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corinne-heather-copnick's picture
Jan.27.2009
The Chinese traditionally consider the number eight to be lucky, while Western culture usually holds the number seven (the number of the days of creation)to bring with it the propensity for luck. If you're a mother expecting seven babies all at once -- septuplets -- and then you get a surprise baby...
corinne-heather-copnick's picture
Jan.27.2009
Fertility issues concerning both men and women have been in the news recently. I have posted few blogs while I've been in the midst of changing computers (my old one gasped its last breath), but I did note an article in the Globe and Mail (www.globeandmail.com)that reported an alarming decline in...
corinne-heather-copnick's picture
Aug.28.2008
I just took on a new editing job, which isn't surprising because I have a writing and editing service called, you guessed it, www.timesolvers.com. I started it in 1991 and have sure turned out a lot of copy over the years, but recently I've been winding down and now only accept projects that I find...
corinne-heather-copnick's picture
Jun.15.2008
No reliable worldwide statistics currently exist about the number of malformed children resulting from pregnancies induced by fertility drugs (Clomid in particular), but it is believed to be in the tens of thousands annually. When, however, a child with birth defects is born to you, that child is...