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    The heartbroken mother of Daisy Coleman revealed that her daughter killed herself shortly after learning she couldn't have children and that it was likely she couldn't conceive because of the rape she suffered as a teenager.  Coleman, who opened up about her teen rape ordeal in the 2016 Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy, died on August 4 after shooting herself on FaceTime with her on/off boyfriend.  Her mother Melinda told The Sun that the 23-year-old had been told by doctors that just weeks before her death that she would never be able to conceive.    She also claims her daughter had a stalker who had been harrassing her by text since December and who she had filed a police report about just hours before she died. Melinda Coleman revealed that her daughter Daisy, pictured together above, killed herself shortly after learning she couldn't have children and that her infertility was likely caused by the rape she suffered as a teenager and spoke about in Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy  Daisy Coleman, 23, died on August 4 after shooting herself on FaceTime with her on/off...
    Microplastic pollution has been found in human organs — with scientists fearing the tiny particles could increase the risk of infertility and cancer — a study has reported.  Experts from the Arizona State University are the first to show that the tiny plastic particles — which form when larger plastics break down — can enter our tissues.  Microplastics are typically less than 0.2 inches (5 mm) across, but so-called nanoplastic particles can be as small as a fiftieth of the width of a human hair.  Previous studies had established that the particles can be ingested by humans and animals — such as via drinking water — and pass through the gastrointestinal tract. The latest findings, however, are the first to show that they can also accumulate within human organs including the kidneys, liver and lungs. Although the health impacts of this build-up in humans is unknown, experts have linked microplastic pollution to inflammation, infertility and cancer in animals.  Microplastics, pictured, have been found in human organs — with scientists fearing the tiny particles could increase the risk of infertility...
    The most recent coronavirus menace actually hits under the belt. A brand new research claims the coronavirus can’t solely rob you of your style and odor — it might go away males infertile and could possibly be transmitted sexually. The research, revealed final month in JAMA, a month-to-month open-access medical journal revealed by the American Medical Affiliation, discovered the presence of COVID-19 in 15% of semen samples collected. Researcher Dr. John Aitken likened it to the Zika virus. “It ought to be emphasised spermatozoa have a demonstrable capability to hold viral infections from the male to the feminine reproductive tract, As occurs through the sexual transmission of Zika, for instance,” he informed native San Antonio Fox 8. Zika virus is a principally mosquito-borne virus that may also be sexually transmitted. The research additionally discovered that COVID-19 in human sperm “results in a build-up of angiotensin II, which is a hormone that regulates kidney perform and blood strain. Elevated ranges of this hormone trigger an immune response towards the invading COVID-19 virus particles that will increase the provision of reactive oxygen species...
    The latest coronavirus threat really hits below the belt. A new study claims the coronavirus can not only rob you of your taste and smell — it may leave men infertile and could be transmitted sexually. The study, published last month in JAMA, a monthly open-access medical journal published by the American Medical Association, found the presence of COVID-19 in 15% of semen samples collected. Researcher Dr. John Aitken likened it to the Zika virus. “It should be emphasized spermatozoa have a demonstrable capacity to carry viral infections from the male to the female reproductive tract, As happens during the sexual transmission of Zika, for example,” he told local San Antonio Fox 8. Zika virus is a mostly mosquito-borne virus that can also be sexually transmitted. The study also found that COVID-19 in human sperm “leads to a build-up of angiotensin II, which is a hormone that regulates kidney function and blood pressure. Increased levels of this hormone cause an immune response against the invading COVID-19 virus particles that increases the availability of reactive oxygen species that causes cell death… Prolonged exposure...
    Trump administration cuts CDC out of data collection on hospitalized COVID-19 patients. The move has immediate effect. 11 chains including Walmart, Kroger, and Kohls are now requiring customers to wear masks. Heres the full list: Michelle Buteau on Her Struggles with Infertility and Adoption, as Well as Racism in Healthcare Michelle Buteau's journey to having a family was not an easy one. © Dia Dipasupil/WireImage Michelle Buteau In a candid new interview with the podcast Infertile AF, the 42-year-old comedian opened up about her years-long struggle with infertility, which saw four miscarriages, several rounds of in vitro fertilization (IVF), hurdles relating to adoption and racial discrimination at fertility clinics before she finally welcomed twins Hazel and Otis via surrogate. "My first miscarriage, the doctor said, 'You have more embryos banked — we'll just screen them. We'll do pre-genetic screening.' And I was like, 'Well, why didn't you do that before [they were frozen]?' " Buteau recalled in the interview. "And he said something like, 'I don't like your tone.' " "Not only is it a thing for a woman...
    Chuck Wicks and wife Kasi Morstad have revealed their struggle with male infertility as they announced that they are expecting a baby boy. The 40-year-old country star and his 36-year-old wife detailed their journey to conceiving a child with People magazine on Wednesday.  The happy couple are due to welcome a baby boy in December after medical tests revealed Chuck suffered with infertility. Amazing: Chuck Wicks and wife Kasi Morstad (pictured in April 2019) have revealed their struggle with male infertility as they announced that they are expecting a baby boy in an interview with People magazine 'It's just such a miracle, such a blessing,' he said. 'I'm thankful for amazing doctors, thankful for science.' The couple told the publication that they had been trying to get pregnant since soon after their wedding in July 2019. Kasi has three daughters from a previous marriage - 9-year-old Avery, 19-year-old Madison and 21-year-old Makenzie (the latter two adopted during her earlier marriage) - and Chuck had always wanted to become a father.  'It's just such a miracle, such a blessing':...
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