Chances of Getting Pregnant by Age Chart

Chances of Getting Pregnant by Age Chart

How easy is it to get pregnant at age 30? Age 35? Age 40 or 45? We’ve got the data here on your chances of conception at each age, along with charts showing the data. Contrary to what you learned in high school health class, it’s not that easy to get pregnant. Female fertility peaks in your teens, then decreases gradually from then on, until falling off a cliff around age 45.

How Much Alcohol Is Safe During Pregnancy? Expecting Better

How Much Alcohol Is Safe During Pregnancy? Expecting Better

The first thing we’ll discuss is common vices that people generally advise to stop during pregnancy – caffeine, alcohol, and tobacco. There’s a lot of stigma and confusion around the use of substances in pregnancy. In perhaps the most provocative part of Expecting Better, Oster argues that caffeine and alcohol, in moderation, show no evidence of being harmful to the child.

Can I Drink Coffee When Pregnant? What Science Says

Can I Drink Coffee When Pregnant? What Science Says

The first thing we’ll discuss is common vices that people generally advise to stop during pregnancy – caffeine, alcohol, and tobacco. There’s a lot of stigma and confusion around the use of substances in pregnancy. In perhaps the most provocative part of Expecting Better, Oster argues that caffeine and alcohol, in moderation, show no evidence of being harmful to the child.

Faye Westover: Tara’s Cruel, Anti-Medicine Mother (Educated)

Faye Westover: Tara’s Cruel, Anti-Medicine Mother (Educated)

Who is Faye Westover? What is Faye’s relationship with her daughter Tara like? And why isn’t Tara Westover currently in contact with her mother? Faye Westover is the fictional name Tara Westover gives her mother in her memoir Educated. We’ll look at Faye Westover’s relationship with the author and cover parts of Educated that might indicate why Tara no longer has a relationship with her mother.

Gene Westover: Tara’s Religious, Mentally Ill Father (Educated)

Gene Westover: Tara’s Religious, Mentally Ill Father (Educated)

Who is Gene Westover? What is Gene’s relationship with his daughter Tara like? And why doesn’t Tara Westover have any contact with him? Gene Westover is the fictional name Tara Westover gives to her father in her memoir Educated. We’ll look at events leading up to Gene Westover’s break with Tara, events that might indicate why Tara chose not to reveal Gene’s real name, even though she used the real names of some of her other family members.