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African birds offer insight into sperm decline
A study in an African bird species sheds light on age-related sperm (gamete) decline. The study offers insights into what is happening with men as they age.
New reversible contraceptive for men that 'rubs on like lotion'
An easy-to-use gel applied daily to the skin shows promise as a reversible contraceptive for men, researchers reported Tuesday at the Endocrine Society Annual Meeting in Houston.
Do long courses of antibiotics reduce male sperm count?
Some new research, using scorpions, has shown that long-term doses of common antibiotics lead to a loss in sperm viability and that this loss can be passed from father to son. The model could be applicable to many types of animals, including humans.
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