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Exercise may boost sperm quality

Men who exercise regularly appear to have higher quality semen compared with men who don’t exercise regularly, according to new research led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers and colleagues. The study examined data collected…

Contraceptive use varies across sexual orientation groups

A study that looked at contraceptive use across different sexual orientation groups in the U.S. found that lesbian women were less likely than heterosexual women to have ever used any method of contraception. The study also found that…

Healthy eating can boost fertility

Choosing healthy fats, vegetable proteins, and whole grains are all diet strategies that could help boost fertility, according to nutrition experts at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. These tips and others were listed in a March…

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

Pesticide levels in the U.S. food supply are generally in compliance with federal standards, according to a recent report from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. But scientific experts say that even though most foods tested contain only…

Can eating organic foods cut cancer risk?

A new study indicates that adults who most frequently consumed organic fruits, vegetables, dairy products, meat and other foods had 25% fewer cancers when compared with adults who never ate organic food. But Harvard T.H. Chan School of…

Concerns rise as sperm counts drop

Some scientists are sounding the alarm bell on male fertility issues and warning that there have been steep drops in sperm counts among Western men in recent decades. A September 17, 2018 Vox article assessed evidence from several…