February 10, 2016

Patient Travel Alert February 2016 (Zika)

If you are currently pregnant or undergoing treatment we strongly advise you not to travel to countries where the Zika virus has been reported. In May 2015, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) issued an alert regarding the first confirmed Zika virus infection in Brazil. The outbreak in Brazil led to reports of Guillain-Barre syndrome [Read more]

February 3, 2016

What does the spread of Zika virus mean for your family?

The spread of the Zika virus internationally is causing great concern. The World Health Organization has declared it a global health emergency. Check out what Dr. Marcy Maguire from Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey and Christine Gorman from Scientific American Editor has to share on the Zika virus and what it means for your family with Pix11 [Read more]

January 29, 2016

Dr. Molinaro on the Zika Virus with CBS News

Tune in to hear what Dr. Thomas Molinaro has to share the Zika virus with CBS News NY. “Cancel the trip…you really just don’t want to put yourself in a position where a simple mosquito bite could endanger the health of your unborn baby.” [Read more]

January 27, 2016

CDC Shares Q&A: Zika virus infection (Zika) and pregnancy

How is Zika virus (Zika) transmitted? Zika is primarily transmitted through the bite of infected Aedes mosquitoes. It can also be transmitted from a pregnant mother to her baby during pregnancy or around the time of birth. We do not know how often Zika is transmitted from mother to baby during pregnancy or around time [Read more]

January 26, 2016

Nothing is faster than the speed of life

2016! It’s a New Year and great time to make resolutions that will help you achieve goals for your future. Goals are very different from person to person – losing a few unwanted pounds, saving more money, traveling more, or getting that promotion at the office to name a few. While you know you want [Read more]

January 24, 2016

Could “spermbots” someday revolutionize infertility treatments?

A German research team has developed tiny motors that can make sperm better swimmers as they make their way to an egg. Check out what Dr. Michael Drews of RMANJ has to share on the how spermbots may someday revolutionize infertility treatments, with Dr. Max Gomez on CBS News. [Read more]

January 7, 2016

The IVF marathon

A recent study from England published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has gained a lot of media attention because it addresses a question of how many cycles of In-Vitro Fertilization a couple should attempt before finding success or succumbing to failure.  This study is notable because it follows over 150,000 UK women [Read more]

December 22, 2015

‘The First Steps to Starting a Family’ by Allegra Tiver

Considerations abound for people looking to start a family, from physical and mental health to the responsibilities of raising a child, and from testing to infertility treatments. It is very important for a woman to be healthy before she becomes pregnant because physiologically it is programming the offspring to survive in the environment outside the [Read more]

December 21, 2015

The Gift of Genetic Testing

This time of year families gather to celebrate holiday traditions, think about the year ahead and remember the years gone by. Health and prosperity are top-of-mind for many as they make resolutions for the New Year. Many couples will make life’s most exciting resolution this year–the decision to start a family. While the choice to [Read more]

December 16, 2015

Top 5 Tips to maximize your odds for getting pregnant

How often should couples have intercourse – every day? More? Less? Many of those high school sex-ed classes made you think getting pregnant was easy but by the time you’re in your early 30’s only about 20% of healthy couples will get pregnant in any given month.  If you have regular cycles you should have [Read more]