- Women who suffer from a leading cause of infertility may increase their odds of conception if they exercise and lose weight, a U.S. study suggests.
- Dr. Kevin Smith suggests 18-year-olds freeze sperm now, if they're looking to be fathers later.
- The U.S. fertility rate of 62.5 per 1,000 women in 2013 represents an overall decline of less than one percent from 2012.
- Seven babies have been born from the embryos saved by a fertility clinic during Hurricane Sandy.
- A new "mini-IVF" treatment is found to be half the price and twice as likely to boost fertility compared to the conventional method.
- According to a new study, bacon lowers sperm count, while fish improves it.
- Women who are struggling to conceive may improve their fertility with a big, hearty breakfast in the morning.
- Commonly cited fertility statistics, which are 300 years old, overplay the risks of pregnancy for women over 30.
Improve Male And Female Fertility With Raspberries: 'Superfood' Contains High Levels Of Folate, Vitamin CThe micronutrients in raspberries may improve fertility by promoting sperm and embryo health as well as a healthy body weight, specialists say.
- Fertility rates are declining in some parts of the world, and according to Norwegian researchers, it could be partially due to people's personality traits, among a number of other social factors.
- The 'Glow' fertility app uses scientific data to help women get pregnant and, if it doesn't, promises to help foot the bill to help couples conceive.
- While antioxidants are supposed to help fight free radicals, they haven't been proven to increase fertility — in women, at least.