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Calcul Fertilité

Le chercheur Éric Pelletier a calculé que, pour 10 000 femmes, 228 patientes de plus doivent subir un deuxième examen à la suite d’un résultat anormal avec la technologie DR, par rapport au film.

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Walking speed calculation formula

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Calculatorul de ovulaţie permite aflarea perioadei fertile, ziua ovulaţiei, zilele în care şansele de a concepe fetiţă sau băiat sunt mari. Acest calculator este un instrument online gratuit şi furnizează un calcul matematic standard pentru care la un ciclu regulat de 28 de zile, ziua ovulaţiei se produce în ziua a 14-a. Trebuie reţinut că fiecare organism este unic şi pot apărea diferenţe semnificative.

à partir de Runner's World

Running and fertility: the facts

Running and fertility calculation

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à partir de onmeda.fr

Le nodule du sein : toutes les réponses - vidéo

Augmentez vos chances de tomber enceinte en calculant votre date d'ovulation et période de fertilité ! - Onmeda.fr

Egg Banking Calculator This allows woman to determine her individual probability of having a biologic child with or without oocyte cryopreservation, aiding in her decision as to whether and when to cryopreserve oocytes. Use it only as a guide because there a lot more items that are involved which are not included in this calculation tool.

à partir de Click Americana

The distance of the sun increasing (1859

A German publication has given the calculation to prove that the distance between the earth and the sun is annually increasing, and attributes this fact the increasing humidity of our summers, and the loss of fertility in the soil of the formerly most favored regions of the earth.

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à partir de TIME.com

What If the World's Soil Runs Out?

{the world is losing soil fertility and why}

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à partir de Scary Mommy

For Women Struggling With Fertility or Loss –

For Women Struggling With Fertility or Loss. To every sister who shares the heartaches,tears and sadness that i know only too well....read and try to see the comfort.

if the original 24 million km2 or 9.3 million miles2 of fertile land are inhabited by 529 million humans, approximately 22 (or 22.04 to be precise) persons can live on each 1 km2 or 0.39 mile2—not taking into account villages, cities or other settlements. When 18 million km2 [7 million miles2] of fertile land are used in the calculation, 30 (29.38) people of a total human population of 529 million would live on each square kilometer. This means that 18 of 30 persons now would have to live in…