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Is This Trendy $330 Fertility Thermometer a Ripoff?

Scientists are questioning research about its effectiveness

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InIn 1935, German priest Wilhelm Hillebrand encountered an important problem: Many of his church attendees were having unwanted pregnancies. Instead of turning a blind eye to the issue, Hillebrand sought to resolve it. He recalled…




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