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Saturday, 20 January

17:22

Research Finds Male Infertility May be One of the Side Effects of Ibuprofen "IndyWatch Feed Fertility"

By Anna Hunt

A team of Danish and French researchers have found that ibuprofen may be one of the culprits responsible for male infertility. The study showed that daily intake of the drug creates a hormonal condition associated with impaired fertility, depression and increased risk of cardiovascular events.

New Research Raises Ibuprofen Safety Concerns

Ibuprofen is one of the most common over-the-counter pain relief medicines. The medical industry categorizes it as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs). Because the drug is readily available without a prescription, most people think its safe. As well, with OTC drugs there is typically no medical professional to raise attention to the potential side-effects of the drug.

Scientific research has already implicated ibuprofen as having some negative effects on our health. Now, this new clinical study has found that ibuprofen may be one of the causes of male infertility. The research team writes:

Using a unique combination of a randomized, controlled clinical trial and ex vivo and in vitro approaches, we report a univocal depression of important aspects of testicular function, including testosterone production, after use of over-the-counter ibuprofen.

They add:

The study shows that ibuprofen use results in selective transcriptional repression of endocrine cells in the human test...

16:28

People gather at Civic Center to protest President Donald Trump and to show support for womens rights in San Francisco on January 21, 2017 "IndyWatch Feed Fertility"

Feminist activists on Sunday are planning to commemorate last years Womens March, the response to the election of President Donald Trump that was widely regarded as the biggest demonstration in U.S. history.

As they do so, the so-called alt-rightan anti-immigrant, anti-Semitic movement that has struggled to recruit womenis aiming to co-opt this political moment with a series of stunts, including spreading propaganda and a counterdemonstration in Knoxville, Tennessee. This targeting of a feminist event is part of an ongoing pattern of misogynistic behavior in the movement, according to activists and a rights group that spoke to Newsweek.

The hashtag #mybordersmychoice, which is a call to reduce the flow of immigrants to the U.S. and to ramp up deportationstwo policies that are integral to alt-right politicsdates back to at least spring 2017. It started to percolate online in the second week of December, following the promotion of another hashtag, #ItsOktoBeWhite, which received sympathetic coverage on Fox News and in a variety of conservative publications.

The far right has used such tactics on college campuses before. Megan Squire, a professor of computing sciences at Elon University in North Carolina and a civil rights activist, tracks hate propaganda posted on college campuses. In 2017, she found more than 200 instances.

While this is happening, a self-described national socialist group linked to the alt-right, the Traditionalist Workers Party (TWP), is planning to stage a counterdemonstration to the second annual Womens March in Knoxville. The counterprotest has forced Womens March organizers to reroute their event, according to a report in ...

05:34

The Harshe Podcast Episode #20: Lets Talk About Sex, Baby "IndyWatch Feed Fertility"

January and Brandon talk about sex! January talks about the importance of communication and explains all the things a new mom struggles with that prevents sex from happening and Brandon gives the male point of view on how to cope with the agonizing sexual drought. Also, Brandon tries to figure out Januarys favorite position but shes too pissed about the lone baby sock no one is picking up in the corner of the hall!

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Friday, 19 January

23:03

The question of when human life begins is still a point of contention for some "IndyWatch Feed Fertility"

The science has been obscured in philosophy, but the question is settled. The question of when a human life begins is a strictly scientific one and one for which the scientific community has had an empirical, internationally acknowledged answer for a very long time. For more than a century, the field of human embryology has documented that in human sexual reproduction a new, whole, individual, living human being begins to exist at "first contact" between a sperm and an oocyte/"egg" (the beginning of the process known as fertilization.) Immediately when these two mere cells make first contact and fuse, organism proteins and enzymes specific to humans are produced. One new single-cell human being with his or her own new, unique, and complete set of human DNA begins to exist. This is an internationally recognized empirical fact that has been documented by the Carnegie Stages of Early Human Embryonic Development since 1942, and updated every year since then to the present by the international nomenclature committee (FIPAT). The 23 Carnegie Stages cover human development during the eight-week embryonic period, and a new human being is represented by Carnegie Stage 1a.

22:58

Research Finds Male Infertility May be One of the Side Effects of Ibuprofen "IndyWatch Feed Fertility"

Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
Waking Times

A team of Danish and French researchers have found that ibuprofen may be one of the culprits responsible for male infertility. The study showed that daily intake of the drug creates a hormonal condition associated with impaired fertility, depression and increased risk of cardiovascular events.

New Research Raises Ibuprofen Safety Concerns

Ibuprofen is one of the most common over-the-counter pain relief medicines. The medical industry categorizes it as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs). Because the drug is readily available without a prescription, most people think its safe. As well, with OTC drugs there is typically no medical professional to raise attention to the potential side-effects of the drug.

Scientific research has already implicated ibuprofen as having some negative effects on our health. Now, this new clinical study has found that ibuprofen may be one of the causes of male infertility. The research team writes:

Using a unique combination of a randomized, controlled clinical trial and ex vivo and in vitro approaches, we report a univocal depression of important aspects of testicular function, including testosterone production, after use of over-the-counter ibuprofen.

They add:

The study shows that ibuprofen use results in selective transcriptional repression of endocrine cells in the human testis. This repression results in the elevation of the stimulatory pituitary hormones, resulting in a state of compensated hypogonadism, a disorder associated with adverse reproductive and physical health disorders.

Side Effects of Ibuprofen May Include Risk of Male Infertility

Bernard Jgou, director of the Institute of Research in Environmental and Occupational Health in France, was one of the authors of the study. In an interview with CNN, he explained the research process:...

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