A study presented in Hobart at the Fertility Society of Australia’s Annual Scientific Meeting this week found that many fertility apps are misleading and unreliable.

The study conducted by researchers from Eve Health  and Queensland Fertility Group found more than 57 per cent of apps made false predictions on ovulation dates. And an alarmingly small percentage of those apps were developed by medical professionals.


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