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Prenatal exposure to plasticizer may harm future male fertility

Scientists have noted a substantial drop in male fertility in recent decades. A new study in mice suggests a possible cause. Chemicals found in a variety of routinely used consumer products may be contributing to the drop in sperm counts … Continue reading

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New podcast examines male infertility

The male role in fertility by itself affects up to 40 percent of couples. The most important goal in male infertility is to establish the correct diagnosis. At the Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey, we usually work with each … Continue reading

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Stem cells may restore male fertility

Infertility, which affects as many as 4.7 million men in the United States, is a key complication of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy. New research out of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has found rare stem … Continue reading

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How lifestyle affects male fertility

It has long been known that poor lifestyle habits such as smoking and high-fat diets have a negative effect on fertility. A new study out of Australia may have found why this is so in men. Scientists found that such … Continue reading

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Testosterone therapy may lower fertility

Ads for supplements that supposedly treat “low T”—the new marketing term for low testosterone—flood TV and radio channels these days. They claim to help increase energy and sex drive. But they also have potential side effects, including actually lowering male … Continue reading

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