Ever wonder how outer space affects the health of human sperm? Well, a team of researchers in Barcelona did—so they decided to expose sperm from 10 healthy donors to different conditions of microgravity . . .
Researchers Find Processed Foods Could Be Linked to Autism Spectrum Disorder
Diet is extremely important during pregnancy because what you put into your body is, by extension, being put into your baby’s body as well. But, sometimes, it can be difficult to determine what, exactly, is in the food that you are eating, especially due to the many chemicals present in modern-day food . . .
This Ongoing Study is Freezing Testicular Tissue in the Hopes of Generating Sperm in the Future
Certain medical treatments, cancers, and other health disorders can result in a boy or young man becoming infertile. While banking sperm is an option for post-pubescent patients, for boys who have yet to go through puberty and young men who are too sick to produce a sperm sample, there is little hope of preserving fertility for later use . . .
Recent Study Links Viral Infections in Pregnant Women to Abnormalities in Offspring
Pregnancy can be overwhelming, but expecting mothers should take care not to neglect their health—for their own sake, as well as that of their baby. New research suggests that viral infections during pregnancy could result in brain changes in the child, leading to abnormal behavior in offspring . . .
Study Shows Interesting Trend in Married, Educated American Women
Spring is a beautiful time of the year—flowers are blooming, the weather is getting warmer, the leaves are growing back on trees. And, according to a recent study, a significant number of married US women would prefer to give birth in the spring . . .