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Crohn's patient Lizzie Rose loses egg-freezing case - BBC News

A woman who has Crohn's disease loses a legal challenge against a decision to refuse her NHS funding to freeze her eggs before chemotherapy.  
BBC News
over 5 years ago
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Egg, sperm, and fertilization

Visit us (http://www.khanacademy.org/science/healthcare-and-medicine) for health and medicine content or (http://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/mcat) for MCAT...  
YouTube
almost 5 years ago
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Embrology - Day 0 7 Fertilization, Zygote, Blastocyst

https://www.facebook.com/ArmandoHasudungan Support me: http://www.patreon.com/armando Instagram: http://instagram.com/armandohasudungan Twitter: https://twit...  
YouTube
over 4 years ago
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Why does Cystic Fibrosis not affect female fertility?

CF has an immobilising effect on cilia, yet apparently has no adverse effect on female fertility, which requires cilia to transport the recently ovulated egg. Is it just lucky that these cilia aren't affected by CF, or is there a more complicated reason?  
Alice Nunn
almost 7 years ago
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Egg-cellent Easter Science - The Naked Scientists

Naked Scientists - 6th Apr 2015 - Egg-cellent Easter Science  
thenakedscientists.com
over 4 years ago
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Vertebrates 7- Amniotic egg

Part 7 in an 8 part lecture on VERTEBRATES in a flipped General Biology course taught by Wendy Riggs. CC-BY. Watch the whole lecture (all 8 videos) by going ...  
youtube.com
over 4 years ago
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Biology Help: Biology 123 Chapter 8 Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis, Meiosis, egg, sperm, somatic cells, interphase, prophase, anaphase, telophase, cytokinesis, prophase I, prophase II, Metaphase, Metaphase I, Metapha...  
youtube.com
over 4 years ago
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Testing for egg allergies can be done with pasteurised raw egg

New research has found that pasteurised raw egg contains the same main allergens as fresh raw egg, and is therefore still the safest option for testing for allergies.  
medicalnewstoday.com
over 4 years ago
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Family doctors important in advising young women on egg freezing for future fertility

Family physicians have an important role in advising women about the benefits and risks of egg freezing, argues an analysis in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association...  
medicalnewstoday.com
over 4 years ago
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Which Came First -- The Egg or the Diabetes?

Finnish researchers find correlation after almost 20 years.  
medpagetoday.com
over 4 years ago
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Gene editing could prevent mitochondrial disease in children

Editing DNA in mouse egg cells has been used to remove faulty mitochondria, leaving only healthy ones behind to be inherited. It could offer an alternative to controversial three-parent IVF  
feeds.newscientist.com
over 4 years ago
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Fallopian Tube Disorders: Overview, Salpingitis, Salpingitis Isthmica Nodosa

The human oviduct, also known as the fallopian tube, is an essential component of the normal reproductive process. The tube, which connects the peritoneal space to the endometrial cavity, captures the egg after ovulation and transports the sperm from the uterus to the fertilization site in the ampulla (the middle portion of the tube).  
emedicine.medscape.com
about 4 years ago
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7-hair-care-tips-that-works

