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S’pore to boost assisted reproduction

SINGAPORE: The government here will lift the age limit of 45 for women to undergo in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), and will allow some co-funded treatments to be started at a later age.

Of sex positions, food and getting pregnant

PETALING JAYA: When couples decide to start trying for a baby, it’s hard to distinguish between old wives’ tales and what really works to increase the chances of pregnancy.

It’s in the timing

PETALING JAYA: Timing is everything if you want to increase your chances of getting pregnant, experts say.

Private hospital sued over false claims about ‘natural’ method for conceiving twins

BEIJING: A hospital in eastern China that claims it can help women increase their chance of conceiving twins using natural methods has been sued for misleading advertising, Chinese media reported.

China giant panda gives birth to twins

Beijing (AFP) - A giant panda in China has given birth to two cubs, conservation authorities said, the first twins of the critically endangered species this year even though multiple births are common.

Vietnam finds twins with different fathers

HANOI: Vietnam has identified an extremely rare case of bi-paternal twins -- twins with different fathers -- a professor at a DNA testing lab in Hanoi told AFP Tuesday.

World record set with birth

KUALA LUMPUR: The two iconic giant pandas at Zoo Negara have set a world record by being the first pair to naturally reproduce within a short period of time while in capti­vity.

A woman’s best friend

FOR us women, it is crucial to know the exact time “Aunt Flow” is visiting, for various reasons.

More China couples see double

THE birth rate of twins in China has increased rapidly after women found a way to bypass the country’s one-child policy by taking fertility drugs, reported Sin Chew Daily.

IVF increases risk of birth defects, say researchers

WASHINGTON: In vitro fertilisation (IVF) may increase the risk of birth defects, said researchers at the ongoing American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference. hr noshade size=-1 width=50%>