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Pesticide impairs male reproductive function

...can workers suggest that pesticide can impair male reproductive function. The human body metabolises DDT to DDE. An international team of researchers took blood samples from 24 men aged 16 to 28 who had not been exposed to DDT in their work. In these men the high DDE levels correlated to low levels of testostero...

Scientists plan human cloning clinic in the United States

An international group of reproductive scientists plan to launch a human cloning clinic, ...s not medically qualified but holds a doctorate in reproductive physiology and is an owner and director of two USD infertility clinics, the Kentucky Center for Repr...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

...an immediate health but protects during all of the reproductive life. ...

Male infertility in relation to pesticide

... exposed to the chemicals. Changes in the level of reproductive hormones in the blood were also seen. "Our resul...Human Reproduction. Environmental hazards to male reproductive function were first revealed 30 years ago, when the process of sperm formation was shown to be sever...

Painter's problem

...through the skin, can invade that part of the male reproductive system where the sperms are developed," lead resea...o minimize their exposure, not only because of the reproductive effects but also because of the known adverse effects on the nervous system....

Drink milk right now

...cidence, after adjustment for factors such as age, reproductive and hormonal factors, body mass index and alcohol consumption. However, childhood milk consumption only appeared to be protective against breast cancer among those women aged between 34 and 39, rather than those aged between 40 and 48// Women who d...

Contraceptives decreases Libido

...sitivity. "Biologically, odours probably influence reproductive processes in humans and perhaps the notion of concealed ovulation in humans needs rethinking. "Although our data have confirmd the existence of changes in olfactory sensitivity during oral contraceptive use with respect to non-using time, we need to...

A need for new stem cell lines

...see so-called therapeutic cloning -- which, unlike reproductive cloning, will never result in a birth -- outlawed. A proposed measure, would outlaw the act of therapeutically cloning a human embryo. It would also ban the importation of products derived from therapeutic cloning. Vogels said such a ban could mean ...

Early puberty more resistance

... Norway sought to investigate the impact a woman's reproductive variables, such as age when her periods start, age...he University of Tromso, said that women with more reproductive years are exposed to oestrogens for longer and this maintains bone strength.However, they added that...

Early menopause- The cause

...said the findings could lead to changes in women's reproductive habits. As women in developed countries delay mo...remature menopause, they may want to rethink their reproductive plans....

Relief to pregnant women using fertility drugs

...n cancer," says Grifo, director of the division of reproductive endocrinology at New York University Medical Center. It was this giant analysis of massive amounts of information that found that women who took fertility drugs appeared to be at no greater risk for ovarian cancer than other women who had significa...

Early menopause- The cause

...said the findings could lead to changes in women's reproductive habits. As women in developed countries delay mo...remature menopause, they may want to rethink their reproductive plans....

To get the better of

...gina lessens the chances of sperm surviving to the reproductive tract. Dr Cathy added: "The number of sperm in the cervical mucus is an important predictor of future fertility, then the findings outlined may have cardinal implications for infertile couples....

Toxins linked with pregnancy loss

...s within the environment have contributed to their reproductive difficulty. Questions posed by these couples to th... scientifically accurate information regarding the reproductive impact of potential environmental toxins and other teratogens is not readily available. Heavy meta...

Ethnic discrepancy in ovarian cancer

...es more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive organs. It is now obvious that ethnicity is an independent risk factor in prognosis. US researchers have studied the fate of 10,003 Caucasian women and 600 African American women with ovarian cancer. They find that the mean age at diagnosis was 62 y...

Elevated Ozone Levels Hurt Sperm Count

...essor of urology and chief of the division of male reproductive medicine and surgery at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston., the data is far too preliminary to make any far-reaching conclusions. He added that it's important to look at an environment with low ozone to see if there's no effect (on sperm)....

Osteoporosis could be caused by irregular periods

...is occurs when the ovaries stop producing eggs and reproductive hormones before natural menopause takes place. Most women in the study reported a history of amenorrhea. Amenorrhea occurs when a woman misses her menstrual period for three months or more. When asked, most women did not view a change in their mens...

Depressed women show signs of earlier onset of Perimenopause

... through menopause yet. Psychiatric interviews and reproductive histories and early follicular-phase blood specimens were taken at the beginning of the study, and every six months for the 36 months of follow up. The researchers determined the beginning of menopause, or perimenopause, by a follow up interview indi...

Safety of soy under suspicion

...ich suggest a chemical in soya can damage the male reproductive organs. Though there is no evidence to suggest it has a similar effect on humans, its effects on rats were so severe that// researchers believe that further tests are needed to ensure it is safe for pregnant women to eat. In the study conducted by t...

Hope for 11 million children facing death from illnesses

...lth of the mother, her nutritional status, and the reproductive health care she receives. Nutrition for healthy development better nutrition can break the vicious spiral of poor nutrition leading to ill-health and ill-health causing further deterioration of nutritional status often leading to death. Preventable c...

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