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Did you know that vasectomies have benefits for both men & women? It is a reliable form of birth control that helps prevent unplanned pregnancy. Read more!
There are many different ways in which pregnancy affects sleep and they vary by the stage of pregnancy. Here are some tips that can help.
Thinking of becoming an egg donor? Make sure you understand all the ins and outs of egg donation so you don't make a decision you might regret later.
Sexual health, including erectile dysfunction, typically declines with age but there are ways to slow it down with a proactive strategy of sexual anti-aging.
Compared to females, the signs & symptoms of male infertility are less visible & therefore may not be the focus when a couple is unable to conceive through regular sexual intercourse. There are, however, some signs that may suggest that male infertility is the problem as fertility expert Pranay Shah MD explains.
Prenatal exposure to toxic chemicals is linked to preterm birth, birth defects, childhood cancer, obesity, diabetes, asthma, & lasting harm to the brain. SafetyNEST, a startup whose mission is to be the most trusted source for pregnant women & their healthcare providers, helps safeguard babies’ against everyday toxic chemicals.
Pornography acts like a drug in the brain and can become very powerful, particularly for some individuals in whom brain region activation is similar to craving and drug cue reactions for alcohol, cocaine, and nicotine.
The Trak Male Fertility Testing System helps men monitor key fertility parameters & correlate them to lifestyle factors known to impact sperm quality.
Researchers from UCSF have found an association between pubic hair grooming and sexually transmitted infections.
Even preschoolers need to know the difference between safe touch (nice touches of body areas not covered by a swimsuit) and bad touches.
It's best to understand your health insurance and other payment options before embarking on infertility treatment.
Can our hormones provide a biological explanation for infidelity?