Scientists warn that increasing number of products and food
contain chemicals that disrupt male sex hormones and damage male reproductive system.
Women, who gave birth at older age, are more likely to live longer, a new study says. Late female fertility
was linked to longevity not only for women themselves, but for their relatives as well.
Drugs that are often used in IVF treatment may increase the risk of developing womb cancer, a new study suggests.
The long-term study conducted by Israeli scientists at Hadassah-Hebrew University
in Jerusalem showed that drugs that are commonly prescribed to induce ovulation in women to promote conception are not completely safe for woman's health.
A new study revealed that two commonly used methods of infertility treatment for couples who have unexplained problems with having children do not make big difference if compared to no treatment at all.
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland tested the drug that is used to stimulate ovulation and artificial insemnation against no treatment in couples with unexplained infertility.
Fertility specialists warn not use the freezing egg procedure just yet, since it still remains experimental and it may not help you offset the biological clock, continuously counting the time.