About 6.7 million American women suffer from infertility, 1% of whom struggle to get pregnant because of poor-quality eggs.
Mom-to-be says she’s “excited” to be expecting twin girls despite having second ovary removed seven years ago
Millions of babies have been born via in vitro fertilization (IVF), and researchers are just starting to document some of the lasting effects the process may have on early development.
Researchers at Stanford University say infertility may put some men at higher risk of developing brain, prostate and testicular tumors as well as melanoma and lymphoma.
Children born from in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments have shown a higher risk of developmental problems, but what is responsible for the heightened risk?
A study finds the first genetic links that predict timing of menopause
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is responsible for creating thousands of happy families, but the latest research highlights some of the potential long term risks of the procedure.
Japanese researchers have produced mouse eggs from stem cells that bred healthy offspring, a breakthrough that may one day help treat human infertility.
Businesses that dole out loans to infertile couples to help them pay for treatment are springing up around the country. But in some cases, fertility doctors are part owners
Women who drank five or more cups of coffee a day were about 50% less likely to get pregnant through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) than non-drinkers, according to a recent Danish study.
A personal-finance expert on what to expect financially when you want to be expecting
Last week, the Sher Fertility Institute selected three couples out of 45 who had submitted personal, emotionally wrenching videos in order to win a free IVF cycle. For one judge, choosing her favorites felt like “playing God”