Attempting to conceive within a few months after losing an early pregnancy can increase a couple's odds of getting pregnant and having a live birth.
A new study found that men who smoked prior to conception increase their baby's risk of developing asthma.
A new study found that a mother's diet during conception can change infant's genes.
According to a new study, taking notes by hand can help with conceptual comprehension.
Scientists discovered a special protein on the egg cell that allows the sperm cell to fertilize it.
A new study reported that women who drank before and right after conception increased their risk of giving birth preterm.
Roughly half of the women surveyed did not discuss reproductive health with their medical care provider, a new study found.
Couples who want to conceive should eat more Brussels sprouts, according to experts.
Researchers found that women who had causal employment were less likely to have their first child by 35.
A new study found that asthma could extend a woman's waiting time before getting pregnant.
Eating carrots can boost fertility in men by helping sperm swim faster. New research looking into the effects of fruits and vegetables on sperm quality revealed that the orange, crunchy root produced the best results.
Sticky sperm may help couples undergoing IVF conceive, a new study suggests.
Having just one or two glasses of wine a week could lower a woman's chance of conceiving by a third, a new study suggests.
In a new study, researchers reported that exercising outdoors or weightlifting could increase sperm count.
A new app called Glow aims to track couples' sexual lives and menstrual cycles to determine the best time to conceive.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.