In the Media

Pesticides in produce linked with reduced fertility in women

Trying to get pregnant? Eat some fish

Cesarean delivery may lead to increased risk of obesity among offspring

Mothers who follow five healthy habits may reduce risk of obesity in children

Can eating organic foods cut cancer risk?

Are foods in compliance with U.S. standards truly safe?

Boxers or briefs? Loose-fitting underwear may benefit sperm production

Concerns rise as sperm counts drop

Soy-rich diet may offset BPA’s effects on fertility

The four-decade-old Nurses’ Health Study sets its sights on breast cancer

Western diet may increase risk of death after prostate cancer diagnosis

Eating fruits and vegetables with high pesticide residues linked with poor semen quality

TV viewing, exercise habits may significantly affect sperm count

Less processed meat, more fish and exercise may boost sperm count, quality

Excess weight may affect sperm production, reduce fertility in men

Too much dairy, carbs might harm men’s sperm

Fat, Carbs and the Science of Conception — coverage from Newsweek, December 3, 2007, featuring HSPH’s Jorge Chavarro and Walter Willett

Diet, Lifestyle Changes Cut Some Infertility Risk — coverage from U.S. News and World Report, November 2, 2007, featuring HSPH’s Jorge Chavarro