Newcastle Study Indicates Breakthrough in Male Fertility

People understandably balk at taking the deep dive required to better understand the effects of genetics on health, specifically fertility. Questions of ethics and standards arise, particularly when discussing subjects such as gene editing. Advances in understanding the role played by genetics in fertility continue to provide vital information to men and women seeking to conceive. Turning a blind eye and deaf ear to this information does not grant anyone positive benefits. Instead, doing so merely closes off opportunities for taking proactive measures to ensure the best possible health outcome for you and your family.

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Is There Such a Thing as ‘Safe’ Herbicide?

Avoiding chemicals and herbicides seems more than prudent advice, given recent headlines about potentially devastating health effects of such substances, even if in some cases humans aren’t directly exposed to them. The presence of toxins in the food chain and atmosphere make it virtually impossible to avoid all of them. The herbicide in question here is ATZ.

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Conception Perceptions: Myths vs. Facts

You’ve educated yourself on the best ways to stay emotionally and physically fit. Closely examined your diet and lifestyle choices to see whether there’s room for improvement or proactive measures (there almost always is). And you’ve monitored your potential and real exposure to toxins, pollutants, and chemicals to avoid their harmful effects on your fertility.

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The Pause that Concerns: Men and Life Changes

While humorous references abound concerning a male version of menopause, the truth is that men also experience hormonal and sexual function changes as they age. The proper name for this phase is andropause, and while comparisons continue to be made to menopause, there are some significant differences, particularly with regard to a man’s ability to conceive a child.

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