Artificial dolls are no less healthy

A study published in the Fertility and Sterility magazine showed that children conceived through artificial congestion would be as healthy adults as those conceived by natural congestion and would not suffer from back pain in any area.

The researchers interviewed 656 mothers whose children conceived using some assisted reproductive technology, and compared their children between the ages of 18 and 29 with similar adults who had not been conceived. Jane Fisher, a researcher at Monash University's Jean Hailes Research Unit, said this is the largest research of its kind to date, and based on the results, , neither in quality of life nor in training.

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Professionals are prepared for further examinations to determine whether, in the long run, fertility is influenced in any way by the intervention of an artist.