male fertility

Listen up, guys: Your sperm count may depend on your underwear.
Obesity, stress and cell phone use were linked to DNA fragmentation in sperm.
These studies seem to suggest our modern lifestyle could be one of the main culprits for this worldwide decline. Luckily, there are several simple changes you can make to improve and support male fertility.
Whether this particular test might be right for you depends on your individual situation. As always, talking with your infertility specialist can help in making the right decisions for you when it comes to evaluation, diagnosis and treatment.
Sperm quality is usually assessed using three measures in combination: sperm motility -- a measure of the percentage of sperm
"We weren’t really interested in [the cannabis angle] at all,” lead author Dr. Allan Pacey, a senior lecturer in andrology
Men trying to conceive may want to hold off on the bacon. According to a new study from Harvard University, the intake of
For women, menopause serves as an often-unwanted reminder that their level of fertility is significantly dropping in midlife
A Harvard School of Public Health study, published in March of last year, suggested that overweight men were "more likely
Judith Shulevitz's recent New Republic essay on how later parenthood is "upending American society" claims that delaying kids could lead us down a rabbit hole of genetic decline. The piece gathers much of its energy from new studies suggesting that male sperm quality decays with age.
"What was interesting was that we found that variation was more important for fertility than the mean length," Mossman said
If you're a man trying to impregnate someone, you may know it's best to stop smoking, get your laptop up off your balls and
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But now there's a new way to pinpoint fertility problems without leaving your home, Bloomberg News reports. Even more revolutionary
Women aren't the only ones who have more fertility problems as they get older -- a new animal study suggests that time can
It was found that levels of male hormones, such as testosterone, in a critical "window" at 8-12 weeks determine future reproductive