Conceive (magazine)
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Conceive Magazine
Conceive Magazine
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conceive magazine Volume 4 Issue 1, Spring 2007
Editorial DirectorBeth Weinhouse
CategoriesWomen's health
FrequencyQuarterly
FounderKim Hahn
Year founded2004
Final issue2013
CompanyBonnier Corporation
CountryUnited States
Based inOrlando, Florida
LanguageEnglish
ISSN1550-8900

Conceive Magazine was a health and lifestyle publication that provided information about women's health and fertility, about various methods of conception (natural, alternative, assisted and high-tech), and about adoption. The magazine had its headquarters in Orlando, Florida.[1] It was in circulation between 2004 and 2013.

History and profile

Conceive was founded by Kim Hahn[1] and offers information and support to women interested in starting or expanding their families. The content also includes articles on nutrition, exercise, emotional wellbeing, sex, and relationship issues. The magazine also covers early (first trimester) pregnancy.

In addition to the magazine, the Conceive brand included a website (www.conceiveonline.com), e-newsletters, and three books (The Fertility Journal, Fertility Facts, and Cooking to Conceive, all published by Chronicle Books).

In October 2009 Conceive was acquired by the Bonnier Corporation, the U.S. branch of a large Swedish media company, with over 50 titles in the United States. Conceive joined Bonnier's Parenting Group, which included the magazines Parenting, Babytalk, and Working Mother. In May 2013 the magazine was sold to Meredith Corp., and following the change in ownership it ceased publication.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b "The Fertility Journal: A Day-to-Day Guide to Getting Pregnant". Amazon. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ Michael Sebastian (14 May 2013). "Parenting and Babytalk Magazines Shut Down in Sale toMeredith". AdAge. Retrieved 2020.

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