SF Fertility Startup Aims To Make Starting A Family EasierA recent survey showed that the U.S. Birthrate hit a 32-year-low last year. One major reason is many people are having kids later. Now a Bay Area startup wants to make it cheaper and easier to start a family.
Fertility Specialists Give Advice To Women Struggling With InfertilityFormer First Lady Michelle Obama talked about her own experience with in vitro fertilization in her book. Black Renaissance host Christin Ayers continues that conversation with naturopathic doctor Autmatma Shah and Yale/Harvard grad Dr. Collin Smikle, founder and director of Laurel Fertility Care in San Francisco.
Michelle Obama Reveals Miscarriage, Slams President Trump In New BookIn an interview about her upcoming memoir, "Becoming," Michelle Obama opened up about a struggle many American women know all too well, but often feel they can't discuss publicly: infertility and miscarriage.
Parenting Of The Future: Many Embryos, Each With DNA Profile"The majority of babies of people who have good health coverage will be conceived this way," predicts Henry Greely, a Stanford University law professor who works in bioethics.
Emerging Technologies Making Sex-Less Reproduction A Growing TrendA revolutionary way for human beings to reproduce appears inevitable, and the future may be closer than any of us can imagine.
George Michael Helped a British Woman Pay For IVFShortly after her child was born, Maidment received flowers and a note from George Michael offering his congratulations and requesting that his gift remain anonymous.
Chrissy Teigen & John Legend Welcome Their First DaughterTeigen gave birth to Luna Simone Thursday, April 14th...
HealthWatch: Stanford Researchers Unlocking Secrets Of Successful IVFMore than 60,000 babies are born each year due to in vitro fertilization, but those numbers may go up thanks to some revealing research out of Stanford University.