- The combination of two compounds found in plants may help to prevent sperm from fertilizing an egg.
- Researchers find going to sleep after midnight can affect men's sperm health, and overall fertility.
- A new study has found that a man's age at conception may affect his offspring's future social skills, and very young and very old fathers may be more likely to have children that lag behind their peers.
- New research suggests a link between conception via fertility treatment and an increased risk of cancer during childhood.
- Researchers in Germany hope to attach a medicine-filled "hat" to sperm cells in order to better deliver treatment to hard-to-reach cancers inside the female reproductive tract.
- New research suggests that children born to older mothers may have fewer behavioral and social difficulties, as older maternal age is associated with more positive attitudes towards motherhood.
- Failed fertility treatment is associated with increased risk for heart problems later in life, and could serve as a warning sign for already at-risk women.
- A new study has suggested that fathers who use cocaine at the time of conception may put their unborn sons at risk for memory problems and learning disabilities.
- A cancer survivor called her baby a miracle after she conceived the child with only one ovary.
- New research has found that the Zika virus shrinks the testes of mice and may do the same in humans.
- We often take the idea of two sexes, male and female, for granted, but scientists wonder why there aren't one or even four genders involved in reproduction.
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Infertility primarily refers to the biological inability of a person to contribute to conception. Infertility may also refer to the state of a woman who is unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. There are many biological causes of infertility, some which may be bypassed with medical intervention.