On UK Health Radio Jessica Hobbis will be hosting the weekly show ‘Fertility Matters’ to talk about updated findings from the fertility field, and she will be joined by guests sharing their personal journeys/stories, and those with expertise in the wider area, including medical, scientific, and holistic perspectives. Invited guests will be from health and wellness, supportive associations and charities and medical expert backgrounds.
Gaia's Lucy Slack is here to discuss access to fertility treatment. While 15 percent of people need IVF, only 2 percent access it. That is why Gaia created the most affordable way to start and protect IVF treatment.
In today’s episode, Remi Mogekwu and Jess focus on a discussion around how ethnic minorities and women from lower socioeconomic backgrounds are able to access health information, care and support.
Claire Doherty and Jess explore energetics, behavioural patterns, and their impact on health, especially beneficial for those with long-term conditions or elusive symptoms searching for the root cause.
Jess covers topics like vaginal and semen microbiomes, their impact on health (fertility, IVF success, vaginal discomfort, recurrent thrush), explains ScreenMe's process, and compares it to other testing methods.
Kate Waters is an intimate health specialist, working with women of all ages to take control of their own health and understand their own body. She empowers them with knowledge and advice…