Cozying up with your husband on a cold winter night can increase your chances of getting pregnant. A new study published the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology has reported that your hubby’s sperm can be the healthiest during the winter and early spring months. The study found that the semen contained a greater number [...]
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A recent study relating to male infertility seems to show that men who have more brothers than sisters tend to be more fertile than men who have more sisters than brothers. The exact reasons for the link between the gender or a man’s siblings and his fertility is unclear, but researchers believe the same [...]
Does fertility decrease as men age? Studies show that it does and there is a greater risk of fathering children with certain diseases.
Having a low sperm count is the most common reason that a man may have trouble trying to conceive. Surprisingly, many couples may not immediately feel like it’s worth having a man’s sperm analyzed. They assume, quite incorrectly, that infertility issues are entirely the purview of the woman, and that it’s just not as likely [...]
Digital technologies like WiFi are, really, in their infancy. Some of these technologies have been around for less than a decade. It’s conceivable that there are health implications with many of these technologies that we just don’t understand yet. One of the areas that scientists are just starting to discover in that regard is WiFi [...]