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Fertility on Ice: What to Consider When Thinking About Egg Freezing

Madison, Wisconsin – Recent news stories have reported that tech giants like Facebook and Apple offer, or soon will begin offering, female ...

Women's fertility linked to detox element in diet

University of Adelaide research has for the first time shown how much of a critical role the natural antioxidant selenium plays at ...

How Adult Fly Testes Keep From Changing Into Ovaries

New research in flies shows how cells in adult reproductive organs maintain their sexual identity. The study, published online on Nov. 13 in Developmental Cell, also identified a mutation that can switch the cells’ sexual identity. The findings could lead to new insights on how to alter cells for therapeutic purposes. ... Full story

Conference to address female genital mutilation

MMU helps build alliance to expose practice ... Full story

Hot flushes are going unrecognised leaving women vulnerable

Hot flushes are one of the most distressing conditions faced by women who have been treated for breast cancer, but they are not being adequately addressed by healthcare professionals and some women consider giving up their post cancer medication to try and stop them, a new study has shown. ... Full story

Identifying the Biological Clock that Governs Female Fertility

Researchers at the University of Gothenburg have identified the biological clock that governs female fertility. The discovery represents a major contribution to research aimed at finding medical approaches to treating infertility in women. ... Full story

Women, work and menopause

Findings from the 'Women, work and the menopause' study, involving researchers from La Trobe, Monash and Yale Universities, offer a unique insight into the physical and emotional life stresses and opportunities facing many women in this growing workforce demographic. ... Full story

Mum’s hormones could make female magpie chicks more adventurous

Female magpies have been shown to be more adventurous than their male siblings, according to new research. ... Full story

No 'harm' to offspring of new reproductive technologies

Children are not harmed by being brought into existence even if they suffer severe genetic disease - according to a new report from the University of East Anglia. ... Full story

Calcium and reproduction go together

Stanford, CA—Everyone’s heard of the birds and the bees. But that old expression leaves out the flowers that are being fertilized. ... Full story

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