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America's love affair with bacon is pretty significant and most people agree this salty, fatty, addictive meat and anything wrapped in it can do no wrong. However, a new piece of evidence suggests the pork product, as well as other salty processed meats, may actually harm fertility.
Syracuse University 'Current Biology' article marks culmination of 6 years of research Female promiscuity—something that occurs in a majority of species, including humans—results in the ejaculates from two or more males overlapping within her reproductive tract. When this happens, sperm compete for fertilization of the female's eggs. In addition, the female has the opportunity to bias fertilization of her eggs in favor of one male's sperm over others. These processes,...
Exploring the Latest Advancements in Cryogenics Spokane, WA (PRWEB) July 17, 2013 NW Cryobank announced today that they will be featured in an upcoming
Studies over the past 20 years have suggested (though not unequivocally confirmed) that semen quality is in decline, reflected most evidently in falling sperm counts and reduced sperm motility.
Fertility Centers of Illinois sets the record straight on male infertility. Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 11, 2013 In honor of Men’s Health Month this June,
Females play a larger role in determining paternity than previously thought.
University of Montreal researchers found that changes in gravity affect the reproductive process in plants.
Bel Marra Health, who offers high-quality, specially formulated vitamins and nutritional supplements, is reporting on a new study that outlines how reproductive male health is on the sharp decline
A new report suggests that the concentration of one human cytokine, interleukin 7 (IL-7), in the semen of HIV-1-infected men may be a key determinant of the efficiency of HIV-1 transmission to an uninfected female partner.
The male prostate gland acts as an exocrine gland in the male reproductive system. It is a firm, partly muscular, chestnut sized gland near the neck of the urethra in males. Formation and Orientation The prostate is usually formed within the ninth week of the embryonic stage in reproductive development. The prostate can be separated into either “lobes” or “zones”. When looking at a prostate divided into zones, there are four distinct regions. The first zone is the Peripheral...
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