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Eating walnuts daily can give sperm an extra boost

A couple of handfuls of walnuts a day can make a man’s sperm stronger, faster and prettier, researchers said on Thursday -- and it’s possible the nuts could provide a natural solution for some men with fertility problems.


Scientists Propose Menopause-Predicting Test

Scientists Propose Menopause-Predicting Test

Doctors could one day use a blood test to predict decades in advance when women will go into menopause, scientists say. In research to be presented on Monday at a European fertility conference in Rome, Iranian experts say their preliminary study could be a first step toward developing a tool to help women decide when they want to have children.


Victoria Beckham Gains Weight To Get Pregnant

Victoria Beckham Gains Weight To Get Pregnant

Victoria Beckham is reportedly packing on the pounds so she can have another baby with husband David Beckham. Apparently, Victoria's doctor told her she would have to gain weight in order to boost her fertility. We guess thin is not "in" when you are looking to have a family.


Kids who survive cancer less likely to wed later

Once, Anne Willis mentioned to the man she was dating that she didn't know about her fertility, since she had undergone cancer treatment as a teenager.


'Octomom' doctor expelled from fertility group

The "octomom"'s doctor has been expelled from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the main infertility professional ...


Cloning Humans Is Possible, Says Fertility Doctor

A controversial fertility doctor claimed yesterday to have cloned 14 human embryos and transferred 11 of them into the wombs of four women who had been prepared to give birth to cloned babies.

The cloning was recorded by an independent documentary film-maker who has testified to The Independent that the cloning had taken place and that the women were genuinely hoping to become pregnant with the first cloned embryos specifically created for the purposes of human reproduction.


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