Hair care is an overall term for parts of hygiene and cosmetology involving the hair on the human head. Hair care will differ according to one's hair type and according to various processes that can be applied to hair. All hair is not the same; hair is a manifestation of human diversity. In this article, We Pulse Designer Fashion Team will share some tips, maintaining your hair is relatively easy with the right kind of steps. Hair is made of protein, so keeping a healthy diet and good hygiene is an essential part of maintaining luscious locks. These are some other tips about hair care, and what you can do at home to get unbelievably beautiful hair. 1. Washing hair properly - Wash hair sparingly and use a good-quality shampoo. Washing hair too often can leave hair dried out, leached of its natural oils, and may damage your hair. Aim to shampoo your hair at most every other day or even only twice a week. 2. Try shampoos that do not contain sulfates or parabens. Sulfates are the chemicals that make shampoos lather up.[1] Parabens are preservatives that cause irritation and eye problems after prolonged use[2]. Both of these chemicals aren't healthy for you or the environment so try to use shampoos with natural cleansers. Choose a shampoo that suits your hair type. Don't just go for any old shampoo; go for the shampoo that works for your hair type. Typical types include (but are not limited to): Curly or coarse hair probably wants frizz-minimizing and softening shampoo. Straight or oily hair probably wants a gentle shampoo designed for daily washing. Colored or treated hair probably needs a shampoo that's fortified with extracts or amino acids, because treating your hair is essentially damaging it. Dry hair probably needs shampoos with glycerin and collagen to help restore some moisture into the hair. 3. Use conditioner that matches your hair type, length, and treatment damage. A good rule of thumb is to condition every time you shampoo your hair, although very processed or dyed hair probably needs a little more love than natural hair. Deep condition once a week. Use a store-bought hair care product, or venture out on your own and try a homemade solution. Deep conditioning is very good for your hair. It keeps hair soft, healthy and moisturized. 4. Condition your hair properly based on hair type: For fine hair: If you have very limp hair, try a botanical oil treatment before you shampoo. Use lavender or tea tree oil, for example, and work it under your cuticles before shampooing. Wash shampoo away and apply conditioner from the mid-shaft down to the end. Leave in for a minute before washing. For medium to thick hair, use a moisturizer with natural hydrators. Keep your conditioner light. Apply conditioner all over your head and let stay for 2-3 minutes. 5. Be careful about using hair care products with too much protein. Too much protein can leave your hair feeling desiccated and brittle. While protein is the building block of healthy hair, use conditioners that come with balanced ingredients. Frizz-control serum can be used in small quantities to tame frizzies. Make sure you do not use too much and wash once a week with a deep-cleanse shampoo to avoid build-up, which will leave hair looking dull and flaky. 6. Rinse your hair with vinegar before shampooing, twice a year. Doing this helps to make your hair look shinier and cleaner; plus, it treats dandruff. Use 1 part vinegar (preferably organic apple cider vinegar) to 3 parts warm water, then rinse and wash your hair as normal. 7. Moisturize your hair. Use five oils: almond, castor, olive, coconut and lavender oils. Mix together equal proportions of each. Alternately, use egg oil. Apply to the hair and leave in for four hours prior to showering out. Repeat twice a week. Pulse Designer Fashion "HAIR CARE" Products  Wet-n-Wavy Frizz Free Curl & Wave Mousse 8oz $15.00 $8.00 Wet n Wavy Creme Moist Curl Creme 6.5 oz $6.00 Remy Silk Mist Leave-In Conditioner 8 oz $22.00 $10.00 BONFI NATURAL Oil Free Wig Shine 8 oz $8.50 Wet-n-Wavy Tangle Free Leave-In Conditioner 12oz $15.00 $8.00 Wet-n-Wavy Wet Gel Liquid Sculpting Gel 12oz $22.00 $10.00 Enjoy shopping!   
pulsedesignerfashion.com
about 4 years ago
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Egg freezing promises to liberate professional women - but creepy corporatism could loom

The procedure is increasingly being sought out by professional women looking to postpone motherhood, but it could have unintended consequences  
theguardian.com
about 4 years ago
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Human Egg Cells ( Read ) | Life Science | CK-12 Foundation

Defines and describes human egg cells and their production.  
ck12.org
about 4 years ago
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Safety of live attenuated influenza vaccine in young people with egg allergy: multicentre prospective cohort study

Study question How safe is live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV), which contains egg protein, in young people with egg allergy?  
feeds.bmj.com
almost 4 years ago
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Safety of live attenuated influenza vaccine in young people with egg allergy: multicentre prospective cohort study

Study question How safe is live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV), which contains egg protein, in young people with egg allergy?  
feeds.bmj.com
almost 4 years ago
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Live attenuated influenza vaccine for children with egg allergy

Influenza vaccine is egg derived and has been contraindicated in people with egg allergy. It contains low residual levels of the egg protein ovalbumin and its use in people with egg allergy theoretically risks an allergic reaction.1 However, no study has shown that residual ovalbumin content can cause adverse events (including anaphylaxis related morbidity or mortality) in egg allergic recipients, or that vaccination is riskier for these recipients than for the general population.2 Many allergy specialists have circumvented the contraindication by using vaccine skin testing, vaccine desensitisation, and vaccines containing low concentrations of ovalbumin (<1.2 µg/mL). But governmental agencies and vaccine manufacturers have continued to issue this contraindication annually.2 3  
feeds.bmj.com
almost 4 years ago