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A study that was funded by the by the Health Supplements Information Service (HSIS) and Proprietary Association of Great Britain, a trade association for manufacturers of food supplements and over-the-counter medicines was published recently in Nutrition Bulletin, a publication of the British Nutrition Foundation, a registered charity.
Old Televisions and Other e-Waste Causing Fertility Problems Because of Lead, Mercury, Chromium, Lithium and Nickel Cadmium
Many of unwanted televisions have now found a new place; the problem is these televisions along with lots of other e-waste, are still working because they have been superseded by high-definition flat-screens. The fact that these old televisions are full of toxic chemicals that, once dumped in landfill, become an environmental time bomb, no one [...]
A study that was conducted by US leading sociology professor Julia McQuillana at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln suggests that one fourth of US women in childbearing years have not yet decided whether they want to have children or not.
Study to Identify Causes of Male Infertility and Provide Targets for Developing New Contraceptive Agents
There was an article published in Journal of Clinical Investigation observing new requirements for male fertility. An article was based in two independent groups of researchers who were identifying 2 proteins known as PLA2s which are very important proteins in the mice sperm functioning. The data that was researched in a study could identify causes [...]
The latest study that was published in the journal Neurology and conducted by Korean scientists from Seoul National University Hospital suggests that women who go through childbirth more than once are more likely to have a stroke. Not only because of the worries children may cause… Korean researchers claim that going through the childbirth more [...]
The numbers are amazing: there are about twice as many sets of triplets born in Norway every year if compared to the numbers from 1960’s. I can hear you, you say it is because of ART… well, it is not – these statistics exclude babies that were conceived with assisted reproductive technology. However, Dr. A. [...]
Recently a study was published in New England Journal of Medicine that revealed shocking facts. I was long time believed that anticoagulant therapy helps prevent unexplained miscarriages in first and second trimester of pregnancy. However, this study revealed that anticoagulant therapy is not helpful at all.
Air pollution is not related to pulmonary risks and other diseases only, but is according to latest studies responsible for lowering the success rate of IVF birth. The study was published in Human reproduction, and conducted by a team of scientists from Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. The research group examined the outcomes [...]
In a research conducted one month ago, it was suggested that omega 3 fatty acids can prevent endometriosis, but according to University of Illinois study, omega-3 fatty acids may be good for more than female infertility and heart health. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids may have positive implications for treating male infertility.
A research that was conducted at Dublin’s Mater Hospital reports there is a rise in the numbers of teenage boys suffering from mumps-related pain. Study was published in the ‘British Journal of Urology International’. Mumps pain is in relation with swelling in testicles, which leaves these boys at a high risk of infertility.