For starters, could one man really father more than 500 children?
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.
Men can keep making babies deep into their dotage. And that, says medical science, can be a bad thing.
Even healthy men could improve their sperm quality by spending less time in front of the tube.
Japanese researchers have produced mouse eggs from stem cells that bred healthy offspring, a breakthrough that may one day help treat human infertility.
Doctors often recommend lifestyle changes for men facing infertility: avoid cigarettes, cut back on drinking, lose weight. That’s great advice for an overall healthy life, but a new study suggests it won’t necessarily help men …
Gentlemen, you may want to hold the bacon. A new study suggests that eating a high-fat diet may be associated with lower sperm quality.
Why should women bear the brunt of infertility testing? A new at-home sperm-analysis test allows men to assess their babymaking abilities.
When IVF creates excess embryos, women are faced with a choice: store them indefinitely, donate them to others or offer them to research.
On the whole, I’m assuming that studies in the academic journal Fertility and Sterility — which include chart-toppers like “Are varicoceles associated with increased deoxyribonucleic acid fragmentation?” — don’t receive a …
It’s not every day that you see a really large sperm on a really large bike. But starting next week, it’s going to become commonplace — at least in Seattle.
Redheaded men are probably feeling a little hurt this week in light of news that one of the world’s largest sperm banks is up-to-here and has stopped accepting their gametes.
A mutation in a gene for a sperm-related protein found in 20% of men may be responsible for a significant proportion of unexplained male infertility, according to a new study.