1. Many Women Underestimate Fertility Clock’s Clang
A new survey finds many women dramatically underestimate how much fertility declines with age.
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    Many Women Underestimate Fertility Clock’s Clang

    A new survey finds many women dramatically underestimate how much fertility declines with age.

    Photo courtesy of Kate Donnellon Nail

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  1. A new study presented [in October] by the National Foundation for Fertility Research at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Florida showed that men after 40 are — just like women — increasingly less fertile. In fact, the lead scientist on the study, Mandy Katz-Jaffe, says, bluntly, that men who are 35 and not yet partnered should consider freezing their sperm.

    — Posting again: How Old Is ‘Too Old’ for Fatherhood - The Daily Beast

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  1. A new study presented just last month by the National Foundation for Fertility Research at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Florida showed that men after 40 are—just like women—increasingly less fertile.

    — Older Men Stress Over Having Babies, Too - The Daily Beast

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  1. To sustain themselves, many nations adopt policies to raise, lower, or  maintain their population levels. And while a country’s gross domestic  product may often predict its stance, that’s not always the case. Use our handy dandy interactive world map to learn more about them.
(via World Map: Population Density, Fertility, GDP, And Policies To Control Or Boost Fertility) View in High-Res

    To sustain themselves, many nations adopt policies to raise, lower, or maintain their population levels. And while a country’s gross domestic product may often predict its stance, that’s not always the case. Use our handy dandy interactive world map to learn more about them.

    (via World Map: Population Density, Fertility, GDP, And Policies To Control Or Boost Fertility)

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