Where You Live May Affect Your Fertility – Here’s How
Study:  Where You Live Can Impact Fertility
Researchers from the University of Oregon have concluded that where you live can impact your chances of pregnancy.

The study involved 6,000 individuals, who had been trying to get pregnant, without fertility treatments.

People in poorer neighborhoods were 19 to 21% less likely to be able to get pregnant, compared with their wealthier neighbors.

For those living in the poorest neighborhoods, that number was as high as 25%.

Turns out, before you’re even conceived, there may be things affecting your health,” lead author Mary Willis said.

See more, here:  (The Sun)

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