Male infertility could be linked to noise exposures at night.
A new mathematical formula can reportedly explain how sperm swims.
The United Kingdom parliament has approved the controversial procedure called "three-parent" in vitro fertilization.
Researchers in China have discovered how to use mouse stem cells to grow mouse sperm in laboratory settings. The new findings are published in the journal Cell Stem Cell.
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have found that additional sperm analysis in couples who are trying to conceive may help increase the chances of a successful pregnancy, according to a recent study.
Women under 50 who smoke or who are exposed to secondhand smoke are at an increased risk of early menopause and infertility, according to a recent study.
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals may actually be impacting fertility in industrialized countries.
What your dad ate can actually impact your health. Scientists have found that your parent's lifestyle before you were born may influence your health.
An overweight or obese man's sperm can affect the function of important genes that could be passed on to his future children, according to a recent study.
Why is the sperm of rodents so much longer than the sperm of large mammals, like primates? That's a question that researchers have long struggled with. Now, they may have the answers.
Scientists have uncovered the oldest sperm to ever be found--by accident.
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics examined certain epigenetic tags from the DNA of 44 fathers' sperm, supporting increasing evidence of physiological trait variations that were connected by genes that could essentially be switched on and off on a cellular level.