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Sex selection popular among infertile women

... purposes. "Sex selection is a topic that's almost taboo for physicians to talk about. Yet it's important to understand patient interest in nonmedical sex selection and adequately address the ethical and social implications before the cat is out of the bag," said Jain. "Prior to this study, there has been ...

Who wants to talk about premature ejaculation?

...ulation (PE), yet this medical condition remains a taboo subject in virtually every culture. Two presentations at this week's 99th Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA) are helping to increase understanding and discussion of this common male sexual condition. "Premature ejaculat...

International, nontraditional adoptions pose challenges to families

...g a young single mother with a baby here isn't the taboo it was 25 years ago; the probability that a birth parent will try to track down and retake their child is not as great; families of mixed ethnicity are more common and widely accepted than in days past; and finally, the idea that they can truly make ...

Alcohol preferences among pregnant Native and African American urban women

...about their pregnancy drinking, which is usually a taboo subject with many women denying their consumption. We are hopeful that other clinics will use our computerized intervention once we have the results of the trial, in ano!ther two years or so."...

Brief exercise improves mental performance in people with chronic lung disease

...ss of breath. Once considered taboo for treating COPD, said Emery, doctors now frequently recommend exercise to their patients in order to help control the symptoms of the disease. COPD is incurable; however, exercise helps in...

Is a one child policy worldwide the solution to human population growth?

...graphers and the United Nations must confront the taboo of demographic entrapment (where a population exceeds its environment, physically and economically). He also believes that the world's population should not be left to sort itself out, but instead that there needs to be intervention....

Addicted Doctors Need Special Service

... to the strain of medical practice, erosion of the taboo against injecting and opiates and access to supplies. Once addicted, doctors face a major problem in accessing effective treatment, finding themselves isolated and carrying a stigma, such that they feel that they cannot seek treatment from colleague...

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