- New research has suggested that fathers who smoke may pass on epigenetic changes to their offspring, giving them a higher tolerance for certain chemicals and drugs.
- The team at Be Amazed has predicted some ways humans may evolve in the future based on current sexual preferences and environmental changes.
- A small study has suggested that injections of the natural hormone kisspeptin may help to boost sex drives in heterosexual men.
- A new study has found an interesting correlation between a mother's blood pressure before conception and the gender of her child.
- Science takes a crack at some of the strangest rumors surrounding a vegetarian diet, including how it affects your sexual attractiveness.
- A new study has found that not even plastic surgeons can tell the difference between teardrop-shaped implants or traditional implants following surgery.
- Cancer, frequent bike rides and obesity — all these and more can lower your sperm count and affect your fertility.
- A Dutch fertility clinic may have accidentally fertilized the eggs of up to 26 women with sperm from the wrong man, due to a "procedural error."
- New research has found no evidence behind claims that the hormonal birth control pill diminishes a woman's sex drive.
- Three-parent IVF allows women who carry disease-causing mutations to birth children without the risk of passing on these disorders.
- Mick Jagger has become a father for the eighth time at age 73, but does a man's age normally interfere with his fertility?
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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.