Latest Semen quality Stories
Obesity in younger men may lead to lower sperm count, a new study reported in the journal Fertility and Sterility suggests.
In one of the first human studies of its kind, researchers have found that urinary concentrations of the controversial chemical Bisphenol A, or BPA, may be related to decreased sperm quality and sperm concentration.
Inbred male sperm have been found to fertilize fewer eggs when in competition with non-inbred males according to a new study by the University of East Anglia.
Attractive males release fewer sperm per mating to maximize their chances of producing offspring across a range of females, according to a new paper on the evolution of ejaculation strategies.
Daily sex -- or ejaculating daily -- for seven days improves men's sperm quality by reducing the amount of DNA damage, an Australian researcher found. Dr.
Having sex on a daily basis improves sperm quality in men, which can enhance their chances of conceiving a child, researchers reported on Tuesday.
Men who spend more time riding a bicycle are increasing their chances of damaging their sperm, according to new research.
Men who aspire to fatherhood may need to start changing how they use laptops, a U.S. reproductive specialist warns. Dr.
New research from Spain shows that men who eat healthier diets might also have healthier sperm.
Semen quality depends on quantity of anti-oxidants from fruit and vegetables, researchers in Spain said. Our previous research study, published in March, showed that men who eat large amounts of meat and full fat dairy products have lower seminal quality than those who eat more fruit, vegetables and reduced fat dairy products, lead author Jaime Mendiola of the University of Murcia said in a statement.