The Law of Attraction with Stephanie Haney is a multimedia series created, produced, written, shot and edited by Stephanie Haney. The series focuses on news related to laws that affect love, sex, fertility, dating and relationships.
Stephanie Haney sits down with fertility law expert Richard Vaughn to discuss the current state of fertility law in the U.S. and specifically, issues involving disposition of frozen embryos.
The uterus basically doesn't age, allowing women to carry a baby to term long after their eggs are likely to produce a pregnancy. But should they?
PLUS use your finger or your mouse to tap or click and drag to explore the infertility treatment process from 360 degrees. (This works on all devices!)
The last thing couples going through infertility treatment worry about is whether they'll have extra embryos left over. When they do, sometimes those extra embryos become Snowflake Babies.
Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Specialist Dr. Sam Najmabadi discusses the infertility treatment process and what he thinks will win the Nobel Prize.
In between all that, he performs an embryo transfer on-camera (starting at 3:21).
Read the amazing story (previously published in part by Stephanie Haney for LA Weekly)of a California couple who, after trying to have children naturally for over half a decade, became parents after receiving a gift of six frozen embryos. PLUS watch an actual embryo transfer from start to finish (starts at 3:21 in the video)!
I asked women over social media, "What's the age when you either started worrying, or think you'll have to start worrying, about being able to conceive, naturally?"
In other words: What is your "Scary Age?"
Follow this series of articles by Stephanie Haney for Law of Attraction TV to find out just what can happen when you venture into the new frontier in fertility that is frozen embryos.
A California court just weighed in on the debate over sexual assault case processing on college campuses, and it isn't looking good for some universities.
A new law takes effect January 1 that gets rid of a discriminatory requirement on birth certificates in California.
Actor Charlie Sheen announced Tuesday that he has been diagnosed HIV positive since 2011, and there is disagreement about whether his former lovers were made aware of Sheen's status before engaging in sexual activity with the actor.
Recapping Halloween costumes inspired by political, legal and criminal headlines from the past year.
Has one bad egg ruined the whole bunch? Guidelines set by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine may have the whole egg donation industry in legal trouble.
How many drinks is too many? Get ready for a lesson on alcohol intake and consent to sex.
If you think you're protecting your photos, check-ins and likes on Facebook by posting a status update, you're wrong.
Only 83% of the required students at USC have successfully completed their Think About It online training as of Sept. 16, 2015.