Environmental contaminants can have an impact on reproductive health and fertility.
In Plastics and Cans, a Threat to Women
CDC Releases Final National Public Health Action Plan for the Detection, Prevention and Management of Infertility
ASRM, ACOG, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the March of Dimes Host Congressional Briefing
Effects of BPA and Phthalates on Conception and Pregnancy
Highlights from Fertility and Sterility: Environmental Chemicals Harm Reproductive Health
ASRM and ACOG Issue Opinion Advocating for Reduction in Toxic Environmental Agents
Applications for UCSF Reproductive Health and the Environment Training Program Being Accepted
Help Get The Word Out - Link to ReproductiveFacts.org
Environmental versus genetic sex determination: a possible factor in dinosaur extinction?
George Washington’s infertility: Why was the father of our country never a father?
Smoking And Infertility
Pérdida recurrente del embarazo (Recurrent preganancy loss)
Optimizing Male Fertility
Evaluation and treatment of recurrent pregnancy loss: a committee opinion
Endometriosis (Spanish booklet)
Sangrado Uterino Anormal (Abnormal Uterine Bleeding)(2)
Cross-border reproductive care
Exposure to toxic environmental agents
Will toxins in the environment affect my ability to have children?
Fibroids and Fertility
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