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  • Genetic Testing

    Our genetic makeup (DNA, chromosomes, genes and proteins) is what makes each of us unique. Many diseases are caused by changes or mutations in certain genes. Genetic testing is performed to identify abnormalities in the genetic makeup of a person, which may cause illness or disease. Genetic testing may be done to: Diagnose genetic conditions […]

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  • Gestation Carrier

    New reproductive techniques have provided many approaches for a couple suffering from infertility to conceive a healthy child. A gestational carrier (GC), also called a gestational surrogate, is one of the options couples can choose. The surrogate is a woman who is not an intended parent, but only carries and delivers a baby for the […]

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  • Women’s fertility linked to detox element in diet

    For the first time, research has shown how much of a critical role the natural antioxidant selenium plays at the earliest stages of a woman’s fertility. “Selenium is an essential trace element found in protein-rich foods like red meat, seafood and nuts. It is important for many biological functions, such as immune response, thyroid hormone […]

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  • Getting Healthy May Improve Men’s Fertility

    Health problems that seem unrelated to men’s fertility — like diabetes or high blood pressure — may damage men’s sperm. And men can take steps that can both improve their overall health and make them more fertile. A new study found that men with defects in their semen were more likely to have high blood […]

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  • Lower IQ found in kids exposed to high chemical levels in pregnancy

    Chemicals found in food and common household products have been linked to lower IQ in kids exposed to high levels during pregnancy. Previous research linked higher exposure to chemicals called “phthalates” to poor mental and motor development in preschoolers. This study was said to be the first to report a link between prenatal exposure to […]

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  • Drinking Alcohol May Affect Quality of Sperm

    Regularly drinking heavy amounts of alcohol intake can raise the risk for a number of health issues ranging from hangovers to cirrhosis of the liver. New research suggests heavy drinking may also be tied to men’s reproductive health. A recent study found that young men who drank more than five alcoholic beverages a week experienced […]

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  • Identifying the biological clock that governs female fertility

    The biological clock that governs female fertility has been identified by researchers. The discovery represents a major contribution to research aimed at finding medical approaches to treating infertility in women. Read the full article here

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  • Women’s fertility linked to detox element in diet

    For the first time, research has shown how much of a critical role the natural antioxidant selenium plays at the earliest stages of a woman’s fertility. “Selenium is an essential trace element found in protein-rich foods like red meat, seafood and nuts. It is important for many biological functions, such as immune response, thyroid hormone […]

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  • Exposure to aluminum may impact on male fertility, research suggests

    Human exposure to aluminum may be a significant factor in falling sperm counts and reduced male fertility, new research suggests. Fluorescence microscopy using an aluminum-specific stain confirmed the presence of aluminum in semen and showed aluminum inside individual sperm. Read the full article here

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  • Ovarian tissue and egg freezing should be made widely available to prevent age-related infertility, say leading fertility experts

    Ovarian tissue and egg freezing to preserve fertility should no longer be reserved for cancer patients, and healthy women should also be offered these options to safeguard their future chances of conceiving a child, say world renowned fertility experts writing in a new Series on fertility preservation, published in The Lancet [Paper 3]. Over the […]

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