Women who were at their peak fertility of their cycle were more likely to prefer the shirts of the men with the highest level of testosterone.
If men want to boost their fertility, maybe they should try donning a kilt.
Researchers found that fruit flies had a longer lifespan and better fertility rates when they were given an organic diet.
Women who experience difficulties getting pregnant are 30 percent more likely to give birth to children with "mild" neurological problems, according to a new study.
The sauna may seem like a good idea after a strenuous workout at the gym, but new research suggests that men may just be better off with a cool-down exercise.
The UK has moved closer to becoming the first country to create babies with three genetic parents via IVF in order to defeat inherited diseases.
According to a new study, sperms have increased mobility during the wintertime.
The study found that pollution may be causing otters’ penises to shrink, as well as fertility problems, and the same contaminants may be affecting human men as well.
Isn't 62 a little old to be starting a new family? Not for Wisdom, the world's oldest known living wild bird has become a new mom at the age of 62.
A new study may have some alarming news for couch potatoes. Men who watch television for 20 hours per week have almost half the sperm count of those who watch very little television or none at all, according to a study published on Tuesday.
All the ladies who are seeking for a man to start a family, here is a piece of information you could use. A new study suggests that men, who have many brothers, are more likely to be fertile. According to the study, the more the number of male siblings a man has, the brighter are the chances of the man being fertile. The findings of the study also substantiate the theory couples with genes for good male fertility are more likely to have boys.
A new study suggests that men who eat three or more slices of cheese a day could be putting their fertility at risk. According to findings by researchers from Harvard, even small portions of a full-fat dairy food may significantly affect sperm quality in men. A portion defined by the study included an ounce of cheese (28g), a teaspoon of cream, a scoop of ice cream or a glass of full-fat milk. According to the researchers, female hormones that are naturally present in milk may be affecting the fertility in men.
While investigating how egg cells die, researchers from Melbourne have apparently discovered a new way for protecting female fertility. The discovery offers hope to those women whose fertility may be compromised by the side-effects of cancer therapy or by premature menopause.
A new study has revealed that eating 75 grams of walnuts a day could improve the vitality, motility and morphology of sperm in healthy men aged between 21 and 35.
Men can rejoice as there is a ray of hope for them to have their own birth control pills.