Jogging a week before your period is due 'could damage your knees' Sportswomen are more likely to suffer from join injuries than men Scientists found nerve activity increased in knee muscles in late stage of woman's menstrual cycle | UPDATED: 13:55 GMT, 16 October 2012 Injured knees: Scientists think a woman's menstrual cycle could be associated with her increased risk of tearing ligaments during exercise Women who work out regularly should consider taking it easy in the week before their period is due – as they could be at greater risk of injury, say scientists.
Mother told she would never have children celebrates christening of quadruplet daughters following 25million to one pregnancy | UPDATED: 08:49 GMT, 2 July 2012 Having been told at the age of 15 she would never have children, Charlene Medlicott thought her dreams of starting a family were over.
Traditional Chinese medicine 'makes fertility treatments more effective' The team found Chinese herbal and acupuncture therapies could work to boost Western-style fertility treatments Traditional Chinese medicine has long been used to ease pain and treat disease. Now researchers have found it can also boost fertility if used in combination with fertility treatments. A team led by Dr Shahar Levi-Ari from Tel Aviv University compared the success rates of couples using intrauterine insemination (IUI) both with and without Chinese herbal and acupuncture therapies