- In 2016, we've seen some impressive medical innovations in specialties ranging from cancer treatment to dental care.
- A new study has discovered that a cancer drug may help adult women grow new eggs, something thought to be impossible.
- United States demographics are changing as more white people die than are born in 17 states.
- Miscarriage happens in almost one out of every five pregnancies, but that doesn’t make the grief easier to handle. Here are some ways to move forward.
- A Yale scientist has recently challenged the idea of the pudgy "dad bod" and instead suggests that extra weight after fatherhood is healthy for both parent and child.
- Researchers at Oxford University have found 12 areas of our DNA that are related to the age at which we have our first child and how many children we will have in our lifetime.
- Hormonal birth control is associated with a number of side effects in both men and women such as depression, changes in sex drive, and acne.
- Most women with the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea aren't aware of the signs that they're infected. Their fertility could be at risk.
- The better sleep men get, the better the chances their partner will conceive, a new preliminary study finds.
- A large sperm bank has made finding a donor easier with a new mobile app.
- Boys born through IVF treatments may inherit fathers' poor sperm quality, possibly leading to infertility, and continuing a cycle of fertility problems.
- Here are some of the most fascinating, yet true, facts about twins.
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.