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Effects of sex and gender on adaptations to space: reproductive health.

Effects of sex and gender on adaptations to space: reproductive health. In this report, sex/gender research relevant to reproduction on Earth, in conjunction with the extant human and animal observations in space, was used to identify knowledge gaps and prioritize recommendations for future sex- and gender-specific surveillance and monitoring of male and female astronauts. With overall increased durations of contemporary space missions, a deeper understanding of sex/gender effects on reproduction-related responses and adaptations to the space environment is warranted to minimize risks and insure healthy aging of the men and women who travel into space. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of women's health (2002) Pubmed

Effects of sex and gender on adaptations to space: reproductive health.

Journal of women's health (2002) , Volume 23 (11): 8 – Jul 13, 2015

Effects of sex and gender on adaptations to space: reproductive health.


Abstract

In this report, sex/gender research relevant to reproduction on Earth, in conjunction with the extant human and animal observations in space, was used to identify knowledge gaps and prioritize recommendations for future sex- and gender-specific surveillance and monitoring of male and female astronauts. With overall increased durations of contemporary space missions, a deeper understanding of sex/gender effects on reproduction-related responses and adaptations to the space environment is warranted to minimize risks and insure healthy aging of the men and women who travel into space.

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DOI
10.1089/jwh.2014.4915
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25401943
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Abstract

In this report, sex/gender research relevant to reproduction on Earth, in conjunction with the extant human and animal observations in space, was used to identify knowledge gaps and prioritize recommendations for future sex- and gender-specific surveillance and monitoring of male and female astronauts. With overall increased durations of contemporary space missions, a deeper understanding of sex/gender effects on reproduction-related responses and adaptations to the space environment is warranted to minimize risks and insure healthy aging of the men and women who travel into space.

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Journal of women's health (2002)Pubmed

Published: Jul 13, 2015

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