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Chemical from fracking could interfere with male reproductive hormones

Chemical from fracking could interfere with male reproductive hormones

Research has shown that a chemical used in hydraulic fracturing – known as fracking – could potentially interfere with male reproductive hormones. According to a...
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Elective egg freezing may be the answer for later life pregnancy

An article published by the CMAJ reveals how egg freezing can increase the chance of pregnancy at a later age in life. The article published...
Investigating human fertility problems via the water flea

Investigating human fertility problems via the water flea

With significant funding from NIH, a researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington is investigating fundamental biological processes that lead to fertility problems...
Analysing sperm: discover the new technique to help improve male fertility testing

Analysing sperm: discover the new technique to help improve male fertility testing

According to researchers a new way of analysing sperm that tracks the movement of the sperm tail could enable substantial improvements to male fertility...
What’s the deal with cannabis affecting testicular function?

What’s the deal with cannabis affecting testicular function?

Although previous studies have shown smoking cannabis adversely affects testicular function, new results suggest this may not be the case. Published in Human Reproduction, unexpected...
Let’s talk about how the chemicals in cosmetics could affect fertility

Let’s talk about how the chemicals in cosmetics could affect fertility

Researchers from the University of Aberdeen will share a six-million-euro grant, to investigate how chemicals in cosmetics may affect women’s fertility. Researchers from The Institute...
Fertility in women: psychological stress could massively reduce odds of conception

Fertility in women: psychological stress could reduce odds of conception

New study, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, finds that psychological stress has the ability to reduce fertility in women. According to the Boston...

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