Sarah Elizabeth Richards
Richards is a journalist who frequently writes about genetics and the author of Motherhood, Rescheduled: The New Frontier of Egg Freezing and the Women Who Tried It.
Men Are the Forgotten Grievers in Miscarriage
The lesson from Mark Zuckerberg's decision to open upBy Sarah Elizabeth Richards August 3, 2015
Women Should Never Have an Age Limit on Fertility Treatment
A woman’s right to have a baby should be based on medical fact—not social judgment.By Sarah Elizabeth Richards June 10, 2015
Three-Parent IVF Deserves a Chance in the U.S.
All new fertility methods sound crazy at firstBy Sarah Elizabeth Richards February 3, 2015
Someone I Loved Was Never Born
Miscarriage has long been shrouded in shame and secrecy. That’s changingBy Sarah Elizabeth Richards November 20, 2014
The Problem With America's Twin Epidemic
Americans undergoing fertility treatments have gotten used to the prospect of the 'instant family'—but it may carry unnecessary risks.By Sarah Elizabeth Richards April 16, 2014
The Obesity Pregnancy Dilemma
Doctors' groups are urging ob-gyns to have those difficult conversations with women: lose weight or put your pregnancy at riskBy Sarah Elizabeth Richards March 14, 2014
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