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Rainwater is unsafe to drink amid the ‘Forever Chemicals’ atmosphere widespread across the globe

It’s unsafe to drink rainwater due to the ongoing presence of “forever chemicals,” according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology. PFAS are called “forever chemicals” because they can last for thousands of years. Various health conditions have been linked to PFAS contamination, including cancer, infertility, pregnancy complications, learning and behavior […]

One form of fertility treatment may raise long-term cancer risk in offspring

Prior studies have suggested that children born after frozen-thawed transfer may have higher short-term health risks, but long-term risks have been less clear. Children born as a result of a common fertility procedure involving frozen embryos may have higher risk of cancer, Swedish researchers report. In frozen-thawed embryo transfer, an embryo is created in a laboratory from […]

Why does a woman’s fertility start to diminish in her 30s well before Menopause?

It has been demonstrated that utilising drugs that fight fibrosis and support mitochondrial health, ovarian ageing in mice can be reversed. Australian researchers have shown that when mice age, they develop higher amounts of ovarian fibrosis, which is brought on by mitochondrial failure, inflammation, and excessive collagen buildup. Reduced fertility results from the modifications, stiffening […]

Why is human reproduction such a challenge?

A new study by a researcher at the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath contends that “selfish chromosomes” are to blame for the early demise of the majority of human embryos. The discovery that explains why human embryos frequently don’t survive while fish embryos do not has repercussions for the management of […]

A research found a connection between past infertility and an elevated risk of heart failure

Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) discovered that women who had a history of infertility had a 16 percent higher risk of heart failure compared to those who did not. The study was just published in the April 26 issue of Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Cardiac arrest, which affects over 6 million […]

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