Get to know why there is a decline in the sperm count of men coming from these three continents.
After the success of Vasalgel in monkey trials it aims to start human clinical trials next year. In order for it to have a chance of replacing the traditional surgical method of vasectomy, the researchers will need to show that the procedure is reversible.
Chinese scientists created the first lab-produced sperm from stem cells to breed healthy mice which may become a potential treatment for male infertility in the future.
The scientists are currently examining a debatable hypothesis that a man’s own experiences can modify the sperm which in turn affects his children too
A newly-published research suggests that a man’s weight is an influencing genetic factor that increases the risk of their children developing weight-related disorders such as obesity.
A new study has cleared up the conflicting evidence about the extent to which men's semen quality decline with age, likely lowering their fertility.
A new study found that increased aluminum exposure can lead to reduced sperm count and male infertility.
Alcohol damages sperm quality in healthy young men, according to a new Danish study.
A new study found that sperm quality was not dependent on a man's age.
Cell phones are lowering men's chances of fatherhood, a new study suggests. Researchers found that men who store their cell phones in their pant pockets could be unintentionally lowering their fertility.
Potheads may be disfiguring their sperms. New research reveals that young me who smoke marijuana may be decreasing their fertility by inadvertently affecting the size and shape of their sperm
According to a UK fertility regulator, three-person babies could be a possibility soon.
Most Swedish egg and sperm donors believe it is acceptable to mother or father up to ten children to help childless couples.
Low sperm count cannot determine if an offspring will be born with birth defects, according to a new study.
Giant sperm have been discovered by scientists, who were able to identify preserved giant sperm from tiny shrimps that lived at least 17 million years ago.
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.