating hormone FSH

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) now has become an established means of ovulation induction (OI) as part of assisted reproductive technology (ART). FSH is used to induce development of multiple foll...

Vaginitis

Vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina. It can result in discharge, itching and pain, and is often associated with an irritation or infection of the vulva. It is usually due to infection. Vulvov...

Toxic Shock Syndrome TSS

Toxic shock syndrome is a rare but very serious illness that can develop rapidly in anyone From a UK population of around 60 million there were about 40 cases reported each year, half of which are a...

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Enough oxygen long before animals rose

(University of Southern Denmark) Oxygen is crucial for the existence of animals on Earth. But, an increase in oxygen did not apparently lead to the rise of the first animals. New research shows that 1...

CDC Labs Killed Animals by Drowning, Hyperthermia, PETA Says

Laboratory animals were killed in accidents or euthanized after mistakes at CDC laboratories, including mishandling of a deadly bird-flu virus, according to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals...

Ecotourism can put wild animals at risk, scientists say

(University of California - Los Angeles) Biologists who analyzed more than 100 research studies on how eco-tourism affects wild animals have concluded that the trips generally benefit the tourists muc...

9 tips to find a doctor if you work with venomous animals

Because of their beauty, their amazing biology, and their use in developing medicines, venomous animals are found in captive collections far beyond their native ranges. Fortunately, accidents involvin...

Microbial companions of humans, animals are highly specialized

Humans and animals are never alone. Everyone is host to over two thousand different species of microbes, of which most colonize our bodies only after we are born. One would assume that the generalists...

Animals Have More Social Smarts Than You May Think

New research reveals that animals interact in surprisingly sophisticated ways -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Microbial companions of humans and animals are highly specialized

(University of Basel) Humans and animals are never alone. Everyone is host to over 2,000 different species of microbes, of which most colonize our bodies only after we are born. One would assume that ...

Sexuality, not extra chromosomes, benefits animals

Most animals, including humans, have two copies of their genome—the full set of instructions needed to make every cell, tissue, and organ in the body. But some animals carry more than two co...

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Early sex determination in the canine foetus by ultrasound and PCR.

Twenty bitches were seen in consultation at the Department of Reproduction at ONIRIS (College of Veterinary Medicine, Food Science and Engineering, Loire Atlantique, Nantes, France) between 25 and 50 ...

ADVANCES IN ANIMAL WELFARE FOR FREE-LIVING ANIMALS.

Over several decades, animal welfare has grown into its own free-standing field of scientific study, from its early beginnings in laboratory animal research to eventually include exhibited animals and...

Attitudes Toward Male and Female Sexuality Among Men and Women with Intellectual Disabilities.

Studies comparing the sexual attitudes of men and women with intellectual disabilities (ID) have been limited. A mixed methods approach was employed to explore attitudes toward sexuality among men and...

Challenges in Intervention Research for Lesbian and Bisexual Women.

More than one-third of U.S. adults are obese, the highest prevalence occurring among women age 60 and older (42.3%), and women ages 40 to 59 (36.0%). This issue is even more pronounced among lesbian a...

"Will I Ever Be a True Woman?" An Exploration of the Experiences of Women With Vestibulodynia.

In this study we explored the experiences of Norwegian women living with vestibulodynia, a chronic disease affecting young women all over the world. Using a phenomenological approach we conducted in-d...

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