Even though it has been widely circulated, there is no truth to it. They have no biological connection. Other factors are more likely to blame for any apparent connection.
If you are having difficulty conceiving, it makes reasonable that you would want to do everything possible to conceive. However, consuming yams or goji berries will not help you conceive.
Nope. Cranberry juice and UTIs have been linked forever, but the NIH maintains cranberry products don't treat UTIs.
Even if you are breastfeeding, you can regain your capacity to ovulate. Even if you haven't had a period yet, this is still true.
In fact, many STDs are asymptomatic. People may not even be aware that they possess them. This is why STI testing and protected sex are so vital.
It's now recommended by the ACOG that pregnant women get 30 minutes or more of moderate physical activity each day.
A man's ailment, heart disease is "absolutely not." More people in this country die from heart disease than from all malignancies combined.
That's not the case. The only way to protect your growing fetus from the virus is to get a flu shot while you are pregnant.
Some women with 21-day cycles ovulate on day 7 or 8. They get pregnant after long periods.
According to a survey of the scientific literature, the use of soy has no substantial influence on human health.