ORLANDO, Fla., April 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Conceive Magazine has relaunched its website with a new design and expanded content that includes daily fertility news updates, three new trying-to-conceive blogs, and articles about all the various factors that affect getting pregnant: reproductive health, nutrition, exercise, sex, psychology, and more.
The upgraded site (www.ConceiveOnline.com) is a one-stop shop for women and their partners who are thinking about getting pregnant and starting a family. The new website provides a more engaging and user-friendly experience, and offers the most up-to-date information on all things fertility and getting pregnant.
The new top navigation bar is organized by what stage of "trying" a couple is currently in, allowing visitors to quickly zero in on the information they're looking for. The main categories include: Get Pregnant, Boost Your Fertility, Fertility Concerns, Infertility, Pregnancy, and Adoption. Other features available on the new site include Success Stories, Expert Advice, Podcasts, and Fertility Facts.
"The beautiful new redesign has taken Conceive's website and brand to a whole new level," says Kim Hahn, Founder and CEO of Conceive. "Any woman who wants to have a child will find all the information she needs right here, presented in an easy-to-find, accurate, and consumer-friendly format."
The new website contains vital information for any woman who wants to get pregnant, whether she's in her twenties and just starting to try, in her thirties or older and worried about aging and eggs, or facing infertility at any age. With 11 million American couples trying to conceive at any given time, it's critical that they have access to the most current news and information about preconception and reproductive health, fertility-friendly lifestyle choices, fertility treatments, and assisted reproductive technologies. Conceive's new website provides all this, and more.
Published five times a year, Conceive Magazine provides information and advice on nutrition, exercise, keeping romance alive, charting ovulation, and more. Each issue of the magazine examines all aspects of fertility and family planning. Conceive is available at ob/gyn offices across the country, as well as at Babies 'R' Us and many national bookstores. Also available from Conceive are two new books -- The Fertility Journal: A Day-by-Day Guide to Getting Pregnant and Fertility Facts: Hundreds of Tips for Getting Pregnant -- and the weekly online podcast Conceive On-Air hosted by Kim Hahn.
|SOURCE Conceive Magazine|
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