Congratulations to our the Domar Center/Boston IVF's Director of Nutrition, Hillary Wright, on the release of her new book, The Prediabetes Diet Plan!
A practical, empowering guide to managing and reversing prediabetes through diet and exercise, from a registered dietitian.
While diabetes cannot be cured, prediabetes can indeed be reversed, so it is critical to implement lifestyle changes at an early stage. In straightforward, jargon-free language,The Prediabetes Diet Plan explains prediabetes's underlying cause of insulin resistance and … Continue Reading
With all the over-eating, over-spending and over-socializing this time of year, it's normal for your otherwise normal disposition to fall prey to stress and depression, says Dr. Alice Domar, author of Live a Little and Director of the Domar Center for Mind/Body Health. It can be tough -- for sure -- but if you're feeling down, give these 10 tips a try! Continue Reading
Congratulations to our own Hillary Wright, MEd, RD, LDN -- who is set to be the first nutritionist to release a PCOS diet-based book for patients! A registered and licensed dietician with a Masters degree in Health education from Boston University -- Hillary has over 18 years experience counseling clients on diet and lifestyle change in relation to PCOS. Continue Reading
Struggling with PCOS and looking to start or extend your family? Having trouble managing your diet? If so, please join Boston IVF and RESOLVE of the Bay State for a evening workshop featuring reproductive endocrinologist Alison Zimon, MD and PCOS nutritionist Hillary Wright. RSVP is required. Click here for more information on the workshop.
New Study Shows Link Between Infertility and Stress
Click here to read the New York Times article on how scientists reported that women who stopped using contraceptives … Continue Reading
Fresh off Dr. Robert Edwards Nobel Prize win, Alice Domar, PhD addresses a variety of topics, including state mandated infertility coverage and answers to a few questions she's seen while lurking online.
How are Vampires, Spankings, Stress and Oprah All Related to Infertility?
If you don't know, well -- then you obviously haven't read Dr. Domar's Bewell.com blog posts. Continue Reading
Getting hitched can be good for your health -- if the relationship is happy. Here's some proven ways to get the most out of your marriage, featuring advice from Alice Domar, PhD.
The Connection Between Infertility and Depression
Did you know that approximately 34% of women going through IVF have depression, and that 68% suffered from depression following a failed cycle? Click here to read more on what you can do to beat the odds.
Would You Sacrifice Sex to Get Pregnant?
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Click here for the 10 greatest indulgences that bring big health benefits, conveniently ranked by Health magazine's expert panelists (including Dr. Domar).
Stop Trying to Be Perfect!
Click here to listen to Dr. Mehmet Oz talk with Alice Domar, PhD and author of Be Happy Without Being Perfect, about ways women with perfectionist tendencies can focus on the good in life and find true happiness and contentment. Continue Reading
At age 40, Meredith Kolk, a mother of one, longed for another child but knew the odds were against her. Armed with cutout images of happy babies to keep her focused on her goal, it was just one of many things she tried when she had problems getting pregnant. Click here to watch the CNN story detailing her journey. Continue Reading
Ann Curry, host of the Daily Dose, opens the segment with one of our survey results and includes top-line survey findings. Dr. Nancy Synderman, who is the chief medical officer for the Today Show, discussed our key message by highlighting the urgency and importance of seeing an infertility specialist. Continue Reading
Michelle Gielen reports on a couple with fertility problems who got pregnant after adopting. Maggie Rodriguez sat with fertility experts to discuss the probability of pregnancy after adoption. Continue Reading