Two PhDs, our Founder, Dr Hayley Dickinson and Dr Jessica Greiger, talk about the reality of fertility and diet research and what it means for the food choices we might make.
"Women are like superheroes, with powers of physical transformation that enable the phenomenal feat of reproduction. Without them, our species would perish. To think of women as the weaker sex is to deny their superpowers."
Associate Professor Tim Moss inspires a better understanding of the changes that occur in a woman's immune system during pregnancy.
We dive into a recent study in Human Reproduction that shows an association between urine concentrations of toxicants found in personal care products and the timing of puberty in children.