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    • 2018/05/16
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    Taurine deficiency in sperm causes male infertility

    Taurine deficiency in sperm causes male infertility

    Sperm are highly specialized cells adapted to achieve a single goal: fertilize an egg. Along the road to fertilization sperm must embark on a lengthy journey to the female oviduct, avoiding several fatal stresses that occur when they pass through different physiological environments.

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    • 2018/05/11
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    When Infertility Strikes the Family: Helping The System Cope

    When Infertility Strikes the Family: Helping The System Cope

    Although infertility is widely acknowledged as a crisis for individuals and couples, it is less recognized as a trauma that impacts their families. Yet, involuntary childlessness is an inter-generational crisis that has the ability to strain, even damage, family relationships over time by impairing communications and interactions. Invisible losses, such as miscarriages, failed medical treatments,

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    • 2018/05/08
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    Foods to eat and skip to increase chances for pregnancy

    Foods to eat and skip to increase chances for pregnancy

    From in-vitro fertilization to miscarriages to infertility, trying to get pregnant can be a painful process for many women — and their partners, too. New research is shedding light on the role that food plays in fertility, and how it can affect not just your waistline but your chances of getting pregnant too. A Harvard University

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    • 2018/05/04
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    Scientists grow synthetic mouse embryos from stem cells

    Scientists grow synthetic mouse embryos from stem cells

    Whether naturally or through IVF, conception usually requires an egg and a sperm to get things started. But now, researchers from the Netherlands have managed to skip that step and grow model mouse embryos by combining stem cells instead.

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    • 2018/05/03
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    Preconception zinc deficiency could spell bad news for fertility

    Preconception zinc deficiency could spell bad news for fertility

    An estimated 10 percent of couples in the U.S. struggle with infertility. While a variety of factors can make it difficult for some people to get pregnant, ovulation disorders are a leading cause of female infertility. Now, researchers at Pennsylvania State University have found

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