Author Archives: Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey
BBC: ‘Does your diet affect your fertility?’
A story on BBC.com asks and answers that question: “Amid all the myths and marketing, what is the actual evidence for using certain foods to enhance male and female fertility, and support the developing fetus? “For a start, when it … Continue reading
Celebrate Pride Month with RSCNJ
June is designated LGBTQIA+ Pride Month, but here at RSCNJ we are proud to serve the LGBTQIA+ community all year long. At RSCNJ, we offer family-building services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning individuals and couples who dream of … Continue reading
Fertility healthcare jobs at Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey
We are looking for caring professionals to join our team. As a cutting-edge fertility program, RSCNJ is committed to providing compassionate care to everyone who walks through our doors. Most importantly, we believe that everyone who dreams of becoming a … Continue reading
Do you need to see a fertility specialist?
When it comes to fertility struggles and the decision to seek professional help, it can be difficult for couples to determine if they are really facing infertility, or if they are experiencing a normal timeframe for achieving pregnancy. Infertility is … Continue reading
Check out our YouTube channel!
Did you know that RSCNJ has its own YouTube channel? You’ll find videos of patient stories, meet our providers, Fertility Talk information videos and more. We hope you will take a look.
Treatment brings a baby boy for happy patient
Vanessa, our patient, couldn’t be happier. “Love Dr. Martinez and the staff. He is very thorough and discusses your options on types of fertility treatment. He does not push you to make decisions you are not ready to make. After … Continue reading
Time-restricted fasting could cause fertility problems
A new study shows that time-restricted fasting affects reproduction differently in male and female zebrafish. Importantly, some of the negative effects on eggs and sperm quality can be seen after the fish returned to their normal levels of food consumption. … Continue reading
Scientists discover ‘extra’ chromosome linked to infertility
Most chromosomes have been around for millions of years. Now, researchers from the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, in Kansas City, MO, have revealed the dynamics of a new, very young chromosome in fruit flies that is similar to chromosomes … Continue reading
‘5 star’ review for RSCNJ
Our patient Teresa says, “Dr. Ziegler and his staff are wonderful. Dr. Ziegler is compassionate and has a great sense of humor. I have not started IVF yet, but I have been working with the clinic since December. I must … Continue reading
Antidepressants may help slow reproductive aging, study finds
In a new study, Northwestern University researchers exposed roundworms (a well-established model organism in biological research) to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), a class of drugs used for treating depression and anxiety. Surprisingly, this treatment improved the quality of aging … Continue reading